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 ��������������������������� *  \  !'V!*Vpf  -<^   ���������/  LP-tov  iaci*lLibt  Ary  aPl 2J  /***  V      ^  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920  No. 14  Will Irrigate 210  Acres at Erickson  Labor supply and weather permitting, and unfoi-seen contingencies not  having to be coped with, at least 160  acres of-improved ranch property in  thp Erickspn section will be operating  under irrigation by midsummer or  thereabouts.  The local irrigation project has been  developing since last season and is  known as the Erickson Water Ufers'  Community. Those making up the  association are the well-known ranches of R. J. Long, Elvin and Geo, Cartwright, Frank and Roy Staples, Major  Mallandaine, Fraser & Son, F; Putnam, M. R, Palmer, Palmer brothers,  W. W. Hall and H. A. McKowrn.  In these properties is included an  area aggregating about 210 acres, of  which 160 are under cultivation; 100  acres taken up to orchard and the re-  mainin"' 60 acres readily -available for  small fruit production if desired.  The supply will be had from Sullivan  Creek, with the water diverted at a  point about half a mile due east of  Goat River Canyon. Orders were  placed some time ago for the wooden  pipe which will be used and this provides for an 8 inch,main just oyer 8000  feet. The Goat River will be crossed  at the canyon where a flume will be  erected, the surveyor recommending  that at this point the pipe line -be en-  8 In connection with this project .a  gratifying feature to the yenture is  that the Water User's Community  were successful in getting the regulation financial assistance from the provincial government. For some time  back irrigation has been talced of for  the "Valley and now that the lands department has become a loaning partner in the initial preject its seemingly  assured success "will make it much  easier to procure government assistance for future projects of the sort.  Wynntfei  (Too late for last week.)  The Wynndel baseball team, after  but a week's practice, played a game  with Creston on Sunday but were  beaten. The defeat, however, has  not discouraged them anil they are  going back this Sunday for another  try at their luck.  Quite a crowd from here were_at  Creston on Monday night to see 'lhe  Barrier, and all report it "bhe finest  picture yet seen at the Peekin.  Messrs. Moon and Dewar spent the  week-end holiday on a fishing trip to  Summit Creek, but report the fishing  very poor over there, ihe totai catch  was nine medium-size trout���������six of  which were consumed while on the  trip.  J.  Wildes  Valley Celebrates  Friday, June 25  A big day of sports, which was  a feature before the war is again  to become an annual event in the  doings oE the Valley. This was  decided at a well-attended citizens'  meeting on Monday night, which  was presided over by S. A. Speers,  with C. F. Hayes as secretary.  The affair was turned over to a  of  consisting  -Alien, 10. vr. rOi^man, s\. o. Jbevan,  C.  w.  it there will be dances in both the  Peekin and Mercantile Hall  The event will be purely a Creston Valley function and the intention is to arrange a programme  that will attract visitoi-s and contestants from every part of the  district.  TIERS TO THE EDITOR  T.  \Jl7-~  cased in a wooden bos of a little better [ been  than three feet, filled with dry sawdust. From the point of intake about  3500 feet will be traversed -before  water Is landed at the property of  Major Mallandaine, and a matter of.  4000 feet wiih be laid to pipe before the  water will be placed on the F. V.  Staples ranch which will be the first  user of any consequence on the system  at present,  and  family,  who   have  living   at   Cranbrook   the   last  ���������fcnree years, returned to  Duck Creek  on Monday.  Crawford spent" Wednesday in  .. j -LT.d.cl putting in new telephones  and investigating old ones. Butterfield and Dewar stores now have  phones, and an instrument has also  be* n placed in H. Rosen dale's residence.  committee  a ii _���������    eci   r-r  txsiasi, ���������"**>. vr  C. B. Garland, Geo. Johnson, B;  Mallandaine, aad R. B. Staples,  with the latter as a permanent  chairman.  A canvass for funds for a king's  birthday celebration had been  made with ���������splendid success, and it  was decided to'-continue the effort  and the money be used for the  Citizens' Day celebration.  Friday, June 25, has been set for  the 1920 big day, and the commitee  is meeting to-night to draw up a  programme of events, which will  include a big list of races and contests for the children as well as the  adults, a line of Indian sports,  baseball and football matches, besides several novelty features.  The plan is to have something  moving contincusly from at least  2 to 5 p.m., while in the evening  Manager Rodgers will put on a  special show of pictures at the  Peekin, and if the crowd warrants  Figures as to the cost of installing  the system vary, but so far as we can  learn it is not expected the cost will  be much higher than $125 an acre.  The work, we understand, will be  done by day labor with a ditching  machine.   A covet- of two feet is being  n**"*D"*"!2'*C"3,,.,   ������' --%.- c3n$<?:$*s-i.v&v-4\Ptl'ir.-iyivjA.  over whlc% ^tie pipe lih^ in  dicates that the excavating will not be  costly insofar as rock  work goes, as  there is less than a 200 foot stretch  where stone is likely to be troublesome in connection with construction.  Engineer   McCullough   of   Nelson,  who has made an exhaustive report  on the whole project, states that there  will be ample water for irrigating the  whole area even in the dry.est of seasons, while  in  the   average   year   of  rainfall   there   will  be wet goods in  abundance, all of which is most satisfactory in that provision can be made  for allowing other property owners in  that   section   to   take   advantage   of  irrigation should they desire to do ao.  While  there are those  doubtful of  the wisdom of any such investment in  irrigation  in  the Valley, and   others  who would seem to be over enthusiastic in the matter of increased production  in   consequence of an  abundant  water supply, those who have followed irrigation effort are convinced that  the venture will readily*pay for itself  in a section like Erickson.     The availability of the moisture will most certainly   make   Ericksrn   a   factor   in  strawberry production if the ranchers  wish to get back into this small fruit  ���������and not only in quantity but also in  the   quality of  tbe fruit.    The  raspberry output should also show un increase and with an even more decided  improvement   in   quality.     While* it  may not be generally conceded locally,  yet wo are informed it is none the less  a fact that in tho normal season the  Valley   raspberry   runs   considerably  more heavily to seeds than is the case  witVi the irrigated fruit of this class.  And tho same thing will apply to the  blackberry.  In tree fruits the authorities are  quite agreed that this regular supply  of water will giye us plums that will  invariably size up ho that they can be  packed, something that seldom happens at present, while there would  seem little room for doubt that tho  well regulated water supply will help  e!onsid({i|iibly in giving size to tho  cherries. As to apples opinion is  pretty general Unit the properly irrigated trees will product' a more uniformly sized fruit of better keeping  'quality than apples Irom trees that  ure subject to dry periodh followed by  wet spells which product*; an unhealthy  growth thaL delay normal-period  maturity.  While it would seem that every  vegetable crop should benelit by the  steady   moisture  supply, irrigation   is  I'XpceU'-l   l,e>   pie'Ve  i-pocially   lielielte'lal  to tomato culture-, iu that it will eliminate point rot which alwavs manifest  itself iu thy season**, an well as expediting ripening which is frequently held  up in dry weather pending the arrival  eif rain   tn iunii-.Miriile  maturity.    The  I'l.l.el   I.llM ll  ]l...-.   .llll-,itly elllmrli-t I , |'|-  ed that the- right,'mpply of water will  increase the average cabbage' a inattcr  .if fr.mi !Iv.' tei th-lil iioutul:-. ni>ie.*e.  ;mel assuredly caulillower --.hoiild Itcnc-  llt.   in   a   like'   proportion.    Thi*   water  limy ill'-ei ine!eie*i' il cultivation eil  i*e'le*i'V, anel  certainly  should    help  out  W. J. E. Biker, the^water rights engineer, Nelson, spent "a few days here  lufet week on a business trip.  Butterfield & Son are having further  improvements made to their store to  provide for. the new ice cream parlor,  which willi certainly be the best one \Z  -ev&'i^il fteveT' '   " '"������������������'".     .**.. '"*;.'' '  Gmrd &f Thanks  Miss M. Hat-tnell of Balfour spent  the weed-end here, the guest of Mrs.  E. Butterfield,  Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brook and E. S.  Butterfield were Balfour visitors a  couple of days the early part of the  week, returning on Tuesday.  Ersokson  *\ Me. and Mrs T. M- Edmondson  would take thi"? .njieans of expressing tsreir cic-ojj ^���������preciatioii lof the  sympathy and many kindnesses  shown them in their recent bereaye*-  ment.  Telephone Users, Attention  Editor, Review:  Sib,���������Noticing an article in your  issue of May 28th on the telephone  trouble, I was startled by the reumrks  of O, J. Wigen. Does this gentleman  not know that the telephone or lines  are not immune from trouble, especially in a bush country. If they are  why do companies keep permanent  linemen ?  I would not say there is not cause  for complaint, but why not direct it to  the proper quarter and not make me  the goat. In reference to myself I  may say that I am employed as casual  labor, oy the uour auu not by the day,  week or month, and do as I am told,  not as I would, and I challenge you,  sir, to test my ability either in theory  or practice; a trade csm only be learned by the two combined, and not by  reading. If I am not competent to  hold the position of temporary lineman the management haye their remedy; this is not for you to decide.  I would not like to s-nggest that Mr.  vv igen wrote without sense or reason  by hearing so prolonged, sloven, selfish  and haughty indifference on his phone  from myself, therefore I take exception  to his statement, which is a fabrication.  I would say that Mr. Wigen (since  he does not know me) should judge by  his own personal experience and not  go by mere heresay.  While I am not defending the management, a more efficient seryice could  be maintained by the hearty co-operation of the public with the company  especially .iia>--the "^w*g^fc-'-p4^-y':.lfeie-!^  and not take down the receivers to  other subscribers' calls as this tends to  poor service.  In conclusion I might say that I  have held positions superior to a lineman's duties without complaint, and  coultl do so again should the occasion  ai-ise, J. "\ aness.  Tomato planting will be in full  swing this week. Monday witnessed  the passing of the full moon���������the unfailing sign that frost danger is past.  Some of those Who set plants out  early are repented to haye lost most  them.  Henry Hamilton was*** a Kitchener  visitor between the trains on Saturday.  Photographer Montgomery of Creston was in this section early in the  week, taking orchard views for board  of trade use in the next pamphlet they  issue.  Another omcial visitor this week  was horticulturist Twigg, who was  looking over some of the. orchards  that are threatened with trouble due  to the appearance of the bud moth.  Jos. Stinson has successfully demolished the residence tm the It. B.  Staples ranch, and is removing the  material to Mr. Stinson recently acquired ranch  near Get). Lead beater's,  Messrs. Handley and Kelsey are the  first citizens to try the 1020 fishing,  bnt after a couple of Sunday attempts  have given it up for the present.  Pain ti up operations are noted in the  Erickson district this year. At present the residence on the Downs'ranch  is being repainted, while at the Lewis  ranch H. Brownrigg has dolled up the  barn and packing shed in a C.P.ll.  section house shade tif rot..  Every detail in connection with the  Water Users Community has now  b.-en signed, sealed and delivered and  construction work will cnmmcncc  r'ghl. away. It will be by day labor,  with a ditching machine being used  on excavating the pipe line.  Subscribers are asked not  to allow non-subscribers to use  their phone. This applies to  stores, etc., as well as residences.  CRESTON LIGHT, POWER  & TELEPHONE Co., Ltd.  Th.  cmviu-tvt*  Sepiail      slielllld      |^������elr  ��������� .'���������    ���������_���������       I.liliilj;        l.jr     [  ,,i    IJ      ii | I I I | ', I ���������(    III. J.  wedding Ih on the tapis for the end of  this or very early next week.  MiHH Palmer, teacher at the Erickson school, spent ji couple of days  with Spokane friends last week,  I*i iekson school report for May ac-  I'liunlii fo' -an average attendance of '!',)  an<l an   enrolment- of 32, with the foi-  ('I*.', in."    Ill-ll' ���������!>.������    .1    > ... > ��������� T. ���������. ��������� I     ll I I flllllllle'e  ���������  .lean Craigie, Lloyd  Carl weight, Celia  M'ludtcv,     .lames     Tlaiiillcv,      Anbrev  The Day We Gelebrate  ���������*.  CITIZENS'DAY  %-f EntaErtaEiJlBn 11 "I a  at  Peekin Shows  on  Friday, June  Races and Contests for the  Children and Adults  Indian Features  Football Match  Baseball Tournament  Anything and Everything to make  up   tlio. BitfgeHt,   "Day's   Sport  and   the   most   Enjoyable  Outing;   of  the  Year.  Gertie Jones, known to the craft as  "The Chatterbox," had got herself  hired in the home of Mrs. Harper just  to lift a diamond necklace, valued at  $40,000. Strange, very strange, that  Mrs. Harper should suddenly change  her mind about wearing the necklace  to a diince, and return to place it iu  the safe.  Then she tried to open the safe by  listening to the clicking of the tumbles  in the lock.  But Gertie vvjvs too fumbled fingered  and the safe remained safe. Seeing  her technique wjis woeful she telephoned the police telling them of her  interupting burglar at work.  Just as she has hung up the receiver; Jimmy Hartigjin steps jauntily  through the window.  If you would see what happened  after Gertie Jones was frustiated in  her first safe cracking attempt, had  called the police, and saw Jimmy  Hartigan about to be in their clutches,  you must see Priscilla Dean jis Gertie  Jones in "Pretty Smooth," to be  ���������shown at the Peekin Saturday night.  "Pretty Smooth" i.s conceded to he  tho greatest crook play Universal has  filmed.  Dances and Moving  Shown at Nitrht  JPidUi'i  1 ,yle- Kemp, Molly J  We,:.i!t  *.::  *l*i**Ui.h  ���������!-.  Ki'i'ip, Joan K eii-.p,  Kemp, I tenia Penson, Richard lVnuon,  ."*.'. i   .\..ll   Pe liinrj,,  Ji^l-ji.e. ,'il iiceili.  Full partii'iiliu-M next week.  In Western Blond which comes to  the Peekin on Wednesday, Tex Wilson, (Tom Mix) ranch owner of the  true American type, has con ti acted to  g.ifher horses for the government.  His place is in New Mexico. He is on  his way to Los Angeles with a shipment nnd when neiir the city he leaves  the train, mounts his he use' and gallops ahead. On the .outskirts of the  eily be see's a horse riminii,**** away  with a girl. He races to her side ami  lifts her from her saddle onto the  back of his own hoi so. The' girl  annoyed because, uh she tells him, sht  believed she could have man it,-red tlie  hoist' herself if he had not bothered  her.  She soon calms down and .shows a  liking for Te'V. She' jh Roberta, (lie  <l ii I iclll e>i*    eif   <\il. Mfe'vete-    wtl'i   i"   in  chiirge of tbe U.S. remount station in  Los Angeles. The' girl invite-;-. Tom lei  a party. Ah noon as lu* arrives he  duels he is the only man not. in full  tlroHH. An admirer of Roberta <le-  clarc*' he did't know the party wa.-. lei  be a "coi-tirum.: a������"f������i.u*". Tex ^.-V.. th-!..  man outside mul toires tin- man tei  ���������'hiiugr clothe:*, wil h him.  Later Tex is giving a  party on the  V'M*l*h III'    -.trt-itV;    'ill    iill"     r-r .M* l>r .<������������������        >>>  full-dress suits despite their protests,  hhu-i'niei-i of the* ve *ve*i imu>iil liiiel lhe-  r.uie'h, captor;- Roberta ,*uii! ..eiiy hr t  across the border, Tex fe.||nws .md  1 c.*)i:ile-*. her.  Creston Valley  Allotted $53,500  The first reliable information as to  the activities of the public works department at this end of the Kaslo constituency was given out the latter  pjirt of the week when the Creston  Valley wjis fayored with the regular  visit of inspection by Hon. John Keen,  M.P.P. for Kaslo riding. Mr. Keen's  call was a busy one, spending most of  his time on motor trips to the several  points where works are under w-ay,  and to the points where new work is  to be undertaken,  If the work on the Goat River  Crossing road diversion, which has  just been nicely completed, is including as part of tne 1920-1921 appropriation the statement given the Review  provides for an expenditure of yarious  sorts of $60,500, and were the above-  mentioned work eliminated from the  calcuala.tion the current yesir estimates provide for an outlay in the territory from Kuskanook to Goatfell of  over $53,000.  The largest single item . is one of  $21,000- some of which will be spent on  roads and works improvements at  Leister, with the more considerable  part being used on permanent road  building, for which the complete  operating outfit came to hand on  Saturday. Mr. Keen stated that the  decision as to just where the good  roads operations would be undertaken  was entirely in the hands of Engineer  Ramsay, .whose instructions were to  spend the money on the most used  stretch of highway in the "Valley.  Seeing that Lister had been grouped  in the appropriation Mr. Keen felt cei-  tain the money is to be spent on highway construction that will facilitate getting in and out of Lister.  $15,000 has been set aside to take  of the construction of the new road  from Sirdar to Kuskanook, for which  tenders will be called for this month.  The federal government is asking for  bids for erection of a floating wharf  at Kuskanook, and the intention is to  have theprovinci.il road completed as  soon as the wharf is available.  ~:'':*$1G,(^"^^ the  new ferry on the. 'Kootenay River.  The' depsirtment's plan in this case is  to bring the ferry now in operation at  Nelson to this point, and put in a  brand new one ;it Nelson. The scow  that is being brought here is at least  50 per cent, bigger than the one now  in use, and is power operated. With  its installation and the rebuilding of  the approaches on either side it is confidently expected all ferry troubles  will be at an end before the snow flies  this year. The matter of location will  be thoroughly inyestigated and the  new ferry put in at the most advantageous site.  $7500 has been allocated for geueral  repairs to roads jind bridges, roads  being favored to the extent of $4000.  with $3500 for bridges. In bridges, of  course, is not included anything for  the high leyel bridge which'is nearing  completion. It wjis provided for in  last year's vote, though due to the  flood crippling operations and other  minor troubles it is likely the cost of  the new bridge will be" higher than  originally estimated.  Some figures that will prove interesting and which at the same time go  to show how effetually Mr. Keen looks  after his constituent's interests in  this regjird are indicated in the appropriations t>f the past three years,  which are as follows: Vote for 1018-  1011) was $7012. Por 1010 1020 the increase was to $35,58-1, while for 1020-  1021 the net vote is $53,500, Mr. Keen,  too, assured that for next year he is  confident of maintaining the excellent  yearly inei eased appropriations that,  have been iu evidence in the past.  He left here on Thursday to make  the trip into the extensive territory  included in his riding north of4������he  town of Kaslo. but will revisit Crestoii  Valley from time to time this season  to keep in touch with the expenditure  of this year's appropriation for these  parts.  IWirst. Evans" Funeral  j The high esteem in which the late  i Mrs, Samuel T. Kv-aiis (nee Laura  is j Kdmotielsnn) was held was fittingly  attested iit the funeral on Thursday of  last, week, which teiolc place from *i he  Methodist Church shortly after tlie  arrival of the easibonnel train, which  brought the remains fieim Rcvelsleilu-.  Rev. ... P. We..-tmaii of *\YI <ui had  ,.I,.,,..���������,,   ,,f ������*���������*,,,. i,,. ,   .   ,,| ������ ii ....    ,i,.i:,.,.,.*,,.,  a short lint impressive .uldress fnim  lln* li'M. "Hi'i* -miii has gone down  while yet it is morn." Intel incut was  <it ''reston ceinetrv aud there wns a  large turnout both at the ch-icch nnd  huryii-K ^lenine! t<> pjiv their respects.  The cesfJhi v.'.-u; heaped with Moral U i-  hutes treiin I'ettlt Creston and Revel-  .**.(<������k'* liii-inl> fii'iii Ila* leille-i' place  I'lMiiini* wre-ath*- fn-m the- L. {>, L. anel  lln       ' .' , ,. .������       I.' ... I .1 ���������< '      I I I ���������     .  Sindav school, iu which  dcccata-el was  ���������* te.*te->:.-v. Th" -. i'M*** ���������������������������-���������>��������� * u'**'. *��������� .1 "*:*  .-.lull*-**,   i  i I < >    j j** j'ii-\ ,    \ it',   .u(i\L'*tr ,  i .uttiiiv Miaxueli,  Mtsmi/tsit0^mi^mttmifH^44i44ii^* ���������m*-"****"!*)���������y*f**5������-r**t<* t*t������WrtWM^*WJJ^*|W*(*MiW J* fr-W ������ i^titm ���������tt'H*. -m  ' '      lU'-*'-------****--!^ "**"- Xxm-IAX..!. TR I" ]."> j.���������"*-;'���������--���������  r>.  c.  ������WMiinmr������i,ir ,."**1  jAll    farmers    who    havc    succeeded  j where others have failed have a pat-  [ riotic duty  to perform    in    assisting  ! these conferences fry every means at  their disposal in finding a solution of  onc of thc greatest problems confronting the West.  Although it is yet early to hazard  a guess as to the extent of thc acreage to be seeded to wheat in Western  Canada this year, it is probably quite  safe to assume that the preliminary  government estimates of a considerable decrease in acreage arc correst.  The-late season has prevented much  spring plowing, which will result in  a decreased wheat acreage, but reports indicate that the seed is going  into the ground "jvell supplied with  moisture and under satisfactory conditions, which only requires suitable  weather to yield a bountiful crop. At  the same time a large decrease in the  wheat crop of the United States is  anticipated this year, there having  been a heavy falling off in the winter  wheat crop.  One result in the West will undoubtedly be a substantial increase in  the acreage sown to oats and other  coarse grains. This will have a beneficial effect, as the past few years have  revealed a lamentable shortage of feed  certificates   would  prove  of  real, and  grains which has had an adverse effect  :&MmmymmNmm.  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers  Douglas & Company,  Napanee. Oni.  British Tidal Power Scheme  No Contract- Breaker  HAVE YOU  Foundations    of    Free    Government  Tested and Not Found  Wanting  Trades    unionism    in    the    United**  States and Canada,has fought a good  fight with   anarchy    within    its    own  ranks and proved that labor will keep  its contracts.  A light arises amid all the darken-  Generate  Electric Power  From   The j ing signs of the times.      That light  Tidal Waters I shines out of the collapse of the out-  T  On Our Western Farms  Announcement by thc Canadian  Wheat Board that the wheat participation certificates issued by it to the  farmers will, it is estimated, be worth  not less than forty cents a bushel,  came as a welcome surprise to thc  wheat growers of the country. People who have followed the operations  of thc Board were confident that these  substantial value, but they hardly expected a forty-cent per bushel value.  This sum, added to the initial payment on thc basis of $2.15 for No. I  Northern at Fort William, brings the  Canadian fixed price well above the  guaranteed minimum price in the U.  S., and it is believed by many that  in the final out-turn the average price  received b3r Canadian farmers will be  equal to the average received by the  United States farmers.  The announcement means that  when, final sctllcmcnt is made with  thc farmers for thcir 1919 wheat crop  a distribution of something like $75,-  000,000 will take place. The three  prairie provinces will, of course, receive the bulk of this large sum. It  will mean mvich to our farmers, will  give an added impetus to production  throughout the West, and provides a  strong argument for a continuance of  thc policy of national marketing of  wheat, at least so long as thc European importing countries maintain national buying and selling. Those farmer.*?, who followed the advice tendered in this column last year to retain  possession of their participation certificate?, :.v.d not dispose of them to  speculators for a nominal sum at a  time when thcir value was problematical havc good reason to congratulate  them solve?.  owing to the rapid manner in which  these western provinces are coming to  thc front in the production of livestock of all classes.  The Ministry of Transport in Great  Britain is giving careful attention to  the possibility of building a dam  across the estuary of thc Severn in  order to generate electric power from  the tidal waters. The ministry has  also formed a strong committee to  examine thc ambitious schemes for  electrification put forward by several  British railway companies and to lay  down principles which will lead to  uniformity in electrical and mechanical matters so that through running  will eventually be feasible.  law strike on the American railways,  and thc fate of the same variety of  printers' ,strike in the Montreal Star  office. The foundations of free government were tested and not found  wanting in an industrial crisis. Labor  proved its power to produce and follow a leadership of honor and self-  interest.���������Toronto Telegram.  Research in Corrosion  CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment    Lumberman's  Constipation is one of the most  common ailments of childhood and  the child suffering from it cannot  thrive. To keep the children well  the bowels must be kept regular and  the stomach sweet. To do this nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets.  They are a mild but thorough laxative; arc absolutely safe and never  fail  to  relieve  constipation  and  indi-  ���������T"*rr-,T-������-  He Has it Coming  "Should uglier husbands have heavier damages?" was a question raised  in a recent divorce action. The better opinion is that the fact that thc  ugiy man must have gone out of his  way to get married should tell against  him.���������London Punch.  ���������mlft    tm-tTt-r*  xtsxx      - -   J -        B(  -ibwwHMan  A?  Bo you endure the misery  ot Asthma witn. sleepless  nights, difficult breathing  unci loss of strength? 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WINNII>KO,    MAN1TOUA  ��������� mm*,     mmm  ~ Ttrnm W im- *fl  ^00mf        ���������-J. -���������      - *^ ���������tfftlfi^**,1*^Jllfcll*il*rir hlB*.     I hill  rMtuXt"'i*- ������������������ - ������ ut li.^mna*-. XMi*.tAtt1x~i TH28     REVIEW.-    CTnESTO&T,     8*  Huns fo Answer  For War Crimes  o-  London.���������General Sir Neville Mac- '  ready, military commander of Ireland  has framed new plans by which hc  believes better order will be established in Ireland shortly. Mr. Bonar Law  announced in the house of commons  that the plans had been approved by  the cabinet.  Thc government leader's statement  folloAvcd questions regarding thc sensational murder of two policemen at  Cork, and whether General Macready  had taken steps to co-ordinate with  the police and the military forces.  Mr. Bonar Law said that the military commander had already taken  most important steps, and at a cabinet  meeting had proposed others, which  ���������met with the approval of the government. What these steps were Mr.  Bonar Law did not say. Hc declared,  however, that the government would  take any action which in its belief  would restore decent conditions.  General Macready is at the present  time in London for consultation with  the officials, and the newspapers predict important developments. In this  connection, it is unofficially stated,  that additional troops arc to be sent  to Ireland and that the government is  prepared to give thc Irish executive  all assistance necessary to suppress  lawlessness.  Sheriff Gets Ex-Kaiser  ������<BrtftrttlB*a-ii������-������������fw Pnlcn-aviirs  U1VUUIIIU tJXJ    JM vavuv v ana  St   Eighteen Men and Seven Women Executed at Jitomir by Order  Of Commission  Warsaw.���������Eighteen men and seven  women were executed by order of a  Bolshevik extraordinary commission  in Jitomir just before the capture of  that town in the.Polish drive on Kiev,  ���������according' to despatches from the  front. The messages also give details of the alleged massacre.  Imperial Throne and Trappings to be  sold by Auction in  New Yorls  New  York.���������The  Imperial  German  throne is to be sold here at auction.  The goods of the former kaiserin and  kaiser     and former  members  of the.  German Imperial family, seized from'  the Imperial palaces   of   Berlin    and (  Munich, for unpaid bills after thc emperor abdicated and went to Holland,  will be sold under the hammer here  May 22, at one  of  thc cit3r's largest  art galleries, it was announced.  Sixty-five pieces are in the Imperial  collection, which was brought here  two weeks ago by the purchaser and  importer, Valdemar Pevelson. He declared he had considerable difficulty  in getting an export permit from the  German government which was* against this, but hc had promised to buy  food with the net profits for resale  in  Germany.  Authenticity of thc art objects is  vouched for by one o������ Berlin's most  reputable art firms.  Three complete salons with portieres embossed with German eagles,  wall hangings, rugs made to order in  the Orient for the former kaiser, and  antiques which havc belonged to the  Imperial German and Bavarian families for centuries, arc said to be included in the collection. These sets  of furniture were in the collection,  the throne of red plush, embroidered  with.. Prussia eagles, also, are advertised for sale.  According to Mr. Pevelson, the cx-  kaiser was not always prompt about  paying his bills. Immediately upon  his flight to Holland, patience was exhausted and creditors .seized household belongings in payment Ior the  accounts.  Germans  Charged With Acts of Inhumanity Are Named In New  *, Ally List  Berlin.���������Men accused of acts of inhumanity are named in thc new list  of Germans accused of violations of  the law of war which has been presented to the government by allied nations.  Among them are four U-boat commanders said to have torpedoed hospital ships: General Stenger, who is  alleged to have ordered that wounded  prisoners be shot, and officers who  carried out that command. Field-  marshal Buelow, former commander  of the second German army; General  Von Below, General Von Langemann, ���������  Prince Ernst of Saxony, and General  Krusa, commander at thc Kaiser prison camp, are charged with spreading  germs of typhus, while General Von  Oven, former governor of Metz; General Scholtz, camp commander at Ho-  penzalza; General Huff and Dr. Mich-  elson. are charged with killing, ill-  treating and robbing prisoners. Demand is that tliev be brought before  the supreme court at LeipzicV  Hoge Deficit of C.N.R.  The House  Ottawa.  ���������  Gross   earnings   of  the  Canadian    Northern    railway for the   I..A    T>~ ���������1   tnucu    A-JLr\.y.LixuyL  Toll of White Plague  Serious Shortage of Farm Labor  Winnipeg.���������Only about 40 percent  of Manitoba's wheat lands -"-aa bc  worked this season unless there is a  marked increase in the number of -he  people willing to go to vvork on farms  during the next few weeks, Manitoba  farmers say.  According to T. J. Mather of the  Dominion employment    bureau,     the  Premier Borden Leturns  Has His Old Vigor and Declares He  Is Now in Perfect Health  Ottawa.��������� Bronzed and apparently  in excellent health, Sir Robert Borden  has arrived in Ottawa.  Sir Robert showed no traces of the  illness which had necessitated his five  42,920 Deaths From Consumption In  Canada During Five  Years  Ottawa.���������Dr. D. C. Parfitt, Musko-  ka, and Col. W. A. Hartt, tubercular  specialist, were called by the special  committee on pensions in regard to  tuberculosis among soldiers.  Dr. Parfitt said there were 35,684  Canadian soldiers killed in action in  ���������five years, while the number of deaths  from tuberculosis in five ycars was  42, 920.  There were 8,508 tubercular cases iu  the Canadian Expeditionary Force  during five and three-quarter years  to ATil 30 I92Q. The incidence ratio  per thousand irl five years was 501.  There had been an increase of incidence in the last two and a half years  of 16 percent. The incidence ratio  (crude) of tuberculosis per 11,00 enlisted men was 14.4 (fourteen decimal  four). The incidence ratio among thc  British expeditionary force was 6.14  per 1,000 (six decimal fourteen). Incidence in Canadian expeditionary  force was 120 percent greater than in  British expeditionary forces.  $53,562,177.57,   according  to   thc   fifth  j annual report of the directors tabled  in the house by Hon. J. D. Reid, minister of railways.  These were derived as follows:  From passenger traffic, $10,775,708.46;  from freight traffic, $39,175,555.00; express, mail and telegraph, $1,538,902.18  miscellaneous, $3,337,014.81.  In addition, there were interest and  other subsidiary companies that contributed thc balance. j  Working expenses amounted to  $60,034,023.92, and hire of equipment,'  taxes, rentals, and miscellaneous operations, $1,020,553.61, making the total expenses $61,054,577.00. Thc deficit was $5,700,647.70, and interest charges    $19,969,710.36,   a total deficit of  *���������?*. t*yc, r\w nr.  The directors call attention to the  fact that the report covers only the  operation of Canadian Northern railway lines.  The total mileage operated at the  end of the year was $9,685.7, compared  with $9,566.5 at the end o������ 1918, being  an increase of 119.2 miles. The average mileage in operation throughout  the country was 9.68 miles.  ... ,  ,. .    , . -       ,,     .    .   months' holiday.    He had the old vi  situations  left vacant during the last 1 J  week is nearly three times the mnn- |  ber of applicants placed.  Carranza Officials Wiped Out  El Paso, Texas.���������High officials accompanying President Carranza in his  flight from Mexico. City towards Vera ! tawa  Cruz were captured or killed in an  engagement between the federal escort and revolutionary troops 'under  General Reyes Marquciz, according to  a telegram received from General Al-  varo Ahrcgon by R. E. Prisquira. financial agent for thc revolutionary  movement here.  LET "DANDERINE"  SAVE YOUR HAIR  gor and to all queries hc smilingly re-  j plied that his health was of the best  His arrival was the occasion of a  celebration by his supporters. Headed by Sir George Foster and members  of the cabinet, they gathered on the  (platform to welcome him back to Ot-  As Sir Robert and Lady Borden stepped off the car there was a  round of cheering. On the platform  with the Unionists was Dr. Clark,  member for Red Deer, and prominent  in the National Progressive party. It  was Dr. Clark's birthday. Sir Robert  and hc laughingly congratulated each  other.  "You look younger than I do," Dr.  Clark observed.  Get rid of every bit of that ugly  dandruff and stop  falling hair  Anonymous Gift to Britain For War  Debt  London.���������Chancellor of the Exchequer, Austen Chamberlain, announced  that he has received an anonymous  gift of $130,000 of thc war loan for  cancellation and as a contribution to  the reduction of thc national debt.  The donor, explains Mr. Chamber-  knit, says that he denied thc privilege  of fighting for his country and that  hc desires to encourage other persons  to similar patriotic action.  Distribute Seed Grain  To stop falling hair at once and rid  the scalp of every particle of dandruff, gel a .small bottle of "Danderine"  at any dm-.; or toilet counter for :\  few ecu Id, pom a little in your hand  und   rub   well   into   th*-   scalp.     Aicer  bCVCi.ll  .ll>'������li>-.lti-nra .ill   daudl 11 fT lloUal ���������  ly  Rot-Jt   and   hair   stops   coming   out  Requirements of Settlers in Alberta  Have Been Supplied  Edmonton, Alta.���������The distribution  of seed grain for settlers' spring requirements throughout Alberta has  now been completed, and thc department of agriculture is calling in ila  field men. The total supplies of seed  given out this season havc not yet  been tabulated, but it is estimated by  officials of tlie the department that  they will represent a money value of  close to $750,000, which is about twice  the  rxpeMidiluif* of last   year  and  the  1~ .....    i   rr   .....I   i-.*r.   -rrr,~  ,.\,\r*r.   I Ti r-������   rrrwr.  orninrnl undertook this method of relief. All the grain thus supplied ior  seeding purposes has been Alberta  ftiown.  Municipality Rights  Ottawa.���������Hon. Arthur Meighen, has  secured thc first reading of a bill  which seeks to give municipalities the  same rights as hitherto enjoyed bv the  provinces in thc matter of regulating  employment offices.  Has Tried Them  ������m Faith in Them  f    Montreal. ��������� Lieut.-Gen.   Sir Arthur  ! Currie, who commanded the Canadiaa  t>    * -    c t*      - n tv r     \forccs in Flanders, and who has been  Report of Earnings and Expenses for 1   ~      ,    . .      .    .    ���������  Past Year Tabled in ������ffercd  thc post ot Pnnci-Pa* ������* Mo  Giil L'niversity, has accepted the post,  Sir Arthur Currie is at present ia-  I spcctor-gencral of Canadian militia.  The statement issued at McGill \Jni-  versity is as follows:  The board of governors have ap=  po-ntcd General Sir Arthur Currie,  G.C.M.G. K.C.B., D.S.O., principal and  vice-chancellor of McGill university  In offering Sir Arthur Currie the  -principalship of McGill, the governors were influenced by the conviction  that the university needs at the present time, above all other things, a  I principal with exceptional powers of  ! organization anc*. administration s.ni  endowed with a tried capacity for inspiration and leadership. The sustained brilliancy of Sir Arthur Cur-  rie's record in the great war will always throw an added lustre upon the  most glorious annals of our country.  His achievement as general commander of thc Canadian army won  him a reputation unsurpassed, if not  unrivalled, by that of any general in  the British forces.  "Thcy were accomplished not alone  by his skill' as a soldier, but also by  the patient, constructive aud far-seeing qualities of a statesman with  which hc welded the Canadian units  into an organization, which, vve are  proud to believe, was the best and  most efficient army corps at the front.  His war despatches were notable for  their clearness and descriptive excellence, while his messages to the Canadian army were characterized by -"*>  loftiness of tone and a noble simplicity of utterance which attracted the  admiration of all English-speaking  peoples. Thc qualities which made  him au incomparable organiser and a  leader at the front fit him preeminently for the headship of a great Canadian  university.  "Th*;-* appointment to the principal-  ship of one who, beyond six years' experience as a school teacher, is without acr.demic affiliations may come as  a surprise to some of the friends of  McGill. But thc governors were supported l.y the sanction of high educational authorities in inviting Sir Arthur Cv.rrie to accept thc position.  "He   was   singled   out   and   his   appointment   enthusiastically  urged  by .  Sir Auckland Geddes, and the suggestion wa* emphatically approved by the  Master of  Balliol  and  Piofessor  W.  G. S. Adauis3, fellow of Al! Souls, Oxford, wl o rank with the i tost eminent  educationalists   in   the   British    -Isles.  Thc  two high  academic     personages  united with Sir Auckland in thc belief  that McGill ^\-ouid bc singularly fortunate i: it succeeded in  securing Sir  Arthur Ourric's services and  there i������  no    one,    either in  Canada or Great  Britain,  whose  name   they  could put  Soviets Grant Concession  Bolshcviki Authorities  Have   Agreed  To Save Lives of All Anti-  Soviet Soldiers  London. ��������� Bolsheviki -authorities  have agreed to spare the lives of soldiers separated from General Denik-  ine's army in Southern Russian, and  those of other anti-Soviet troops, who  may in future be taken prisoner. A  not-to this effect was today received  by British Officials in answer to a  message to,the Russian officials. This  is thc most satisfactory note on this  subject yet received from the Soviet  government, and officials hone protection can soon be guaranteed to  Denikinc's men with trade agreements  or other concessions to thc Soviet  government.  Mennonites Would Like to Stay  ERNEST  SMITH TALKS  OF  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  new  life,  vigor,  -,v.l'.*r.  hrii(lilnc-s;  Loan Funneis Seed Wheal  Winnipeg.���������The   provincial   ������������������.ovejiu-  ,,   ,    '.  ment hav. loani'd'-'.lie**  fririiK-iv. of Man-  thickness I'toha   a   U������tal   ol   :,'..-'<>I.OUO   :io   tar   tin*.  !     f...   tl.,      ,���������,...    ,?;   .  ,.,-A    Vv1*r**,it.  i-   Quebec Man Grateful for the Benefit  He Has Received, Pays Tribute to  Dodd'fl Kidney Pills.  Grand Pahos, West Quebec, Afay  17th.���������(Special-. ��������� Mr. Ernest Smith,  a highly-i'chpi.'cli'il -.csidejuL hen-, is  onc of the many who have abiding  faith in Dodd's' Kidney Pills a.s a remedy for sick kidneys.  "1 have jiullercd from my kidneys,"  Mr. Smith uuyn, "and I read ilu* L  Dodd's Kidney Pill.') were good, oo  I tried them. They havc# helped nie  r.o much that I will continue to use  tlwtu  when   mv kidney-"   trouble  nie."  llic kidney ii require constant uticu-  liim if good health i.s to he main tail.ed  and serious disease warded off. The  kidneys perform a most important  vvork in lhe human system. They  --.train all the inipui ilics, all the t-'ceds  oi disease, out of the 'blood. When  thcy are weak and unable to do their  work the system do*.;:; and ^i(:kiu:������.->  is the inevitable result.,  Reported to   Have  Asked   Manitoba  Government for Tract  Of Land  Winnipeg, Man.������������������ Thc Mcnnonitc  situation took a further new turn  when it was learned that during the  past few days, despite reports to the  contrary, it has become evident that  the Mennonites in Manitoba do not  wish to leave thc province, but would  prefer to make, a change in thc location of their colony from thc present  well-sctlle'l district to some more remote portion.  They have asked the provincial government', it is stated, to go over tho  map of thc province, and if a tract  of country could bc found where there  were no settlers and where settlers  would not go because of the rigorous  climate, or the poorness of the land,  lo allow lacm to take it over with the  privileges of education and religion  which are denied them in their pivs-  cnt location  in southern   Manitoba.  The .Meniionite-i, it is declared, possibly havc in mind the large tract of  open country bordering on the Hudson's Bay. Thc provincial government, however, liar, not entertained  for a moment any idea of such con-  ri.r i! ion*:  alongside: his for consideration,  MOTHERS  "California Syrup of Figs'*1  Child's Best Laxative  ne'y  I Mil:; are not the heat remedy feii  . t       i*.       .. * .   .    * i: *   * * t     .   .,  *,,**.-������.,    ........   ......    xj.    .,.-., ....    x.    ... .... ��������� j .,. .  Germany Estimate:' Damage  Berlin.���������Germany has male an  independent appraisal of dannge  done  in  devastated  districts  in   France  and  Belgium, uiui   has    ntcoi 4,w������ ul< d    her.  fineliiiK't i" a detailed ii-cmo*.t.d  which  ill   lv   frtv-'eMitfil   to   file*   r-*11ir~f1   ri.-rird.x- I  immediately, acco rum ;c to a I  ���������eye  entalivr  ''nil-  only���������look for the.- ir.ir.tr. California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the bes t and moat  harmli-ss physic for the little stomach,  liver and bowels. Children love its  fruity taste. Full directions on each  bottle.    Vou must say "California."  W.      N.      U.      1316  SZ-ySS-JI^-.*^ THE  CRESTCE  BEVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C*  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE  4  A New Road Policy  Now that the municipality question is again indirectly before  the residents���������in that committees  of the United Farmers and Board  of Trade are investigating the  matter���������it will be in order to  point out that some new legislation as to highways which was put  through at the session of tlie legislature just closed would make  it look as if local self-government  will from now on be a much better investment than the present  government handled system.  Under the new order of things  the provincial authorities stand  prepared to extend generous aid  in making and maintaining good  roads in organized districts,, and  for the purpose have established  road classifications on the following lines: Primary, secondary  and local, and ha*ve very definitely defined the extent and upon  what terms their assistance will  be extended. Cost of construction and maintenance of primary  and secondary highways have  been apportioned as follows:  Primary, 75 per cent by the  Shingles For Sale  10,000 No. 1 at ������7.50 per M.  100,000 No. 3 at ������3.50 per M.  f.o.b. Duck Creek.  Write or phone.  WYNNDEL MERCANTILE  CO., Wynndel, B.C.  department and 25 per cent by  the municipalities; secondary,  equal share in construction cost  and, as to maintenance, 40 per  cent, by the department and 60  per cent, by the municipality.  In the case of local highways  the entire cost of construction  and maintenance shall be borne  by the municipality. In the case  of secondary roads running  through municipalities of less  than one thousand population  the department may contribute  as high as 75 per cent, for construction and maintenance. Con  trol of the construction and  maintenance of the primary-  highways will be in the hands  of the department, of secondary in the municipalities.  Fifteen days notice may be  given by the department to a  municipality that a secondary  highway is not kept in proper  condition, and if it is not put  into proper repair the department may step in and charge  the cost thereof to the municipality.  Assuming that under municipal  government tlie present tax rate  of one per cent is adhered to, and  added to whieh would be the provincial grants as outlined above,  with local supervision as to where  and how and by whom the greater  part of the work would be done,  any increased expenditure the  proposed organized area might  have to assume in the matter of  schools under municipal control  would be amply recouped in the  more generous terms on transportation facilities.  In April Trail had fifteen births, 4  weddings arid 6 deaths. In the reinforcements the girls had it by a margin of ten to five.  The feature of building activity at  Kaslo this year is on the hill where  owners are putting cement foundations under their residences.  At their first concert and dance to  raise funds to pay for the new $500  piano, Cranbrook high school scholars had a gross intake of $200.  The Free Press learns that at least  a dozen Fernie citizens will make the  trip to the Old Country this summer.  About 'Qleven of them are married  ladies.  Fernie had at least half a hundred  applicants for the position of city police, which  has  been awarded   S.   O.  Leawson of Macleod, Alta., at a stipend  of $200 a month.  Trail Methodist church now boasts  a membership of seventy-eight���������a gain  of seven over the year previous. From  all   sources   the   congregation   came  through with $2700.  Five Kaslo citizens were among  the forty candidates who rode the  goat at the big Knights of Columbus  initiation ceremony at Rossland a  couple of weeks ago.  The books just closed for the Methodist church at Revelstoke show the  past twelve months to have been thc  biggest .revenue producers in the history of the congregation.  Rev. H. Panabaker, Methodist pastor at Kimberley, who has resigned  to go back to Ontai-io, was presented  with a club bag by his congregation  before leaving on the trip east. -  The Bank of Hamilton is spending  $30,000 on a new building at Penticton, while -the Bank of Montreal is  also planning to spend $20,000 on a  new building before the end of the  year.  Invermere will entertain delegates  from East Kootenay boards of trade  on May 28th and 29th, when-an effort  will be made to organize an associated boards of trade for all the territory  east of Kootenay Lake.  At Penticton there promises to be  a heavy crop of cherries, gea-ahes and  plums. Apples and apricots are likely to be light, though the total crop  will be fully as large as last year  Rossland Lodge Knights of Pythias  increased its membership by about  forty at a big initiation ceremony on  Sunday last, which was followed by a  banquet of considerable dimensions.  ikNK MONEY ORDERS  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that  all persons holding Crown Lands en*  Lots in Town site subdivisions under  agreements for sale from whom the  piii-chase money on such lanels e>r  Townsite Lots remaining unpaid is  e-yerdue are ite'iiiied te> make payment, within six rnont lis f.-mu t lie elate  e>f this Neitice, either of t h- full amount  elue. together with "ti***i*e-.-t then-em, if  any he due. e*r a substantial proportion of such amount. 'A l������ie*h must at  le.-i.-t covor t_he- full inte ie-t ������iia-tei date  ?e,^et.her with evidene*.- that all t.-sxe-s,  '.vhefhef Miir.ie-ipHl eir Pi-en iiir-i.il. have  i-een p-iiel. failing which the ���������e-j-re-c-  int-iif- foi* -:\le will hi- i-ancelle-d. as pi*n-  v-d.-el l.v Section 70 ��������� .f the "Land Act,1'  I'hap'-ei-li!J>. Revise-d  Statute's of 1!)11.  fi. H. NADKN.  D'puty Minister of Lands.  ! i>-p.ir:ii*ii-T:t ��������� 'f Lane is,  Vi..���������...:���������*.. ii.i'.. April 1st, U.20.  Goodyer Tires  lubes and Tire  R  Ar-*ai*f*q  "-'*���������-' *���������-  ( ,iin m< >w '���������;! revile������������������ ; li������-  ( 'liry.-'-iin c I' mint mi* ,i n<|  A iiloniniiilc I'.inly  I'-iii-h.  1!'   yi-ij    i,\,ci:   i;.*.'���������    it.   V'jii  Mill   i' i ��������� -. * i ��������� i ���������   'i|   I , * e i ��������� i"   I'i   ���������..n-  -.!!���������'���������.���������.        \V"    _';:i. ���������??���������:.' ���������'���������     i'l  t I. <.   I .... t  i* fr> rnf ���������**������ t\      fluift       U.        -\   eiferthi  UlCdlUII HIMU   oo  ���������oiimpm  The sawmill  at Bonner's Ferry is  now running night and day.  Carle's greenhouse at Keremos contains almost a million tomato plants.  In the six lower rooms of Penticton  school music will'be taught next term.  Kaslo brass band's benefit dance  last month enjoyed a cash intake of  5150.  P. Burns & Co. is spending $5000  on a new slaughter house at Cranbrook.  The annual hospital ball at Kaslo  last month enjoyed a financial intake  of over  $200.  Trail Presbyterians claim to have  over $6000 guaranteed for their new  murch  in that city.  Penticton council is getting ready  to market $35,000 of irrigation bonds  amongst  the  citizens.  Crr.nbvook Methodist Ladies' Aid  with 27 members raised a matter of  almost  $1000 last year.  Thoro   is  considerable  demand    at  itevelsfoke for city-owned vacant lots  nr   carclening   purposes.  I\T-.tieton council has just promulgate-d regulations compelling pool  rooms to close at 11 p.m.  Thc Revelstoke hospital has almost  $5,000 of unpaid dues, as well as a  mortgage of almost $25,000.  About fifty instructors of the young  idea were at Cranbrook Easter week  for the teacherB' convention.  Fernie' Italians do not appreciate  the white man's music and are ovgan-  izin**.*-; a  brass band of their own.  J'ink and shovel men working on  city work at, Fernie will be paid $4,00  for the eight hour day this year.  I-v.'iiie* will religiously enforce the  [���������'���������;**;*.l..t'ohm that forbid spitting on the  .siiie'walk:-' or in  public buildings.  At I'Vi-nie' already this season sixty-  '���������i-.'ht new auto owners have applied  for  licenses  for  their motor oars.  I'\>r   Mil-   evening   social   enjoyment  it    <'rauhi-fiol{   mi   May   2-1 111   no   less  Mian   tlire*e   (lanei'H   will   be   Hinged.  f'ranhroejk  Ileal and <"Jim Club would  !..ivi*   Mm-   i'.f.'.t)  i:rnu:*.i' shooting Mention  ���������i*i.n   t .���������'���������   wee'lci  liiteu*  than   last   yeai*.  <' rr?,rn,]<    is In    IriVe'    ils    l!i:-"il    full  ��������� i*i- 'ai Si*'iC  1st anel 'x'.i\i\.    W.  I''.  Wnr-  I'li   '..-.   ilu*   new pr'���������������������������.iilent   eif   the-   s<������<*-  i ��������� r *. * .  j  '.'ii     i'.-iirl.*     I    I'l-ve-l'.ldlo*    i'e|ie������l*l  ii    .ii r . . i*   lie-lie.i iiii    lui    Iii ur,i ���������',.   hy    |ii*ii  !       i -,   J i .   n(    I j*  lie'.    I lie i i*   ir v. ii    iaiiet  '.'i',ih    *.iaidi!  ���������.''rlii,-.  at  eivi*r   *'|iiO ii   Ieui  I'tV'.il-.il      K'.tI'-i      I'.l/e-lle'     *-iie||v     |'e-  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  a  : I,*i'  I'l I e',   Mie-y    we*  '11     llr.     Illlll  ' '     I     I'lrinei,  Ih"   I ii'i'e'ii woenl   h;n*l)i'l,  - ni,���������> i)i  i- ���������     Mi.il      In     lit'.      ' |i:i I i-     I I UH'  Ih*  I 11   r     j r. I   I   '    I I III I I I     ���������   ,. r * , | J I | l l , \     |, , , it  I I I  I   i ,��������� ���������        r   i r    ,    I 1. 1       I .. i, r. ,     .       I    r       ?i , ��������� I , ,    . I ,1 I ',.���������  Iiiin    ia     ''..'    IH'W     \'.,ll'*i     e*e ill ili'i  I |i i Ii'i      ill  W 11 rh   .iiiil   .'..', in   April  .ii.  (lie-  lii'sl   |in  A safe and cheap way of remitting money is by  Bank Money Orders.  When sending even small amounts always safeguard yourself by having a Bank Money Order  receipt.  This Bank issues money orders payable in almost  any part of the world.   Ask at our nearest branch.  204  OF  CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  gaag/ggBsmaamaaum  Manager.  ootenay-  oundarys  Up-to-the-Minute  Daily Newspaper  You Will Like  The DAILY NEWS  BECAUSE of its Full  leased wire service of  foreign cables and  Canadian and American news.  BECAUSE of its complete  market  reports.  BECAUSE of its service  of Kootenay-Boundary  news, including the  worthwhile events in  your own and adjacent districts.  BECAUSE while its chief  purpose is to give all  the best of the world  and district news hot  off the wires, it never  forgets that it is a  Kootenay - Boundary  institution, depending  for its success on the  suece-sH (u the people  of thc district, striving always to aid in  the development of  oui industries and resources.  f-    Tr/trtfvwtdTf    Tirttrv    tsnt-Cj.  xl        ' . "     *        *  office   a   few    horns  after    it   is   printed  If    you     aro     not     a     ������ub-  -rribflr       --������o(|       tltSn       fr*~       n M H  montli'ii    ntiliiicriptlon   or   $5 II I  tar   nun   your. M |  |f hi*   "ft-wltr   TUtattrc nl 1  4s. xi.-4    ~~*xj~x1x ,      X . *.- '. v xJ w M  We have a good supply of Flour, Feed and  Hay on hand, and can iill orders promptly.  We have-an offer for our entire stock of  Sugar which must be turned over at  once.     Protect yourself by buying now.  We still have a small supply of Potatoes to offer  IT*-** 2  Presto������ hut growers  LIMITED  BANK BY MAIL  Regular saving will soon show a handsome balance in the depositor's account.  It may be difficult for you to come to the  bank always when you want to deposit.  Send in deposits by mail���������they will be as  carefully handled as though you handed  them over the counter. 77A  C     zt-x       a      B    T. It. /E It. /E r,-*   p-~r S      JL-t  '&. \^~AX^jfj0 W -tt V JSIJB���������(UI  t--V_>J3 9  *--������  r-r.  .-*^.    w   ir.     r-t  t   trvv-vr. X U  X'JX.SJI-SxJS        \~il--\t-m  4 4XX-I  x0mim*iuimiitmmrmmimm������ii\iiui MtimmuiSi  wiiwmim  mei iwnmiiiiii-i*'*-!**^^  ������������'*tp*tM'Wi*eiillitei^^  *^������iSi  ���������^SS?*^'*^^  ''^iXtmiri-ii'Um^mi.t^ttmmtmitt^UnmiK i -i  THE  CBEOTON  REVIEW  \w~m2kM$s^Mgg-W������Mk  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  ���������  ante  is of such excellent quality, and price so reasonable  as tea prices now rule, that we must advise you to  buy it. LANKA TEA is being put on the market  throughout Canada by and old reliable tea and  coffee firm. We can assure our customers that  the quality of LANKA TEA 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 price.  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  L-.t*p  Watch  for   Seasonable Announcement  Next Week.  Oreston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  If you are needing  ������M   ���������  ri<n>w is  iTir  fimiR  fn \...\r  We have just   unloaded  a  car  of these ut Creston  ���������aw������������*g  iraRttPf-'***'*  ,~. ft ft -V**!- M ������ l������ H  I, 0,0  X  V-  -idf-mM  B ���������am^t'at-r'VW'  m  si m tins'Hi*���������n  ~miU---**%->-  LitUtlTt������D  nic-iwii**iiMi-*i������!i  Mm Ml* * lit Mrf-MMM-M  3 Sts-f-sma tmTSam������m*tfsS9ff3  a xma a V  Victoria, May 31.���������Returned soldiers  f-laced on the land by the British Co-  uiubia Government in the Creston  district will soon be a big factor in  supplying the prairie cities with Canadian-grown small fruits, according to  the Hon. E. D. Barrow, minister of  agriculture, who is back in Victoria  today after a tour of inspection in the  interior.  One hundred^ returned men -with  their families, many of them already  living in their own houses on their  own allotments, are busy deyeloping  the area so that they will be in a position to take advantage of all the profits that will be offering as soon as  they are producing.  Strawberries, Hon-Mr. Barrow explained, picked today, and shipped  from the Creston station at noon will  be on the market early tomorrow  morning in Calgary and Lethbridge.  This proximity of the famous Creston  fruit area to the prairie markets giyes  the district an advantage oyer all  other fruit producing areas of the  West.  Direction at the settlement, Hon.  Mr. Barrow found, is also another reason for its success. Captain Kowberry  is now superintendent at Creston.  Hon. Mr. Barrow declared he found  Captahi Kowberry to be a practical  man who is making the most of the  Creston possibilities and the determination of the men themselves to succeed.  JUandon which clearing \voi*k was  started last summer is now being  plowed. It will not be sown in crop  this year, but is being prepared for  the planting of'fruit-trees. The old  settlement at Creston, which adjoins  the soldier colony, is one of the most  prosperous fruit districts in British  Columbia.  besides which the government has'  promised to help toward the keep of a  public health nurse, whereas we have  no guarantee that they will give anything toward the upkeep of a hospital  which might be empty for a great part  of fehe year.  "We are hoping that Creston will receive a yisit about the loth of June  from Mrs.V. S. MacLachlan, secretary  of B. C. Women's Institutes, who is a  great authority on public health matters, and if all, both men and women,  who are interested in the subiect (and  also those who are not interested, so  that they may become so) will come  and hear her speak, on a date to be  announced later, we feel sure they will  gain a great deal of information about  forming a public health centre.  This is not a matter to be taken up  by the women's institute alone, but  being a matter of public interest, and  for the benefit of the whole community, th-p public in general should help  to bear the burden, for only by co-operation can we secure success.  J. C. HAMILTON.  Secy. Women's Institute.  <���������*  to   the  'Tender  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Nurse vs. Hosoital  1  Editor Review:  Sir,���������Having read, a letter in your  last issue under the heading, Hospital  ys. Nurse, I should like to write a few  words in reply on behalf of Creston  Women's Institute, as it is the Institute that is taking up the matter of a  Public Health Nurse.  To begin with the heading itself is  misleading, for such a nurse would be  in no way against a hospital. Some  misunderstanding appears to have  arisen on this point amongst some of  the general public and a few of the  Institute members who were not present at the last meeting, when the matter was discussed.  It is not a matter of haying either a  hospital or a district nurse. To quote  part of a letter from Dr. H. E. Young,  proyincial officer of health, which has  been sent to all our different organizations: "This is a question entirely  apart from hospital work, but would  work in conjunction with the hospital  should you establish one in the future."  We have put off doing anything in  the matter of a nurse for some time  till we could see what was going to be  done about a hospital, so that we  shonld not appear to be interfering at  all with that scheme, but we did not  consider it advisable to delay the matter any longer owing to the conference to be held here in a few months'  time. Still, the fact of our haying a  hospital, if we can get one, would not  v e,r the nurse unnecessary any  more than, on the other hand, she  would tako the place of ono, though  she would, of coiirre, be- a great deal  better than nothing at all.  Tho nurso would reach some who  would have no need to go into a hospital iiT-.d yet would be greatly bene-  fitted by a little attention daily. She  would have an oilice in town and hours  when she could be consulted daily, and  she would also work in conjunction  with the doctor amongst the hcIiooI  children, following up his medical in-  Hpection by going to tho parents whore  necessary and giving thorn help und  advice, thus corning in contact with  the younger children who do not attend school.  Her duties are to visit tho sick, and  help them in thoir own homes, but who  dooH not undertake tho entire charge  of any ono case to tho neglect of  others; giying help to all who need it  ������h far jih possible. A Hinall fee in  charged, but thin ih not <*e>itipiilHoiy,  those who do not pay receiving attention jiiHl- the Maine.  With reference t<> the moI.Icoh m*n(,  out nuking feu* Mub:icii|i|.ioiiH, tho liiHti  tuic at thoir liuit mooting decide-d to  tako thin Htop following up a miggt'H-  tion of tho proyincial hoitlt.li ollW.-cr,  Imping thin to mine enough te, *���������iy tho  bo.-trd and lodging of a nm*:,*.*, whoa  the government, would   help with   the-  .,.1 l.t 4 ^ ������  A i-i   t.o   a  hi>^>il.il  lie'iiii' "e'h<*n������>e>r io  Hie- letn-f; nil*" Um   .'-..eiaiy eil'   (lie*   imr.se-  in .-(tU-Vi per   month, milt  nf whirl)   i " ,i|  leovieliei'   for   liyinir   ������'X|)e-o* e"-      im/I    n,v  hohpitul   could   bo   run   on   that   ��������� umf  Sealed tenders addressed  undersigned,' and endorsed  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  Kootenay, B.C.  Plans and forms of contract can he  seen and specification and forms of  tender- obtained at this Depai-raent, 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 Department and in accordance  with conditions contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the Min-.  ister of Public Works, equal to 10 p.c.  of the amount of the tender. War  Loan Bonds of the Dominion will  also be accepted as security, or War  Bonds and cheques if required to  make up an odd amount.  Note���������Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department by depositing an  accepted bank cheque for the sum of  810, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which  will  be  mit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 19, 1920.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  the "Townsite Proportionate Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  the 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 or suburb of a town, payment for  which 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 fajling to make application as  stipulated will thereafter bo debarred  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfilment of tho terms of the sale and the  proyisions of the "Land Act" governing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention is  drawn to the notice appearing in tho  current issue of this paper.  GEO. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C.. May 5th, 11120.  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  This is tho first ipios-  tion that presents itself  to tho housewife if an  tiii'*A|ii'i:ii-d v i.--,il<-r ill < **>.->  ill for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamroch Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cnnhed Ham  Lunch Mftat  Bologna. &c.  aro alwaj'M to bo had  here. In iiu-atH nothing  ejiiile- equal*-! 'Shamrock'  products.  W      m  .���������j      ....  L3 C3 fil *E3 tSSk. E3 CL ^  n 0 EKT h^z. ^  L*    exA    kA    -"feu-li   L-ii    tt"-J   'tun.   Jtwt  X~m-   m~W      Wm      ^^iv    i*       Tn     !f-������.ier*������"*^  A        tX4\ I   ������   ���������  a ou., liu.  Butterfield's  'i I  Li  Wynndel, B.C.  rnv  Bananas  Oranges  Lemons  Peameal Back Bacon  Picnic Hams  Bologna Sausage  Fishing Tackle  Screen Doors  Window Screens  <v    Spepsis of      te  Land flei Ussissifinaiifs  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2. GO an acre.  Pre-emption no*w confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims. (fa  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of ?10 per acre, including: clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Ck*ant.  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 of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and Improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. ���������*,  Pre-emptor holding Crown tjrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  ,������m," without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas,-not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesfc-sea;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding G-tO acred may be  leased by ono person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpnge.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Kcbato of ono-hnlf of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE  ������ ACT.  GRANTS  The P-rono of this Act Ib enlarged to  Include iill personn JolninR nnd nerving with Ina MaJe-sty'B Forcon. Tho  time within which tho holra or devisees  of a deceased pro-emptor may apply  for tltlu under UiIh Act Ih extended  rrom for ono year from thc death of  isuch ner������on, uh formerly, until on������  year uftur the conclusion of tho prenent  war. Thla prlvllego io alao made retroactive, m.  No feeB rclntlng to prc-emptionti uro  dun or payable by r.oldlcro on pre-  eruptions recorded after Juno 2G, Wis.  Tnxon are remitted  for live yearn  Provinlon for return of money*- ac-  ���������frile-d. elm* iiml ln*<-.n \rt\ii. r-jnee \u k- -  4, 1U11, on account of paytnenUe/'fee-M  or tnxot-t on Holdit-r-i' pre-empt|nn-i  Interest mi  rigrc'cmont.-i to  puroimae  t.0^'n.������,r- c,ty lols J"-*1'1 ���������'>' mci.il.erH of  Allied ioix*������'.e. or dependent ii, ateiuired  I'lrt'^t  or  IneUrect,  re-niltt������;ei  from  en-  SUD-PURCHAQERS  OF   CROWN  4, LANDS.  Provision made for limuance of  CiO<.*.n   Hcmtii   te>   ->uti-!>urctnM<e-n<     of  < -01....r.        I     r. ,, ,1., ....       ..,..,... .       .     . ,  l-urchin-ten-i who failed to complc-iV-  riurrhn.'..*. fe.\ .-1\ hi*.; f.a-fviiurc. on ful-  nlliiie-iit of loiteliiueiiH ol purcliuHi'. in-  ter-A-ut and tnxo-i. Wh-^ro Kiib-purcha-i-  er������ do not cluliit whe-lo of original pur-  eel, purctiaao price duo and xu-ti-a may  li*i elli.tr lluit-'il proportion-Holy over  wholo   aroa.        Applicittlonn    umi.t    h*  ���������   mo.  r  mado by May 1.  ORAZINO.  arnslns   Act,   i������io,   f,,r  A-\'-\nr\,.-.i.rtf   nt   i\v....it ,.i.u   l~x....   ,.������,���������<.,..    d ��������� ~      -i.   . .     ..    .'.',' ���������'*-���������    ���������*���������'���������"*���������'"  lid min lntr tit loii ui.dcr < 'oiiiiiili' ��������� i.U ii\Tr  Allium! 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"I'm gl-ad to hear you say so, son,"  said Mr. Downing heartily. "I  thought that maybe you wanted his  position."  Ruggles shook his head. There  was a flush on his cheeks and his eyes \  were yery bright. "No sir," said he, j  "I don't want anybody's job. What  I want is a new one all of'my own.  I want the general managership of  thc far east���������Asia and India and Australia. I want to see the Walkeasy  Shoe for sale In Colomo and Bombay and Calcutta and Singapore and  Sydney and Melbourne and Manila  and Hongkong and Yokohama. The  California people can look after Hon-  alulu���������and there must bc a fine field."  Mr. Downing tossed his cigar  through the window. There was a  flush on his own cheeks now.  "It's a big idea," said he, "but I  don't sec why not. Look here, can't  ���������you come to dine with us tonight?  And afterwards we can go over this  thing with my boy, Dick." He gave  Ruggle's a quizzical smile.8 "You  seem to have got the thing pretty well  worked out," said he.  "I've thought about it a lot," Rugglcs answered.^ ':It ain't so much the  money proposition, because goodness  knows I've* get more money than I  can ������pend, right now. "It's just the  idea   of   doing   something  big."  "Yes-," Mr. Downing assented, taking out a fresh cigar, ''after all, that's  P.-  -nan-  thing." "  per window.       Declining  Miss  dial  land's  invitation   to   enter,   Ruth   told  thc chauffeur to go to the hotel, where  j she sat for half an hour on  the  tcr-  ' race, impatiently awaiting her parent,  I and   saying   to   herself  highly  unflat-  j tering things about the speed of Rug*  ! gle's limousine.   When finally she saw  , it approaching, she saw Mr. Downing  alight and shake hands with Ruggles  and  heard  him   say:  "Tonight,   then  at eight."    From which she   gathered  that Ruggles was to dine with them.  As   her  father   entered,   Ruth  went  forward rather shyly to meet him.  "Hello, Toodles," said he, and he  caught her flushed face in his hands  and kissed her heartily, to the poignant envy *of one or two beflanneled  youths who were loitering about.  "Think we were never coming?" *  "What took you  so   long?"     Ruth-  asked.    "Tire down, or can't that big  box get ovcr thc road?"  "No. We took it easy 'o purpose.  Been having a long business talk. A  good man Ruggles. Got a clear, and  steady head on his shoulders. Should  not wonder if we managed to do some  big business together. He's got thc  right spirit ���������the sort of spirit I've  always tried to infuse our people with.  He impressed me a lot."  Ruth's heavy lashes half hid her  sapphire   -eyes.  "Didn't you talk about anything but  business?" she demanded.  "Well, no���������not  that I  remember���������  ' why?"  j "Oh ���������nothing." She turned her  j shoulder to him, then looked back re-  ; scntfully. "I only thought that as hc  \ saved me from drowning last night,  you  might have���������have"  Mr. Downing laughed. "Jealous,  ,hey?" said hc. His face grew suddenly grave. "My dear little daughter," said he, "Now that you're safe  I don't want to think about that any  more than I can help. It's too awful!  God!"  H'e turned away suddenly and  strode to the stairs.  Ruggels dined that night with thc  Downing's at the Hermitage. "No  shop" was talked during the meal, but  Dick drew Ruggles out on his Turkish  experiences, listening with the most  intense interest to his brief but graphic descriptions, which were, like all of  Ruggle's anecdotes, as impersonal as  one can conceive possible. That native modesty, which had been a drawback in active commercial life, was  now an unconscious asset in a social  one. It drew to Ruggles people who  he could never possibly havc known  had he been self-satisfied.  Mr. Downing spoke but seldom.  He confined himself to watching Ruggles and weighing* him; and despite  his first strongly favorable impressions, he ���������was surprised at his gradually growing conviction that he had  fallen far short in his estimate of his  A Famous Motor Boat  AutoStrop Razor  -sharpens itself  EEXPERIENCE shows  ���������* that only a sharp  blade can give a perfect  ���������shave, also that a blade  cannot remain sharp without stropping. " Couple  these facts with the  further fact that the  AutoStrop Razor is the  only safety razor that  sharpens itself, and you  will be in no doubt as to  which safety razor to use.  Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor  to you, guarantee satisfaction, or refund of purchase  price.  Only   $5.00  complete with strop and twelve  blades in an attractive assortment of cases to Euit any purpose.  AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limited  AutoStrop Building,  Toronto,  Canaela  202  Attains A Speed of Forty Knots With  Full Armamerit and Crew  At the recent mcrtor boat exhibition in London, England, the most attractive exhibit was the famous coastal motor boat C.M.B.4, from the Baltic after many cruises, during which  she passed through lines of forts and  torpedoed the Bolshevik cruiser Okg.  This vessel is a skimovev or hydroplane of the type invented before thc  war for sporting purposes. It. attains  a speed of 40 knots with full armament and crew. The show contained  many British examples of small auxiliary motors, which can be attached  to rowing boats and ether small craft.  Some of these are installed on board  and others are attached to thc stern  without structural alterations. One  pattern, with an engine rated at 2 to  3 horse power, weighs only 60 lbs.  cpmplete with propellor and steering  gear.  jf~\  Waited too Long  "Where arc you going?" thc dentist asked a man who started' to leave  the waiting-room. "I've been here 45  minutes for you to pull a tooth for  me." "Weii, I'm ready for yon now,  step in the waiting-room." "I'm not  ready for you now doc. When I first  came in here I was chock full of  doughboy courage, but every second  some of it oozed away, and now I  guess I must feel about the same way  a German in a dugout felt just after  he had shouted 'Kamcrad!' and was  not certain whether the answer would  be a hand grenade or an order to  march  to  the  rear."  Ladies Perfume Your SMn  Wish Cuticura Taltum  Antiseptic, prophylactic, deodoriz- I  ing, fragrant and refreshing,   Cuti- I  cura Talcum is an ideal face, skin, I  baby and dusting powder.   Conve- g  nient and economical, takes the place  of other perfumes for the person.   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Downing'.-; big limousi  ,u-  m  Da*  Di*.-!:  c en-  )iirl..:s of R up tile's villa, it  ".lira,   !*ri*>i'.   anel   charming  linen    and  fin us  h'  -!y   ?P-L\r:\ hi, !ir:u!  off  ..'���������  ::<;'. 'nor  in  sight.  '���������:" Vi*-*;" he aakird.    Oh,  <--���������'���������.������������������"  ';-���������     ������������������������������������v.\     Miss     West-  Ye :--* C!i*'*.!].**.n*l, primly  ( M  youthful guest. As an industrial power, Richard P. Downing had gained  the greatest part of his success by a  genius for the selection of the tight  men for the right places, and as hc  watched and listened hc began to  j think that there must havc been a  flaw in some part of his organisation  to have made possible the overlooking of Ruggles.  As  for  Ruth,   she  scarcely  opened  her lips.    Ruggles  observed this reticence  and   put  his   own   construction  unon it.    He decided that the thought  of  Roxana  still  weighed ou  thc girl's  mind.     That   probkrn,   thought   Rug-  pic's sadly to himself,    should    havc  i little hat  to , been settled between them before all  big  shoulders   these other  things had happened.    It-  was   there  like   a   broken   stitch ���������in  a shoe-sole or anything else:.    He did  not blame Ruth, nor  could he blame  himself.    Tt seemed to bc jnst one of  those    kinks in  the  same f.vtc which  had raised him from poverty  to opu-  ���������.bsielce.I "k-neo,  only to mock him in   the  end.  ������������������<! sub-j Very  young   pr>ox>le   always   look   for  hum; in   this sort of mockery when  :.hings  go  wrong nnd the dream is not carried to  fruition���������and at once-.  'Rulh, on her pari, was not thinkinc  at all about Roxana. She had elismis-  i'.oel thai primitive*, from Ivor mind as  easily as one might forget tin* unplca-  >ant sensations of be-ing r.la-ved by a  Persian cat. What puzzled anel vexed  I-' mli '.-���������-!���������-. the- fact that Riif gb-s and  "nr.,' f.-th--*;- had riehh-n bach lei \.c  'i i*iure*iifi in half au hour more than  tli"* 'in.** rr-*"|iiiroe1 le) make: he jour-  ,.. . .*,*..! '-.; ;.rr re ! '.-; ! ������������������"." I: M-vr] rib ���������  ���������".ill   !*iOl Ili'lg  but    *������lle".iO.*i.      Slu*    je-gan   to  \ wonder if perhaps Ruggle's long devotion to herself might not be less on  account of her modest atti actions'  than because she happened to be thc  daughter of Richard Prouty Downing  president of the Walkeasy Shoe Company of America.  So    Ruth    retired   early to stretch  herself in bed and ponder these problems, and after she had gone, the men  went into thc salon-couloir and talked  ) "shop."      Dick became an immediate  Cord or  Fabric.  !������������������.*:*-!.  It*  ���������-;;-.m-  *!: r*c- c  about  I  .���������'I     Me-   "  ',���������>'���������*������������������ *i tr-il  i'u! i* . '.*���������' rl  ii ii i;, '-(ii  !.<*au'ic*-*,  . i  !)'  Instead of tea or coffee  ft  a cup of that healthful  bevemge  T-4 ������ X A. M T  OSTUM  a-*<U  I8SO  ..-i.'-rw^.V*-. -Z  'ZzmW������t������iZ.T,)  iU  > *    -4  <A-*~-0 i*A.V-~  iiii-.* juVvi    iriixJLj   Ljx\l:*.*L**.  drink is coiistein 1.1 y winning  from new usors, cornniends it  to f,\] with whom  \.<:<a   oi   cof  tir ? ft d i s a ������������ r o a s  **#������������������/.  .r ,   ,   ,~- ,  ~r-*V  * .? ���������?-* jy* rp'yj ffi  .11  and violent partisan of Ruggle's big  idea. Wonderful thought!���������the sun  never setting on the Walkeasy shoe.  Our slogan, "We Shoe the World";  and cuts of thc giobe with the latest  model of the Walkeasy poised on thc  Pole! Carry the war into the enemies countries! Big stores to be established in every town of every country where thc people don't still walk  barefoot! Palaces���������real shoe palaces  ���������in the capitals, with tea-rooms and  reading-rooms, and everybody wearing a Walkeasy shoe a welcome guest,  whether they want to buy any more  or not. Cash Walkeasy patron's  check on any old bank ir. Hog Run  or Turkey Trot, and no questions asked. Help 'cm in trouble. Estab'ish  a Walkeasy cable "sode and engineer  presentations to the Pope or the Sultan or the last man to (ly upside down  Give 'am any d d thing they want  so long as thcy wear the badge of  the guild on their feet. Bully big  thought!  Ruggles finally said good night and  walked back to his villa in a peculiar  state of mind. It was, piu'haps, more  difficult for him to adjust himself to  this newly -sprung intimacy with the  Downings, father and son, than it had  been for him to think of himself as  a millionaire- with great, responsibilities or even as a suitor for the hand  of Ruth. Here hc had been actually  in conference- over the fulim* development of the eeunpany wiih its supreme  head anel its probable successor, anel  'outlining 'l'i ambitious policy con-  rti'-ictee! along bigger lines than either  had   ever  vcnt'iivd   (o ���������imagine.  The strangest feature to Ruggles  wa? that it had all ho cm eel such a  natural thing for him to do. The  personal ������*e*u;iIi<mis ten), impnssi'el him  as so different from anything which  he. could peissibly have precciicoiveel.  Mr. Downing, that omnipotent Jove,  had suildcnly become*- to him merely  a epiiet, clear-headed Inisiiu-s man, e>f  ���������.vhie'h :.'"*:*t th*. re v.'i'i'i- many lhou**ands  wlie-pas Die!;, that wondrous paladin  ed e'e-lhgo :u il fae'tory, whom he** had  worshippeel :\:i a demi-god was, after  all, no ni'ii',: than a line, big, geiod-  ii..li..id !.*..., ..".Hi **. norm a.l amount nf  evunniei e*i;il aliility anel the faculty of  making   I'rieiie'*,.  ll  i;u I  I.,   saiel  that  Riggles was  iir apt'Oiii11 <! ni* disillusioned,    lie* u;i:*  llll r I  . | "    I   J ' .1     , I   . !       Willi       ill I I i *.-.   I I       Mr       . I ,.w  tIi.i��������� I i.l-l ��������� il iinabasheel at the* tabic of the hii.li go'D. than ciiiical of  the* I'leiv. ning, men. Th.y '.ve-rc, after  all,     ju-1     alri.nl    as  In*  hael  pictured  th* a. Ij v..,., the utt'i* lae-k of his  ��������� >>.*. n r,.ilv i f vi*ee in e and iiu'i* which  I'Hr'/l'il   him, ten   hi' e*enihl  nol   rt.ili/'**  in.'..   ; h'    i h .nii',1*   .*,...-.   in   liiinvlf.  i'i n   be   eent iinue.el-  i Jn.  Chance never drew a neat picture nor built a fair house.  In the making of Partridge Tires  nothing is left to chance���������detail  perfection is secured by craft-  manship   scientifically   directed,  and rigid inspection insures  outstanding quality.  Partridge Tires   are  all  that good Tires can  IgvV possibly be.  \ ty$^. rnmrrm- '���������������������������;���������������������������������������������' w ea  mm  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross1"'  ii  i'Vll       Iw.lMr.,     i .Llll,      l.Uli.l  .\ei\n, lelie-iirnn.'isrii, Me*int ien, "NmriMn,  nuiel tor Mi'inliie-he', Neiir.dgia, Tni-th-  tni-ln*, Earnrlie-, lnkei Anpiriii niuike'd  ���������with ilm "inline; "llayer" <>r you uro  inot inking Anpirin nl. nil.  Ae'i-i-pl.    <vnly    "Haycr    Tahlcl.n    of  .A.-j.hiL"    i:.   ;.n   unhroheii    -���������'H-.iyor'  ������     - .*���������������������.,      tt,  Xf... .....������������������      .   ������������������...!   re-et'oiin. Then you are? |������������tnii|������ r������al  Ai-ptriu���������tlio '-eaiuiiio Anpirin pre-  ncrihod hy pliyiiiciana for over nino-  toun yciim. Now iiukIu in Camuit-u  Hunely tin lioxcu coniainin-r l'.J tab-  lutti cunt) lmt a fow cciitii. ])niggiht**i  tilno ������i*-H lnr^e-r "llaycr" paclwugcii.  TLcvc, is tmit-tj om AfpJvJn���������*,Tlriy'ft-r,,-������-'Yow -wttiitt. ������oy "BnvnTeBr"  Amililii In tliu iv.iil.-  rr.nvlt  (rv'.i:l::*������'.rr(t In Cf-nmlPi) nf n������iv<tr Mntiiifactur-n of Mftiw-  --.......,,.(. i..,.,..,. .,r  j,h\',t \ lli m 1,1.     '..Mill*   It lc  v/'-ll  Vimivii  llinl   A������i>lrlii   in.nine  HuyAV  Hduuufiie-Mire',  In   ;iririiii   nm  iiuim.,    ..,.....,.,..   ..............~,   .������������������������������������   ".....'.?...���������     '  "'*.���������* '*        """.  -Mill i-u ������tuiain.*a \tIUi tliiU" ucucval iruUo in������.rJt* tli* "Ji������y<Dr c'com."  &mm**Mmi-mm*M  *mjtme**WiKim>~- Mr^m  vkH f      i  mmm SHB    BEV1SIW,     GBESTON,     B.     a  ���������PURELY HERBAL-Ho poisonous matier.  AHTiSEPTEC���������Stops blood-poison.  SQOTHSHS���������Ends psin sz- SBJariisg.sls.  PURE���������Best ior baby's rashes'  HEALS si! sores.'  Heavy Horses Are  Again in Demand  Our Salubrious Climate  That Hudson Bay ex-factor who af  the age of 94.danced with his wife; at  Montreal's celebration of the 250th  anniversary of the granting of the  Hudson Bay charter is a great adver-  Transport Comp.'.nies Consider Horse  For a Five-mJe Haul Cheaper  Than A Motor Dray ' tisement of" the salubrious North, and  J.  L.  Dougherty,  representative  of also   of   the  fibre   of  the  "gentlemen  the   Ontario   Department   of Agricul- j adventurers" who flew thc company's  turc in  Kent  County, in an  inteview'flag at the remote posts of the Great  points out that there is a good future .Lone Land.  to breeding of heavy Horses, he saysrj  L"2-_   "For   a   few   years  past   prices   for '-  heavy horses has not been  rcmuner-  .t jative to tlie breeder, hence there has  been a marked decrease in  the number of good heavy horses to be had. j  This  scarcity, coupled with  the fact \ Shown by pallor of the Face and Lips  flint    trail ct\r\t-t    nn-ni-nn-nioo    Xtcixrtx    -frtii-ri-rl ���������������-*���������*. ���������*���������������        ���������       -.-  "^7"OUR good intentions dos&'ipsy thc grocers9 jl  ���������ills.   Your family has to liv "  lon't.    Secure a Monthly Ir  Write for pamphlet to-day.  ���������sr 0*r  1  bills.   Your family has to live even if you H  don't.    Secure a Monthly Income Policy s  now.  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. \  Winnipeg,  Regina,  Saskatoon,  Edmonton,  Calgary, .Vancouver.       S;  (Agents Wanted in Unrepresented Districts) S  . ~J*JSt  EARLY SYMPTOS  -BLOQDLESSNESS  that transport companies have found  out that the horse for a five mile  haul and under is cheaper than the  motor-dray is resulting in increased  demand and good prices for first-class  sound, heavy horses with good feet  and plenty of bone of good quality.  "April 22nd's issue of the Breeders'  Gazette, published in Chicago, contains the following information relative to the horse industry: "The Consumers Co., of Chicago, gave an order  ten weeks ago for two hundred and  fifteen geldings weighing 1600 pounds  ���������How to Obtain New  Blood  Anaemia, or lack of blood is so  gradual in its approach that it is often  well developed before the patient is  sufficiently alarmed to consult a doctor or take proper treatment to restore the blood to a healthy condition.  The earliest symptom of anaemia  is loss of color, especially in the lips,  gums and membranes lining the eyelids. Then comes shortness of breath  on slight exertion, such as going up  stairs, palpitation of the heart, increased pallor of the face and lips.  If this  thinning of the  blood  is not  FORD    CAR Streamline Hood  Covers Bras3 ONLY    *fe 1 *f   (\ O Fits Cars Previous to  *    Radiator          ** *  * * ** V 1917. Write for Circular  The Burrowes Mfg. Co.        -        TORONTO  When  JL-X  ger9S Scored  and over for which they arc willing I corrected it., will proceed rapidly until  to pay full market prices. Notwith- a complete breakdown in health fol-  ���������1 in r-r* the fact that since  th'e  time   'lows' when there may be disorders of  the stomach, headaches and backaches  !&m&JfttMss!tKti!4fes^vtgffi@Ji^  standing the fact that since  when the Consumers Co. placed their  order weekly receipts at the Chicago  Markets have run from 800 to 1,200  head; this company has purchased only 60 head. There are scores of other  concerns in Chicago and in every city  ���������������������������������-������ A   *��������� VI /.'.���������������*������������������*������������������/" ���������* ������*���������"* +\-,m~    f. -lm*lM X* fjfrlllflAen  **t       m j-.Ia.-j- IvU XX* ������.������ &XXXXIXIX- OltUttUWU.  They fully understand now the advantages that would accrue to them from  the use of horses rather than trucks  in the conduct of their cartage departments. Thc same issue contains  the .information that a pair of geldings came into the Chicago market  last week which cost the buyer $1,350.  In the country, farmers would be well  advised to resume thc breeding of first  class heavy horses."  MONEY ORDERS  ������ America's Pioneer  I Dog Remedies  /  BOOK   ON  DOQ    DISEASES  and  How to Feed  "Mailed    Free    to    any  Address   by   tbe  Author  II.   CLAY   GT.OVER  CO.,   INC.,  118    West    31st-street,  New   York.  U.S.A.  ���������vnRnvonnnrMrMHKKtaBi  Keep Minard's Liniment in the House  World's Greatest Crisis  ?l*e ?<W* of a. Piano is  ���������fee Action     Insist upon  HIO&EJ  Jud Tun kins says that this year's  farm hands expect to make enough  to come back next year as summer  boarders.���������Washington  Star.  A Qlltll  and Ade  Red   Cross   League   Faced   With  A  -Gigantic Task in  Europe  Raymond B. Fosdick, formerly of  Buffalo, and for a time acting as the  undersecretary-general of the League  of Nations, and who returned from  Europe a few weeks ago, says in a  communication to the New York  Times:  "No one who has been abroad in  recent months, in contact with the situation in countries like Poland, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Czecho-  m Slovakia and Jugo-Slovakia, can escape thc belief that Europe is plunging to a catastrophe besides which  political questions such as boundaries  and indemnities arc insignificant. So  far from getting on their feet, these  countries are sinking in a quagmire  of non-production, stavation and disease, which only thc united efforts of  lhe rest of tlu- world can keep from  spreading."  It is Mr., Fosdick*s conviction that,  "Europe facts a catastrophe of appalling proportions, measurable in  anarchy and loss of life on a scale  hitherto undreamed of." This accords  in substance with thc statements recently made by Henry P. Davidson,  formerly chairman of the war council  of ibe American Red Cross and now  chairman of the. general'council of  llic Red Cross League, which embraces thc Red Crn.'-r, Societies of twenty-  seven  nations.  The general council of thc Red  Crops league decalrcs that "any volun-  dizziness and fainting spells. The  most effective and prompt way to increase and enrich the blood at a time  like this is through the fair use of  Dr. Williams Pink Pills. These pills  have restored to good health thousands of weak, anaemic people, anion?  ������.-,,.,,  Ti/rtr.. *������r t-1 x-~    ~c tv...   a _  lllviu    AV11D3    J-VJ-ctC   JOU11DLUU,    LAI     L   LJ * L   Al  thur, Ont., who says:���������"Between the  ages of sixteen and eighteen I worked  in a telephone office, and it was very  trying to the nerves and health. I  became bloodless, and so pale that  friends often said I looked consumptive. One..night I had to be taken  home from the office, and a doctor  was called in who told me I must not  go back for a time. Sometimes^ I  would faint, and to walk up the stairs  would leave me utterly breathless. As  I did not appear to be getting any better one of my girls friends, whose  mother had used Dr. Williams Pink  Pills with great benefit, advised me to  try these. I took the pills very faithfully for some time, with the result  that they restored me to good health,  and now when anyone tells me they  feel weak or rundown^ I a1 ways recommend Dr. Williams Pink Pills, as  I feel so thankful for the help they  gave me."  If you have any of the symptoms  described by Miss Johnston try building up the blood with Dr. Williams  Pink Pills. Eat nourishing food, exercise a little in thc open air dai'y  and watch the color return to cheeks  and lips. You can run no risk in  giving Dr. Williair-s Pink Pills a trial  as they cannot injure the most deli  cate system. You can get these pills  through any dealer in medicine or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Was Sure How ������he Duel Was Going  To End  Many good stories are being printed about Clemenceau just now in the  French newspapers. One of the best  of them refers to one of the several  duels he fought in the stormy days  of the Dreyfus case.  Clemenceau arrived at the railway  station���������the duel was fixed to take  place near a village some little way  out���������at the same time as his oppon-  cnt-  The latter was first at the booking-office window, and asked for a  return ticket to the place agreed upon. Then he stepped aside and gave  place to the "Tiger," who quietly  asked the clerk for a single ticket.  "Afraid you will not return; eh; M=  Clemenceau?" the other said, sneer-'  ingly.  "Not at all, monsieur," was the  quick response. "It is my invariable  practice to make use of my opponent's  return half���������when I've finished with  him!"  When ordering goods by  mail, send a  Oct.  minion  Express  Money  Order.  &ook'g Coftott Root  A -aJe. reliable repttlatit-jf  medicine. Bold In tfcre* edca  ffree������ ol Btrength���������No. 1. *lg  No. 2, S3; No. 8. -~ per,bos^  Sold by all drUfguta. or -tn.  ������ repaid oa  receipk of  price***  res     pamphlet.       Address J  THS COOK MEDICINE CO4  I98OBT0, OSTo tjumits SUSss*  ������    -jji. essrJB     snef  jg������-^g*^-W'"'ge-J������-������\S;8*g3 m nn<>T*,*t>  >br  SLACK. WHITE JAN. DARK BROWN  OR OXBLOOB SHOES  PRESERVER-LEATHER.  jiotiatt*     c*>i������da  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  Among thc most curious modes of  salutation is that of the Malays and  other Polynesians,- who greet each  other by smelling. Two natives, on  meeting after an absence of some lime  seize hands, rub noses violently, and  at the same time weep loudly, presumably from thc pleasures of seeing  one another.  Broad Toed Shoes To be Style  After a precedence of some years,  it appears that the pointed shoe is  about to be shelved. According to  the shoe dealers, and the latest numbers of Shoe journals and catalogues.  there are very few pointed shoes being shown, and next fall shoes with  broad toes will be the style. This  applies to women's shoes as well as  men's, and will, no doubt, be welcomed with satisfaction by the men who  have been forced to squeeze their  pedal extremeties into stream-line  bodied shoes, "which are built for  speed, but not for comfort, and for  looks and not for endurance.  t tt       ������  nows  This?  We ofTer $100.00 for any case of catarrh  that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taker,  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous  Surfaces of the System.  Sold by  druggists  for over  forty  years.  Price 7Sc.    Testimonials free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Rush of Settlers  L  Complete Band Outfits  f I-*->fl������ilMr**.     mrrvmrjl    M000���������    .��������� .m 1 .000.���������, A*  xx0r, uiiw mux** Xrft- tttxg.atZ-.r9  - Traps -  Complete information and suggested coastitutioa for newly-formed  Bands, fre* on request.  W WILLIAMS ������!������?���������  Winnipeg,   Calgary,   Montreal,    TarantB  -Unxx Bar Rsarstt Breach  ���������WTTHOIJT PURE BLOOD HEALTH 18 IWPOSSIBtl  VETARZ0  BtOOD  MEDICINE.  BRAIN A*VD  HERUE VOOB  Trial Bottle either Remedy 3a.. leading Ctii-rr.iiti or  yetartoBemsdicaCo..Gosps-l Oak. "N W 5. L--:M*.i;i. Enrj  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  D������.i coa tnp'op"-*-*-** FOR TMe  R.B-X uLELBBU -OLItfER-KDMEVS  Invaluable for diseases of these Important orpHiri.  Grarel. l-������in������ in the Back, Gout. Rhe-iimatl-e-i. v.ct  8s.. leading Chemist* or Dr LK CLEKC MKM <-���������.-..  HAVBRSTOOK S*0., N.W.S. LONDON. E.NOLA.Mi.  Mr. Saphcddc.���������Do you think men  have descended from monkeys? Miss  Caustiquc.���������Not very far.���������Manchester Guardian.  UnioivM������ef������  Gloves  Overalls & Shirt*  nPHERE is no lime  in  worn  "     ""     that   she   cannot  l,u*v' a*c* *������ ^eco-uc* effective can only  follow thc provision of such essentials a.*i food, clothing and transportation, which must be Kivcn if the  pe-ople arc to live and be restored lo  a condition of self-support, and the  ne-ed of -which is r>o vast that it can-  tho nQ^ ,n- f;ivcn by voluntary organizations,  but must be  supplied  by  kov-  e^'jinicills.  I'.einf,' a "quitter" so far as co-op-  oiatini-;   with   the   Leaf-rue  of  Nations  i'i*      i'fin '* I- rtt r*v1       f1������r-*     1 -Jtytl/ti]      C**f-rf^<--     ., rr     ���������-.  COvei'iiiiK-nt i<; now facing lhe ques*-  .tion oi co-optiatiiif.; with the Red  I Cross league of thc world in lhc ica-  cue work of saviiiK tcnu of millions  I of  men, women  and children   from a  ������������WfWW^^ lZ :"i'"'' 'il'd '������������������'���������-������������������d^---"-''--���������<J  Lui ^--*-**- *-���������    ���������*��������� J X.....J.I La I  ..   ii,|,,ii,ii���������.<.ii^i Ji-.m..tm000tf     fc. s.     Vi inn iii ini       v. *'-.*l iti.  -tin's life  benefit by the use of Dr.  Chuso's Nerve Food in ordet  to !:ccp v.-p lhc supply of pure,  rich blood and to ensure a  healthful condition of  nervous ay stem,  Ileutlnciho.i,    nenrahrJa,    ������loeploa������  ttoaa,     nervoiifi     npclls,     irritability,'  It-rod. worn-out iccliuKN, noon -.Unrip*  ]ri>ot&.* wiKui  ituj   vlt;oi* una omu'tfy ot  lUu  ruorvr.u   ure*   l i*:ite>i'e'il   by   i.)\~  un.  ot thi" Brent fa oil euro.  B0 cont. n hnx, rt for ���������J-������.7fl, mH iltrilrr-i, ox  'iIMl������l������liNf>!l,   llnleifl   A   Vii.,   Irtel.,   'I'e lemtej.  ^s^umjf'       ������Vfc      ***h|gu^igg  M���������khi11" mtmmtwmiimt w^i������iw'ir'*''*f*<wMW������W|WW^^*rWi*'-'^^  M****V# w*l*'ti������awW' ���������WkVAVAV, itrnt^^-rnxxj^tr^jtrnm  0...miimi. ...  '���������]i������'������i.������������r������������n������iiiii,iiii*iiniii������<iii������ii  tfamwst  i i.i:'.*Hl   ll.,  last  oi  !i**h !;ii'.j"'. dicel e.n th  ili.i:   ..lerji i'.i:,'   k*ii;1,.  tlie native J'.uif-  - 1<:illlf("e-lcel -.f(rr  Bob Lon(< Say������:���������  "My overalls ;me:'l filiirtn tare roomy  rUHfooiiifejiinlile-, nnil mwd* ������i>pr������  cially for farmers. I -le.'ilKiiret  tlicm with tlie.* lilwi tlmt yon inl(jht  want to Klrctclt youi- ;irm:i uiul  Jcfc-i occneloiHilly."  BOB   LONG  G I-i O V E S  will nutwcui- any other uiuke of  ���������filovo on tlio imnkct, lieoaue>o  tlicy uro mode hy -.killed worli-  ri.m ,x      t'mrtrx.       ]l.m      . ��������� 0,V 0. Am .1 f     .itfttrm  leuther obtainahlo.  InNtnt nn rfcttinrt lloh Lfm|  Ilrandn from your dealer������������������  thcy will tMivc* you money  R. C. LONG C. Co., LimlUJ  VJl-'Aycc:     TORONTO      Mewiwt!  mr H<'t.00     *M    ������r "-.WV rrr**-      ". d * 0    m    *v*.Vn*4  Known from Count to Count  I)                                                                                                                                                J*>4>r������  icilrraffrMrrttlfffrt1**irrllr*1'fr--rr***������������������-1 it- ��������� ���������- ��������� -.��������� ������:���������������������������...0:���������  ......  Americans Are Flocking to Western  Canada This Spring  More settlers arc coming into Saskatchewan from thc United States tins  spring that at any time since thc outbreak of war, according to figures that  have been received by local C.P.R.  officials. While this influx ia considerable, it is said by these same rail-  waymen to be nothing to what may  bc expected later in the summer.  During the first three weeks of thc  month twenty settlers arrived here  from U.S. points on the; ��������� way to land  they had taken up. Five carloads of  settlers' efTcct9 were registered at  Portal as passing through to points  in this province aud 23 cars to Alberta points. Settlers arc also coming through Kingsgatc and Emerson,  the traffic at the latter place being  particularly heavy and as many as A6  c.l'hjud*|   uf   cJTvjcL.'i     |j,i**j.*>iii|^       l!troU*.;lj  the port of entry in a day.  Ever  iCuuody  the True Gentleman  ever   believed     lliiit     King  George made the discourteous remark  about President Wilson attributed to  him, but Republicans have been disseminating tlirm in Ihcir -genera! eel-  fort to discredit the president. Now  come;' an official denial of the whole  story from Japan. The King of England is ever thc true gentleman���������some  thing which, unfortunately, cannot be  ['���������:iid of all the Republican Unitrd  jSi.it'-'i Senators. ��������� The  Philadelphia  lev .   . *  Airrnn Cloudb coice-s Scwnm-a.  ArnsR Despondknct couks Joy.  AlTEll SlCJ������*N'"E3'J COMKtl HkaLTII.  AS-TEll \VK-AX1iE33 COUgH STttKNGTIf.  In the spring: when you're "all  in"���������farced out ��������� blood thin, if  you will turn to Nature's remedy,  ft tonii*- nini-b** from wild mots iintl  barks, which has stood fifty yeai*3  ns the best sprinp; tonic���������you will  find strenRth regained. No need  to tell you it's Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery, liut up i;i LiLlct  or liquid form, and ^old by every  druRgist in the land. After a hard  winter���������shut up indoors, your Mood  nr������*vl-*i ������ Icmwrniwi' tuni*', i* ti^'-ne"'-  builder and blood-maker such as this  "Medical Discovery "of Dr. Pierce'i-!.  SAiisrrA, Ont.���������"I'\va<i In a very bad  condition. I could not ---it without leel-  Ini-rdlstn-isevi. Hnd iudlnfi-tttlon ho bndly  I wn-\ alwuy*. In uilsory. I had liver  troublf* as w������|l, uini tlie������i two juft put. rn*  'down und out' for ubout Wv* yturfl. I  bad many u*x>- doctor-^ but got no ruttnt.  F    tool'    J*(.r"t4tr   \>lt.ri*IL'm   (]jt\t\*.,l    KlrMllr-Dtt  0     ....���������  r..-m"���������  w,  N.  U.       UlO  bottles I wbuj much taiprove*sd, and In )e.v~  trl-.f*.^;   ������ e-jr   x-t 4, r *; V rj|   J   Vf T..*!f  ITfM- T   C*T,'t.-'-   ?',L*.  .,..., !-��������� -     ���������      I' *      -.    ' 4-  xr.lj ...11.1,1  ��������� l.-_l  <4U XxAy    .��������� tri W   Wll..   \lH,~.i.. i~.  ���������tew. Auum U-J-xsiii.. 'Ami fturatut H-,  H.uiill TRflS  CBESTCS  BBVIB'W  Local and Personal  Fob Sale���������Pony, 5 years old, weighs  about 1000 lbs.   W. B, Muir, Creston,  ��������� Korse, harness and buggy for sale-,  G. Dayie, Canyon,  A full stock of wire screening just  arrived.    Mawson Brothers.  For Sale���������Buggy, in good shape  McCreath's Livery, Creston.  For Sale���������Two Shorthorn milch  cows.    Ashley Cooper, Wynndel, B.C.  Oil stoyes on the monthly payment  plan  if desired.     Mawson   Brothers.  Duck Eggs For Hatching���������Peekin  at $1.50per dozen.  W.Davie, Creston.  For Sale���������Bay mare, 5 years old,  1300 lbs, price right. Enquire Review  Office.  OIL Stove For Sale���������Three-burner  Florence, good as new. Mrs. W. V.  Jackson.  Owing  Piano For Sale���������  good condition, $250.  ton, Creston.  ���������Erard  piano, in  J. A. P. Oromp-  For Sale���������Tomato and cabbage  plants. Also three pigs 10 weeks old.  li. Stewart, Creston.  For Sale���������Horse, harness and  buggy, also light dump cart. Morrow's'blacksmith shop, Creston.  Poultry Por Sale���������Dozen Plymouth Rock hens and one rooster, all  purebred.    L. A. Davis, Creston.  Salvation Army set-vices in Mercantile Hall eyery Thursday night, with  young people's meeting' at 7.30 and  adults at 8.15.  to a shortage of space the  May school report and the financial  statement of the emergency hospital  will appear next week.  Mr. McAlpine has lately arrived  from Liverpool. England, on a visit to  his son, who lately purchased the  b'orward ten-acre ranch.  Insect Powder kills bed bugs, fleas,  lice, ants, mosquitoes, flies, etc,, 35c.  can. ready to use. Dong Barney,  Pacific Restaurant, next drugstore,  Creston.  Morgan Long is spending a few days  in Cranbrook at present, where he is  taking treatment for a touch of blood  poiconing in the first finger of his  right hand.  F. E. Loveday, manager of the Fruit  Growers Union, was at Vernon the  latter part of the week, for a meeting  of the BC. Traffic and Credit Men's  A- sociation.  All the stores in town advanced the  price of bread- on Tuesday. It now  sells at 15 cents a loaf, or *->even loaves  for $1. Up till now it was two loaves  for 25 cents.  AI. Hendren and .1. P. Johnston  have been at Kitchener the past week,  where they are erecting a new store  and office building for the Paulson  lumber firm.  The demand for pantry products  was  greater  than   the supply at  tbe  nmoro  ORESTON  Best Quality  Presbyterian sale  day afternoon, at  was almost $30.  ������������������ind tea  on  which the  Satur-  intake  For Sale���������Span Percheron horses,  well matched, weight 2300; also harness, wagon, sleighs and plow* al! Id  good shape. Enquire at McCreath's  liyery barn,   L. C. Davis.  C. O. Quist left the latter part of the  week for Metiskow, Alta., where he  will spend the next few months assisting his sons at farming operations.  Yesterday was the King's Birthday  and in addition to the usual list of  races at which some $25 was distributed in prizes, the children were treated  to an auto ride to the Canyon before  the sports started.  R-. Lament has commenced the erection of a new one-story real estate  offic������ on a site between the Imperial  Bank and the office occupied by Rose  & Timmons. The rear of the building  will be utilized as a garage.  Rev. C. O. Owen of Vancouver',  travelling military chaplain for B.C.,  will take evening service in Christ  Church, Creston. on Sunday at 7.30.  He will give Lister its first Anglican  service in the morning at 11.  Miss Lyda Johnson, who has been  at Victoria Normal School since last  summer, was successful in the final  axams. last month, passing with the  full senior standing, which carries  with it the advanced diploma.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild at the  June meeting on Tuesday discussed  the matter of getting away from the  guild idea and forming a woman's  auxiliary. The decision was to carry  on as at present until the end of 1920.  Commencing at June 1st the hours  at the C.P.R. station have been fixed  as follows���������town time: Freight 'and  express business from 9 to 5, with  1.45 to 2.45 for dinner. The telegraph  office will be open from 8 a.m. to 9  p.m.  Creston Board of Trade meets in  June session on Tuesday night. As  the question of affiliating with the  East Kootenay associated board will  be discussed it is specially desired that  there should be a full turnout of members.  r*~:.   Smtr-G-m-t'y  ajiltter  Buttermilk  Milk  always on sale.  Delivered anywhere in town.  Shipped to any point.  f^RBD  K.   SMITH  Entries for the proposed Women's  Institute flower show were due to  close on Tuesday. Unless considerable more of them are made it wouid  look as if the show would have to be  abandoned.  t        ~r*    i     js  & wo ^arAGSu&s  Mason & Risch  Pianos Just Arrived  They consist of beautiful styles  and finish. Can be bought on  eaby terms, at very little more  than pre-war prices. Write or  phone, or call at���������  Mason & Risch^LtcL  Phone 41.      P.O. Box 615  NELSON, B.C.  IN ANY BEDROOM  ir is of the first importance to keep everything  in sanitary condition.  ORIENTAL RUGS  .small si/e-s are ideal iloor coverings for bedrooms.  '.���������(f-r '-uiu- an attractive assortment in  all  sizes for  very   r'i'iTi;   at    reasonable   prices.      Come   with    your  > **.'���������*.' our display of Oriental Rugs.  in  friej.rh  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company Manaw  M. ./. HO YD  It Snmfltimpft  It WIIKrHllllKIV'U'  Happens  ,   e-ve-n   a   lirst-r:l.*������-M   aiit'irno-  i.-e | ii 11 '--i  ;   'le.   u,i  ��������� 11. i. 11 i,  e    . \ e 11  IK-  ��������� iiii'  I .,,*  it-  lie-  ,1,1'e-    t |'l I'-lt.V-.'OI't.ll '  in?. !;' it    ���������:'.\)'-w r  Attm mtx W* Sf-m mttmtmx st. m  B.KS-X l UIU  / innatt nr?or.  nirini***i<ftr ~r\\m  ii  PI   im  mtnr  The stores are now paying 60 cents  a dozen for eggs. Butter is retailing  at 75 eents. a drop of fiye cents in the  last week. There is now a good supply of dairy butter and the creamery  article is not being imported to any  extent.  Mr, and Mrs. Attwood got back on  Tuesday from a ten-day stay with  Cranbrook friends. Along with Mi-,  and Mrs. Adams they made the trip  to Invermere for the East Kootenay  boards of trade conference at the  week-end.  Vital statistics for May show the  Valley population to have been enlarged by the arrival of four brand  new citizens���������all of them girls. There  were no marriages and no deaths.  For June, however, cupid promises a  better showing.  Creston has decided upon a Citizens  Day celebration on Friday, June 25th,  and the committee in charge of the  affair is meeting to-night to arrange  the sports and other attractions. The  best boliday of the sort eyer seen here  is being arranged for.  Local painters report 1920 the busiest  season in their line in the last half-  dozen years. Jas. Adlard, who has  -just finished the exteriors of the R,. B.  Staples and Jas. Cook residences is  now brightening up the house occupied by C. G. Bennett.  Tomato planting is due to get underway at high pressure this week. The  Juno full moon is now safely passed  and all those who refrain from setting  out plants until after the full moon  are busy confident that further frost  damage is not at all iikely.  A notable transfer of town property  was effected at the week-end when  Mrs. Ben Long disposed of her residence on Victoria Aye., to Mr. Tung-  stead of Millet, Alta.. at a price in the  neighborhood of $2500. The purchasers will get possession immediately.  The June meeting of Oreston Women's Institute is called for Friday  next. June 11th, at 3 o'clock, when Mrs.  M. B. Long will giye a talk on the  care of bulbs. Other business will be  in connection with the forthcoming  convention as well as the flower show.  Will tbe party who was seen removing the tire, inner tube and rim from  tho disabled Gray Dnrb car at the intersection of the Rodgers' and government roads on the evening of May  21th kindly return this property and  say-'.' trouble.    John Hobden, Creston.  During the past week C.P.R. crews  have been here generally improving  the ioiup;my\s property. The station  platform has been repliniked in spots  aud a new set of steps put in leading  up from Wilson Aye. The residence  or agent Swanson has also had considerable interior repainting.  Geo. Mead arrived from Natal on  .Saturday on a yisit, to liis mother, and  incidentally to recuperate from an accident he KUHtained a couple of weeks  ago while horse buck riding, the  animal tlmiu'ing him and aluui.si,  breaking one of his legs. He is now  milking good progress toward c:i m-  plele recovery.  i\  -'hip   nf   a  couple   of \i-eel<-s  IVeshvlei iaiui had services on  Creston Fruit Growers Union this  week receiyed au offer for their entire  stock of sugar at a price a few cents a  pound higher than they are selling it  at present. This would indicate an  expected shortage and makes immediate sugar- buying a decidedly worth  while investment.  Messrs. Constable and Hayes got  home on Sunday from their trip to  Invermere on hoa-d of trade business.  Residents in the Columbia Valley  state that this year's accumulation of  snow is the heaviest ever and giyen a  little steady warm weather the cannot  see how the worst floods in a dozen  years can possibly be avoided.  -"  Rev. G. H. Hamilton, local Methodist pastor, who w^is expected back  last Saturday to resume permanent  charge of his congregation, is apparently not in the good health he appeared to be while home the fore part  of May. Latest word is that arrangements are being made to send a man  here to take his vvork until late in the  fall.  Town property has been on the  moye the last few days, the latest sale  being the store property of Mrs. W.  K. Brown on Victoria Ave., opposite  the Methodist Church, which has  been purchased by Mrs. Bruce, who  will remodel and occupy it as a millinery store. At present Mr. Morrow is  residing in the premises. The price,  we hear, was about S1600.  The delegates to the board of trad*3  conference at Invermere last week did  some very effective boosting. On  Monday, W. R. Kimpton one of the  oldest and biggest ranchers nn the  Windermere side of the lake, arriyed  in Creston to look the Valley over  with a view to locating here. He has  lately given an option on his place and  is hoping to dispose of it.  The drugstore property on Wilson  Ave., which the Beattie Oatway Co.  will vacate about the middle of the  month, was purchased last week by  Mawson Brothers. The firm propose  to make some interior improvements  before moving into it about the middle  of July. Mawson Bros, also own the  vacant lot next to it which will expedite any further expansion in the  way of bigger premises.  new roads and repair work it is announced that almost $45,000 will be  spent on highways in Creston Valley  this ye.-:r, if labor is available.  F. G. Little, who had the distinction -  of owning the first motor car in the  Valley���������the Pioneer Ford, which be  bought in 1912���������is now entitled to  rank as tbe Pioneer Overland owner,  having this week taken delivery _of a  light four, the very latest in the Willys Overland manufuetnre. With the  mayor again in the auto owning class  nnd Hnghie McCreath handling a  Ford truck, Foster will have pretty  much of a monopoly on 1920 weather  guessing.  Hon. Jonn Keen, of Kaslo, M.P.P.  for this constituency, spent Wednesday and Thursday here looking over  the districts in which new roads and  bridges are contemplated for this year.  This was Mr. Keen's first visit since  undergoing almost six months hospital  treatment with a like number of operations last year. All are agreed  that he -never looked better in the  four years Creston has known him  intimately, and he certainly has lost  none of liis old time activity in getting about the country and generally  looking, after his constituent's interests.  The local mill of justice will be  rather busy on Indian grist this week.  Provincial police Vaehon having unless than four of the reds due for trial  on the arrival of R. L. T, Galbraith.  tbe Kootenay Indian agent, who is  due here today (Thursday). The trial  list includes a stepson of Louie Luk*\  who is held on a charge for theft;  Old Nick, who faces a charge of  branding other people's cattle; White  Louie, who was apprehended shooting  deer out of season at Twin Bay one  day last week; and Leo. who is  charged with obstructing the police  while in discharcre of his dutv.  The balance of the good roads making machinery arrived at the first of  the week, the latest equipment being  the power for the crusher and the  steam roller. Engineer Ramsay will  be aiong any day now to select the  stretches of road that are to be built  into permanent  highways.    Between  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF  LATTER DAY SAINTS  SERVICES EVERY  SUNDAY  at 1 p.m.  Mercantile Hall,   Creatou.  Everybody Welcome.  We are now ready to  receive Express Shipments of Rhubarb.  We are the one Commission house that gets results.  Once tried  with us.  you will stay  . 0. MT M\Wl  Lethbridgs,  Saturday, June 5  PRISCILLA DEAN in  Pretty Smooth  When thieves fall out honest men  go to the penitentiary.  Part 5  Red Glove  COMEDY  Wednsd'y* June 9  TOM MIX in  Western Blood  A cowboy in society.   Thrilling  stunts indoors and out.  MUTT & JEEF  s   FOX NEWS  Black Strap MOLASSES, reg. 35c. tin, at  30o.  Seeded and Seedless RAISINS, reg. 30o. pkg., at- 25c.  Quaker MACARONI, reg. 20c. pkg., at 2 for    35c  BICKLES (gem jars) Sweet, reg. 70c, for  65c  SALMON, reg. 35c. tin, at-..  30c  White BEANS, reg. 12Ac. lb., at  10c.  .*\ri--i*  (-1 1'sl.eiU  Muiiday   with    l-tcv  Kelinoi'l <>n,  Alln.  '���������ll .      Thi'   I |>i',eLe'l  llll-  re I.l.  fell)  lie-  .      I...  xt. llin-e*  !..*.* ������������������*. i vii .  tee get he'll',  Prof. Barnard   of  occupying th������>  pul-  i.,   '*,     -*,llii'l'l.   at   tile'  , i       ,   ,1   e*   ,  '"���������������������������"    (������������������ ���������   moniha   will  he- nvail-  . uit.n ..! Iici* mini:;, en;  FjVov* '������������������' <h������ regular price office, a pound Rainbow  Coffee- would be excellent value. There may be  others just aH good, but certainly thoro is no better  coffee than Rainbow. A waving of five cents a can on  this a real saving indeed. Thc same applies to our  special in Salmon, which lias nothing superior to it  Tli<- oClh-ial u'.m'h'T report for May  e-.liot.vi. Ileal (he- \\ill*-y ueis fuveueel  with   a lul nl i .-in I'**-, 11   fe.l*   I lie* moiltrh of  UH  UIC  111  1  XI   LLLL  *���������*"*  1  rtiVl  I   I  sonic lines these live-cent  savings  are wt  >rM  -j  *  i \v  iiie  f'HCANtP SI  zpp:,ppppyZT'.zp\MAz^S,OM   BROTHERS  I lie'   nii'ieiuy r-,lii>\vi*d four  di-un-i-u of   1  .   . ~ .   . it ��������� rr-N .00 , . I | >    .���������  ���������.'J.'" '*      '������������������'        >-..���������       -���������        ....... ...-^.r .......... ...-,,,',-.,      !,���������, I ' 4  I- ,,-,! ,1 x, M    .f ������ VV , . | *.���������������������. * . . -������  eij-htli   uli  ��������� I., t ,. 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