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Creston Review Apr 9, 1920

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Highest Standing: Senior Third-  Donald Young, Edith Crawford, Ivin  Compton, Junior Third���������Ollie Christie, 'Arthur Stark, Joyce Moore. Senior Second-*���������Marion Learmonth, Ben  Crawford, Jim Cherrington.  Fes-feet Attendance���������Alfred Boffey,  Leslie Boffey. Edith Crawford, Ben  Crawford, Ralph Christie, Jim Cherrington, Ivin Compton, Bevbert Manuel, Naomi Porter, Knth Porter, Arthur Stark,Ivan Staples. Annie Smith,  Harry Smith, Albert Sherwood, Lily  Wilson.  Division III.���������Miss Hvnt, Teacher.  Highest Standing : Senior Second���������  Alya Qnist. Charles Cotterill, Ray  Oatway. Junior Second���������Fred Christie. Edna Nisholls, Naomi B-ejl. First  Reader���������Clarence Staples, Lily Lewis,  Alex. Henderson.  Perfect Attehdance���������Fred Ch r i stie,  Edith Couling, Alex. Henderson* Elizabeth Lewis, Helen Moore, Clarence  Staples, Louise Ross.  Division Iy.���������Miss Roy, Teacher.  Highest Standing:' Second Primer  ���������Muriel Oatway, Arthur Conling.  Letty Couling. First Primer���������Gertrude Boadway, Jean McCreath, Laura  Holmes, Receiving���������Howard Bohlee.  Aileen Spratt, Toai -Qrostbwtvit.  v '.Pei-f^t^ 'A^L:  drbBova������ : iTer Eva  Christie, Letty; Couling. Arthur iCoulr  ingv Frank-: Crawford, Jean Bender,  son, Beryl Nicholls, Bessie Boadway,  Grace Bohlee,   Howard Bohlee,   Mary  was awarded Mrs. Walton with a  score .-of 79, while Mr. Stimson took  the gent's with 77. The consolation  prizes went to Miss M, Kingheim and  Baby Carlson. Dancing started at  11.80, with supper shortly after midnight and dancing again till 3 a.m.  Mr. and Mrs.- B. A. Pitt-Brooke returned on Saturday from their honeymoon, bnt*as their house was nnfinish  ed they left again on the afternoon  train f or 'Proctor, returning on Tuesday. They took in the Easter Monday dance at Pioctor and had a.yery  fine time. They got settled in tueir  new home Tuesday afternoon.  Editor Review: ^  Sib,���������-The combMttee of the Soldiers? Memorial .vy^uld be glad if  you would afford space in your columns to place before the subscrib"  ei-8'the present position respecting  this' fund. '-?ZZ Z?-.'\ ���������/"' '  By a majority Vif subscribers it  was decided 'that, the memorial  should take the Vform of a monument. The committee on appointment set to work'to collect funds,  get out a design &nd find a suitable  site.    As to a site it was  decided  ~*-~   m-*-4m  ssn.x*������-~V--> ���������        i-^l n *r-t-na  tn t cabi&cvVrir-fifa      *k������^ * ���������*-������������������������ -mm      +*���������.  that the only* possible position was  a spot close to th* temporary memorial, opposite the Bank of Commerce. ���������   ;-Z\\.  On   enquiry,   however,   it   was  SDrincr work of eyery descriptioij is  in full swing here at present. Plough-  ���������ing is 'much in evidence, crew is busy  putting iu fence posts on several of  the allotments, while the stump blowing work has been resumed with all  the old time vigor.  Lister misses Mr. and Mrs. S. Coop  and family, who left a few^days ago  for New Westminster, where Sam has  taken a positioh, The house vacated  by him is now occupied by Capt. Row-  bury and family.  Mi-. Coop is succeeded by Geo. Paton  who had been his assistant for the  past six months, while J, Sibley has  been promoted to the former position  held "by Mr. Paton���������that of cost accountant.        '/���������  The builders are busy at present  putting up new houses on the farms  of D. Chalmers and D. Sinclair.  - A meeting is arranged for Saturday  night at which "a Ladies' Auxilia-ry to  the G.W.V.A. will be orga-oiz-ed.   The  meeting is called for ������t 7 o'clock, and j scribers have beJfen -cohsulted  ut its.. eoneliiHym ��������� the. ladk":   '���������**'���������*- -���������������������������*���������*���������������������������<  charges costs, $210.34 per acre; fixed  cost, 6 per cent.; equipment cost, depreciation, insurance etc., $94.24 per  acre. This makes a total cost of 37S  boxes of apples, 469.40 or $1.211-2 per  box.. ' Adding to this the cost of  management, etc., the cost per box is  brought up to $1.54 1-2.  It is questionable if .any of Dean  Clement's listeners realized that the  box of apples which. they sold cost as  much as they do. The figures which  he had quoted, he pointed out, were  average figures which he had gathered  in an effort to find put just how Brit  ish Columbia apple production compared with other sections.  United Farmers  mm-jmrrnvmrnx-m.  rouna tnat tms site, m view of the  gran,me they were able to execute  proposed  extension   of C.P.R. lines-r  Mr. and Mrs. E- Uri returned unexpectedly on Friday from Spokane,  where they had been on their honeymoon trip.  E. S. Butterfield spent the wepk-end  at Proctor looking up old friends.  Mrs. R. 0. Eakin arrived from Cranbrook last Thursday, and in future  will reside permanently on the ranch  here. ,  and freight  sheds, and   other pos-  ��������� *������������������������ ^ - ���������    j.'  - - * '���������.* i*  ���������**-*.������ L-^i ������.  *4������������������������kly^������^*-������-������-a.-������������T'o   -*r������ckor������fr-k-Ky     tr W7r*������ii ir*  OIU1C    \AX3 X-  Ki~,-~'l:jTt--a\~l-~%l*-S     ItVMft   0LSJ ey      M.mv    -tr  T-rT.mm.m~  be unsafe to utilize it for the purpose intended  The committee, at their last  meeting, decided im der the circum  stances to call tlie subscribers together andi placiiig the Facts before them, call for a decision from  them as to the filial disposal of the  fund. A delay* owing to the infln  onsa epidemic, arose in eauing'this  meeting, but it will talse* place  shortly.  Various  suggestions   have  been  made as to its disposal:    To.use it  Local and Personal  xne noy scouts naa planned two or  three hikes for the Easter week holidays, but due to the snowstorm and  subseduent slushy weather the tramp  to the new high leyel bridge on Monday was the only feature of the pro-  C. W. Allen, manager of the Imperial Bank, is now entitled to member-**  ship in the local auto -club. He took  delivery of a new 1920 model Ford this  week. Jas. Adlard is another of our  citizens who has joined up with the  a r������ t n-rsej 5 *n cr   **- -- -���������r*  snivnit  ���������*"���������������������������������*������������������>  rf-lirint-r-lo  -00. -  ���������������..-������,  ,^.     S-ttrt    lrx:v SrSvwx ���������  ii!      UUC    tMlllUHlg  rx*r    rx       0xv.\v*V4-.  XXX    CV      *^#rU..'*A*������-r  MUv  but  rr-*hVi?!->f������ will be ''oils-* -until ths sub-  and also hi aid 6f a hospital;  nothing  Chevrolet.   :  Average Weather prevailed on Sunday, but possibly due to the fact that  there were no church services in the  town the display of hats and new togs  was hardly up to regulation Easter  standard. Merchants, howeyer, report, that business in all lines was the  heaviest ever.    -  will -be  guests of the"Vvts. at a social^ dance.  The annualymeeting of Lister Local  of the G.W.V.A. was held last week,  the chief business of which was the  election of officers. Jos. W. Bell was  re elected president; Lance Lowes,  first vice; and R. Milner second vice-  president; with N. Stones, G. Bera-  hard and W. Wright named as the  executive.  Creston     hospital,   on  Mr.   and    Mrs.   Harry  ���������ZZ&:  i&-*-St;&������&*-  $1.54 Prodiictibn  Cost Box Apples  Birth���������At  April  6th,  to  Bathie, a son.  M. Wigen has his mill running at  full capacity now.  The C.P.R. steel-laying crew that  has been at Wynndel for a couple of  weeks, pulled out on Tuesday.       x  Mrs. R. Uri has her mother, Mrs,  Morrison, and her sister, Mrs. Walton,  staying with her .it present.  All the pipe equipment for the overhead irrigation sytems have arrived  now.  M. Ilagcn and Uri have tho contract  for digging tho ditch for Wigcn's  main feed pipe line, and are making  good time ut the work.  Mr. Stinson loft on Tuesday for Ncl-  * son on a business trip and expects to  bo away abont three dayn.  Major Mallandaine of Creston paid  Wynndel a flying yisit on Sunday.  H. ChriHtin of the P, Burns Co. staff,  Creston, was here on Tuesday on a  beef cattle buying trip, and totlc buck  a fine steer with him.  opiiviK   work   Is now getttiUK under  *.���������>���������������.*) liCiC. *   H.UI1 .1 l;UH-,.'l'       t.j      rw.t.rj  ploughing the* Paul Ilu gen phu-c  John Bathie and Babe Carlson are  iilifunth*;*; HtiimpHjimd .lack Brooke ex-  i-h'--Ih to Ht.ai't, iHillinir utimins ni-vt.  week.  The whbi* dvivo and dune*-, at. the  Hchoolhotim* on Saturday night wan a(-  I    .    I     >   I .-  ,,   I......   ���������...,,.. i        ���������-.'...,.   i.er.e..,  nf  pinye'ii-  and    tiunwtuui.   unlueiUciii  We'll'    III    l-Vlil������'������l������e*.        ilu*    I.Ulien      |ili/f  Harry Carey, who made such a hit  with the movie fans at the Peekin on  Monday night, is booked to re-appear  on Saturdav night, April 17th, in  "Riders of Vengeance." This is a  thriller along the same lines as the  ���������'Gun Fightin' Gentleman"���������only  more so, and Peekin patrons should  keep the 17th open in order to see it.  A full synoptds of the several reels will  appear next week.  William Farnum, ihe famous star  of William Fox photoplays, will be  seen at the Peekin Theatre next Wednesday in his latest de luxe production  "Wolves of the Night", said to be the  moHt powerful dramatic picture in  which this great screen has been seen.  The story is of a mining engineer  who, having sought in vain for copper  ore in his land in thc North-west, has  converted it into a sheep ranch. A.d-  joinging is a mining plant in full  operation, owned. by three men who  covet his property.  The hero. Bruce Andrews, portrayed  by Mr. Farnum, is sent to Chile to investigate some mines. While there  he is imprisoned in a mine through an  explosion, and newa is conveyed to his  who tnat he iiuh been kiilt-u. tit*! escapes after days, but ia crazed by his  sufferings.  The denouncement of the atory according   tl'   ICpUl'l, io  (MIC  tlf   the   ������������H;ot,  dramatic ever seen on the screen.  TO THE PUBLIC  Im  ... i  ��������� 1IU  c:\iiq J'omo mny mi.r;uudcr-  T I.S -.- - .   -II. ... . .1.    . . ���������  jjivj^-,.������.iy*^ Jjiii....   .uiti:i*,i.*il.i*  nit-ill, thin will advise that I  am the authorized Kord Dealer, and  have allowed   the Ber-  Vll*.-      ( rllllll/l'    >e      llll I  I M    I-I III I I ;���������>   i,  only, providing   they   fulfil   it.  a.  i-l.   Ill;  v  jti-i.  I  At the recent Western Canada Fruit  Jobbers',convention held in Vancouver  some interesting figures were given to  the delegates by Dean F. M. Clement  of the "Uhiversity College of Agriculture on the cost of production of apples in British Columbia...* Dean Clement's address was listened to with rapt  interest by the prairie fruit men, who  in many cases had never heard just  how . much it. costs to grow, pick,  pack, market und ship a box of apples.  Amongst other things Dean Clement  said that there were insofar as satisfies could tell, between 3000 and 3500  orchards in the province. Speaking  of the average investment per acre in  apple-growing sections he quoted the  following figures: North Yakima,*  $1000; Hood River, $000; Wi-natehee,  $1025; West Colorado, $025; British  Columbia, $1102.22  The yields in British Columbia fur a  period of five yea is average as follows:  Trees   five   years   old  average 2.82  boxes per tree.  Trees seven yeurs old average 4.32  boxes per tree. .  Trees-! eight years old average 4.74  boxes per tree.  Trees nine years old avecage 0.14  After the trees have yielded for nine  years there Is practically no increase,  having reached their maximum. This  means, figuring on a basis of seventy-  llve trees to the acre, a yield of 480  boxes per acre.  In the figures showing the j-iold for  the various orchards, yarylng in size  from one, to twenty acres and more,  tlie following Interesting figures were  quoted by the profoHsor:  Orchards, one to liy-n acres, yield ii.ls  boxes per tree.  Orchards, six to ten acres, yield 5.01  boxes per tree.  OrchardH, eleven t������> twenty uurus,  yield -KB box���������**���������--��������� |������-������- t���������������������*���������������.  Orchards of more than twenty acres  dhow that as tiie size of the orchard  inciica*>v(ji thi- yield per iiw di-i-reiun-u.  Busing his uvmagei** on a yi-*ld of .178  boxes to the acre. Dean Clement  quoted the following  figures.    Labor  ���������������<>���������.������       ������������Wl'{ir������     ������W.*     Il.l.-     nm      11     ill. r,i-M  , n* ."((',  cents   mi   hour; handling. .cos.t,A.40.4b  |   J.1.1 nt.lt  i h'ottr.lh.        j'������tt.|.l(, IllJl.irO  The 10-acre SiBysoutri!.ranch^formerly owned by J. G. Smith) changed  hands the latter part of the week, the.  the buyer being* K.: Andrew, who ..has.  jusV-'molr-f^  Mr.. Andrew owns a place adjoining it,  and this buy gives him.Id acres of fine  ranch property. ���������,     .  ���������' Rev. R. E. Pow, a former Presbyterian pastor here, now in charge of  the railway Y.M.C.A. at Cranbrook,  was a Creston visitor the fore part of  the week. Two of the children. Cyrus  and Naomi, accompanied him and a^e  spending the week in Creston. Mr.  Pow returned on Tuesday.  A shortage of instruments is holding up the installation of new telephones on the local line. There are  about fifteen wanting phones put in  but less than half that number of  phones are to be hud. At Fernie *the  company has orders for about 50 and  can only supply fourteen at present.  With a considerable programme of  repair work as well as new road con-  struction planned some apprehension  is felt as to being able to secure men  for the work. Laborers in other lines  can readily get as high as 55 a day.  but as yet tho government is not offering more than the old time $4 for the  eight-hour day.  Geo. Cartwright has nn interesting  local announcement in this issue. He  is manufacturing a quantity of sweet  cider and those who have a weakness  for this beverage should order early.  Tho Review has s.implert the product  and can vouch for the quality. The*  price is 70 cents a. g.illetn���������the buyer  to supply the container.  Death carried off another of Cres-  tonV quite old time citizens on Sutui-  day last, when John Eckstrom passed  j-way at tin- Ci-aiibrcxik howpiiai, r������������  which institution he was taken about  six wcekH ago. Deceased was 70 years  or age, and came iiei-e in unz irom  near Wetaskiwin, Alta. lie had a  hnlf-acre property next the Cherrington place on Hillside Rimd. and was  very highly r������.---p>.-������:U-d l>> .ill vtlti-  knew him. Tin remains were brought  to Creston for interment on  Monday,  lt������V.  II.  K.   PeiW. of tamihiouU, .ie-.-* uiul  A special meeting of Creston Local  of the United Farmers was held on  Saturday night, with President W.  V. Jackson in charge, but with but a  fair turnout of mdmbers. The chief  business of the session Was the report  of the president and C. O. Quist, who  were the locaLdelegates to the annual  convention at Victoria.  A brief, but interesting review of  the business was giyen, the two delegates, managing to cover the ground  nicely without any overlapping in  their remarks, / Two of the resolutions  sent from here were unanimously  adopted. These had to do with tbe  prohibiting of Orientals from acquiring new lands or leasing areas of any  size in .o.v., aou tue seconu was tue  one asking that the B.C. government  speed up proceedings to determine the  feasibility, or otherwise of Kootenay  Flats drainage. The resolution from  here requesting the B.C. Farmers to  go into politics was not con-sldered-  Although the same request was made  by-many locals all oyer the province  the convention decided to keep out of  politics until such time as the farmers'  movement was completely organized  throughout the entire country. Several resolutions of one sort and another dealing with the prohibition  question were all passed over without   ���������    rxrxXZ I :__*...l _*'  OrUJ-r    CXVJVtXdtt    XJXJXXX^    VAACU.  .  A matter that provided considerable  discussion was the question of letting  down the membership *hars so that,  others than those engaged in_ agricultural pursuits could become members.  Opinion for and against any change in  the present regulations in this regard  was yery evenly divided and it was  decided to let the matter,stand until a  ���������Stigei;* attendance ���������- sras- in evidence.  At the last meeting the secretary having been instructed to enquire at head  office as to powder his report to the  gathering was that information had  come that the U.F. and Institute  prices would be the same, and it was  agreed that the Institute might better  be patronized.  The' meeting enthusiastically and  unanimously approved of having a  hospital at Creston, and pledged the  membere to do all possible and the  organization to support in every way  any moye to establish such an institution. It whs also decided that a  permanent resolutions committee*-*  should be appointed to whom matters  of that nature can be referred. The  members of this will be decided upon  and announced at the next meeting,  which is culled for the 17th, the meeting deciding that in future the regular  monthly meeting should be on tbc  third Saturday of each month. A resolution of condolence in the death of  Charles Cotteril was passed and the  secretary instructed to forward the  same to Mrs. Cotteril.  T  A������mpk^-~^S-j-.4������yf0  Vancouver. B.C.,  March 25, 1020.  Patrol Leader Swanson,  l-rest-on, U.C.  Dear Sii,���������We learn from our Cranbrook agents, the Craubrook Agency  Co.. of the good work done by yourself .iiul some ������>f your scouts at the  time of lhe fire at the Catholic Church  iu Cict.tnn, anel we appreciate the fact,  that it v.':::: largely duo ������������������ your --rompl  services that the fire was got under  control. On behalf of tin- Sprin^tleld  Fire and Marine Insurance Company  |ie-iiiiii et.-. to i**|������i ���������������.-������������ tiiti ������il.tiii-.*- ,<���������  yourself and the boys who worked so  Valiantly under your command.  Yours verv t rulv.  MACAULAYiV. NICOI.LH.  Medicine  Hat. A Un..  March '������1, ItrjO.  T. ?.!.  ���������Hi.  pilu>lU*^   Uu'iu, nun   e.utuij*   ixli.li^  Uic burial service.  I      near Mil*.��������� We have this   nflerneion  j I Vcvi Vi'et   tin*  Cl >*.*���������! nil    Kn'Y ii"A    i.Ult.iiH-  i ing  your contribution, mul  w������>  must  i e*������-| ruueii >   ������. i mjii .ti ulat.   y..;;  'ii1,;; ; ;ly ;.:;  tile   very    Kple-..eliel    \ eikioil    Vein   li;iv������'  'given   the   slorv of   Itoyal   ltouseheilil  1 Klonr.       Y������<*el   ;e1������-   ���������r-eriu'nlv   ���������;ifleel   In  I more Mum the oidiu.-rv extent, in be-  OwliiK   to   the   attetutancu   or   mum** t ing aide to si;t\* noelose to fmrts in t he  hers belni*' lemi  than  u dnxen  the an- ' u������.������- of \ ������*i ���������-<-. '  To   take   care   of   the   bieuauy   in-  ^r^....������.!���������,^     A/tlftlH-Wrtll-tK l/>     l,ll(l1lr.t.������..ra      I ... I U. .. I . ������\  . .1 ....... .,,,      ..................      .....   l... -  Pontfoton nntl  XX m        \~-4~~\,  Vernon   the CPU.  another ivlre.  will  (    IIUUl        IllC-Htlllf,       I'l  I HHHOCtutlon    liUfl  -S. J X .X Xi 0.4 4 Xi*\f g- IM1|  to   h������.!   aeljoianeel  fur  i  ��������� in  OuiRi-e  ii.-.   Hint,  I'lnin   Mill*-  t".    14.. t  ,.   .-,    .*  c,  I.lei.  H,���������^1* *l������o*"Wv ntv������iMirritivV*m*tmxL^^^it.^tiA ^gH^fv^  . - - ,   .     ...      ���������.-r.,���������---���������,,-. -*#*���������'&<!$&  np^'^M^mwm^p'- ���������*������������������-���������  a i*a^'W#4!rwi*1*^ir?'H*n������ j*tfi^^������^;'^i)-^ "g^^^  ��������� ������������������- ���������-- ���������ww-iigjajaw *  ������������������'*^#*5!^eS(K!e*iP'^^  SW|-!WW������*IIRP^^  LdU,i-m������ <AM'L?:m**i'td*t*  IHHMHi II*  ������BOS     BEVIEW,     GRE&TQK,    W~  \i Your Food  Ferments or Disagrees  just Read This!  Thousands of broken-down despondent dyspeptics have recently been  given back their health.  These happy people don't proclaim  it was a miracle that endowed them  with a new lease of life���������it was simply their-common sense in selecting a  tried and proven medicine, one specially adapted to their particular ailment.  All these splendid cures were effected by Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which  beyond all question have a strange  power to restore a weak or ailing  ���������stomach.  If your stomach is tired and overworked try Dr. Hamilton's Pills, and  note the prompt improvement. Pain  before or after eating wilL disappear.  You'll no longer have that nauseous,  gassy, bad tasting sensation. You'll  get a real vigorous appetite and  digest what you eat. Lots of well  digested food is bound to increase  your strength, to make you brighter  and more ambitious; in a week you'll  feel like a different person, in a  month you'll be permanently restored.  impassioned contents and threw them  away. Alessandra. Bulbul, and even  that adolescent'beauty, Rosa, would  have kept them, read them over and  over, dreamed of sentimental possibilities, shown" them, to the other  girls, and possibly have bribed the  little ladies' maid to have engineered  a poste restante at the corner of the  garden wall. Roxana consigned theni  to the famous sewage system of Paris,  where no doubt they floated on their  proper level. Some of them may have  sunK.  Rugglcs decided that the best method of procedure would be to come to  a clear, mutual understanding. Roxana had just said that she loved ���������  literally translated, liked���������him. Ruggles took his point of departure from  this reckoning. But before expressing  himself, he decided that he had better  put Roxana right on certain figures  of speech, which 'might afterwardsj  lead to misunderstandings.  "I'm mighty glad you think so much  of me, Roxana," he said. "But you  know there's a lot of difference between liking a person and loving him.  And there are a good many different  kinds of love."  Roxana's eyes glowed darkly from  her pale face.  "I have them ail for you, Ruggles  Effendi," she said softly. "Why do  you not love me, too? How happy  we could be!"    She sighed.  Ruggles felt the blood pouring into  For folks who are out of sorts, not \ his  face.    "I  guess  you  don't   quite  feeling just  up  tc "the  scratch,  per-j realize what you're saying. Roxana."  haps bothered with headaches or  constipation, to them Dr. Hamilton's  Pills will prove a boon.  t Filling Hta*  Own Shoes  in  ��������� B--S   ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with  Thos. Allen,  V.  he said.  "But indeed I do," she answered  quickly. "Why should I not love  you? And why should you not love  me? Do you know any girl more  beautiful than I? Do I not please  you? I can sing for you and play for  you and dance for you. I know the  Circassian gesture dance and many  others.    And where could you find a  _:_���������!   ...!*.).     ,:.    .__.,_   __   J���������;,��������� j .���������t.  gn 1    walii   auv.ii    Hctii    d������   nunc   dim   au-vn  a skin and a body that is neither fat  nor thin, and���������"  "Roxana," Rugglcs interrupted,  "you mustn't say things like that."  "Why not, effendi?" she whispered  softly. * "Are they not true? And am  I not yours? Did not Hamid Pasha  give me to you? What may I not say  to you, Ruggles Effendi? For your  eyes, there is no veil across my face  or across my heart."  Ruggles  leaned  back  in  his  chair,  breathing rapidly. There was a sweet-  (Continued.) _ ! ness and a seduction in Roxana's voice  Oddly enough, Roxana s point oi sucn as ne. naa never heard in any  view was merely the Oriental adap-|other, while the childish simplicity of  tation of Ruggles's, and^ as such quite |ner WOoing cleared it of all smmod-  reasonabie. She bad-belonged to -.ia-. esty. She 5spoke from no heat of  mid Pasha, who had been as a father * - -    - ��������� - - -  to her and had loved her for her  beauty and attainments, which affection  she rendered in kind.    But now  }___The. suit of the young Baron von  ' Hertzfeid was aiso approved by Ruggles. Not only did he like and admire Von Hertzfeid, and believe that  fee would make Roxana a kind and dutiful husband, but he was anxious to  see the girl safely married and established. There was something in the  expression of her tawny eyes, when  for a second they flashed into his, that  made Ruggles nervous and ill at case.  He felt that he .was dealing,with a  prirninitive nature, which he would  never be able to" understand and  which contained high potentialities of  mischief. He hoped that matrimony, |  with its attendant responsibilities,  might tame the savage instincts that  he was able-to _sense beneath his  ward's quiet and self-contained exterior.  Roxana appeared to be quite content with the arrangement, and was  much pleased with her engagement  ring and its superb diamond. The  wedding was arranged for^ October,  when Von Hertzfeld's family would  be able to'assist  (To Be Continued.)  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by all Dealers  Doug2a3 & Company, Napanee, G&%  '<i~~^���������L. .' ' .���������.-./, ..'.'..A. ..:������������������'���������.: a ���������...,.~^a  Old Clothes Dyed  Make New Garments  Hamid Pasha had been taken to the  bosom of the Prophet and Ruggles  ���������was his heir. Ruggles had inherited  her, Roxana, with " other of Hamid  Pasha's real and personal property.  There fore she was his, and why in  the name of all that was i-*-asonable  should he not enjoy her, just as he enjoyed the other benefits? The Occidental precepts of Miss E'liot and  Miss Challand and Mr. Falconer and  others had slipped from Roxana as  rain from the back of a duck, not one  drop soaking in. Theory was all  right in its way, but facts were facts.  She belonged to Rugglcs and was  glad of it, because he was beautiful  and brave and kindly and generous���������  and young.  In her heart Roxana had been sorely perplexed at Ruggles's behavior toward herself. She understood quite  thoroughly her worth and her desirability, and had no difficulty in translating tin; thought*? that were written  in men's eyes as they met hers. She  km-*,**.* ti-.a.: l;<*r beauty was phenomenal, her voice a nightingale'-*;, her  mind vivid and alert; not like that of  many ���������.vomr*r. she had known in dif-  ������������������arer.'n*-*���������*iori.iid, selfish, sensual,  '���������P..      She  v.Ti*":  a mountain  piA  ��������� 0-rl        r-i-1 r*\ v (.        * i ** ���������***  : ".an;? of frost  tv:us,::' -- u-.iil ������������������Av.Li', coM water!  to bathe than swrotmcats'  and jc'r-v-r-k ami mas Lag*- and heavy,  exotic, iti rim.:' thin:;;?.. She was a  ma id ���������*:.--* eifuinid for tiie Yildiz Kiosk  (th*- S::'t:i-)'*-: ha-v-m) vj!*,"������������������* fr*ive:i to  Jlr-iTiid ���������'-.-���������.y.'i-.i by A'ii'i nl Manuel, anel  therefor-**: her ripph* of Inio-.vledge: still  bun-:: from the: bough. She had never  desired to taste thi-rci.it until  j'-i-aggie s  VVail<e'.;isy     .-jiioe-:  hael braved thc  fere*  sr,,'  10',  and the  oi   her  r  In   v;hicl  jktt'-n'l).,    l.-eT^   nt    ���������(lie  ���������Conit;*any of America  "V/ralei   ol   Mi-i-i   f *.11 ���������������** *,   ilia!.   ;'.ie".i>;'.'rjj;'*;-  hensihl-"   woman, nrul  walked  into  the  liaremli.''.-   of   ''."���������   '!**n:i*-t "1   Hamid   P,-..-  ���������ha.  Jt   ail   ::t.r.,;r.i\   very  ana,  -ahih-   at   'lie   *-.;������������������  Infr-ly "')ery/levi)>:'-.     Sm*  in   V,Z: .  ...���������i  ... .1  ',.   ���������  passion, but plaintively, like a child  hurt at having withheld from it something which it feels to be its due. The  ravishing Roxana was begging for  love as a little girl might beg for promised sweets.  Ruggles could find no words with  which to answer her. And the sweetness of her as she leaned toward him  entreating his favor was that of orange blossoms drenched in dew. Not  one man in a hundred could have kept  his head in the face of such an appeal from such a source. Some girls  are fashioned for work, and some for  play, and some to pass the time away;  there are the true and the false, the  motherly and the wanton-hearted, the  artists and the earthy. Roxana was  fashioned for love; her mission in  life, for which she had been trained  from childhood, was to please. Art  and nature had combined to fit her  for this faculty. And now, when she  wished thc most to fulfill this function, both failed her. Roxana was  hurt and puzzled.  "What is it, Ruggles Effendi?" she  asked. "Have I done anything to displease you?"  *'Of course not," Ruggles answered.  "But, you see, it's like this Roxana.  Before Hamid Pasha died���������"  He was interrupted by a light step  on the gravel path, and a white-clad  figure   appeared.     Then   a  voice   that  rush,  of free air | both recognized as Miss Elliot's call-  anel the free use' rd:  "Mr. Rugglcs--"  "Here I am," Ruggles answered.  Miss lilliot drew nearer and stood  for a moment looking at them as thcy  sat close together on thc wicker  bench. It was too dark to see her  face, but when she spoke, her voice  held  a  peculiar  cold  note.  "Baron  von   Hertzfeid  bar.  called,"  saiel  she.    "1  iv) nie-.et in it i.  "All     right,"     'Rugglcs  "V/.;M.l he in  directly."  Miss   Klliot   turned  and  two Montereau brothers. This Baron  von Hertzfeid wants to marry you.  What do you think about it, Roxana?"  Tlie girl began to toy with the gravel with the tip of her little slipper.  "He is very nice," she answered in  a low voice,-"and very handsome. He  is a Jew, but I have heard that the  Jews are very kind to their wives and  give them a great many presents. Besides, hc is very rich. I will marry  him if you wish me to, Ruggles Effendi."  ���������H-Vr 4*-.X*. 1 :-l.-l~*3-4r>..~rrril.r.  XTVJW    LUctt a    ������c������i   aciisiuie.,       -liu6&"-'  answered, greatly relieved. It flashed across his mind that perhaps he  had been unjust to Roxana. Why,  this girl whom he had regarded as a  lioness was after all as docile as a  kitten. "But before you marry him,  you'd better find out if you really  care for him," said he.  Roxana siightiy raised her splendid  shoulders.  "It does not matter," she answered, j  "Tf  I  am  to  marry like  a European  woman, I  will  do as they d0;    If I  do not like him afterwards-r-I will take  a lover."  Ruggles gasped. The kitten seemed to be showing a little claw at the  end if its velvet -nnw.  "You mustn't say things like that,*?  he protested. "Nice women don't  ever think of that sort of thing."  Roxana smiled, and her white teeth  flashed through the murk. '  "If you loved nie, I should never  deceive you, effendi," she answered  softly, and her lithe body swayed toward him. "You would never have to  watch me.    Aie���������my dear���������"  Her bare arms slipped up about his  neck, and she rested her head for an  instant on his chest. The odor of. her  hair was in his nostrils. Then she  loosed him suddenly and rose with a  little shudder.  "I will do as you tell me, Ruggles  Effendi," said she.  "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, Shabby  Apparel Into New  Don't worry about perfect results.  Use "Diamond Dyes." guaranteed to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to any  fabric, whether it bc wool, siik, linen,  cotton or mixed goods, -��������� dresses,  blouses, stockings, skirls, children's  coats, feathers, draperies, coverings���������  everything.  -The Direction Book with each package tells how to diamond dye over  any color.  To match any material, have dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  Inventors Form Union  CHAPTER XXL  Ruggles met thc brothers De Montereau and liked them, which sentiment was cordially reciprocated. "Un  hommc charmant et tres distingue,"  was the verdict of thc Frenchmen.  Madamcde Montereau. with the family solicitor, had an^ interview with  Ruggles, thc marriage settlements  were drawn up, and a formal betrothal was announced. Thc double  wedding was set for thc first week in  September.  Numbers Amongst Members Notable  People in World of Industry  and Research  And so one of the latest additions  to     the    ever-growing   list  of   trade  unions is an  inventors' union.    Such  an organization was recently registered in Great Britain, and already numbers amongst its members some notable people in the world of industry  and research.   For the purposes of the  new union, the word invention is to  have   the    largest   possible  meaning.  Every kind of forward effort, from a.  new. educational scheme to a new device for utilizing a waste product, may  consider  itself  ah   invention.     Then,  an effort is to be made to raise the  whole status  of  the inventor in  the  public estimate, to insure, in fact, that  invention   sha'lP be  seen   for  what . it  undoubtedly is, "a distinct branch of  technical research."    All this is very  welcome and. commendable. ...Inventors axe  certainly entitled    to    much  more    protection and encouragement  than  they  now  receive. ��������� Christian  Science Monitor.  ���������"���������"THE "Bastlakc" Round End  -*��������� Stock Tank Is very popular.  Made of highest quality, heavy  geivaaizsd iron; the. heavy sun-  ing is firmly looked on -a-ad the  strong angle iron braces are  formed around the tubing. Side  seams have double row of rivets.  Bottom is turned up inside-^-the  strongest eoaatruoiion known.  -"Essilaks" Tsnko bso rl&ht its overt  rivet. AU ���������trie* inclading.Hooee T������nk������,  Cistern*, Granaries, Hos Troughs,  Gasoline -ind Coal Oil Tonka, We-Joo  Tank*. Snow Meltere, Peed Cookers.  ������e��������� "Well C-srbla-S, Cojro-ijated On!������  verte, Gara-fea.  Am.fw.f.l~~r ere fix Tmbyon went.  189*W;  -liimiccL;  ***Z;9^  Sentenced to Immediate Death  It happens every time you treat a  corn with "Putnam's"���������Corn dies ���������  never returns. Nothing so certain and  J painless as Putnam's Corn Extractor  ���������try it. Fifty-y-cars' success guarantees its merit. 25c bottles at all dealers.  For Coughs, Cold-V  and the relief of in-������>  .fliimmatory;; condiuona'  ** of' Uic throat arising'  from Bronchial, Asth-f  matic  affections   and  derangements   of the,  Respiratory    Organs-.1  Prepared from Spruce  Gum and other medicinal agents.   Success-  jj fully used for 60 years.  Always buy ibe Lam* Sl������������  mEl>fS:P*^!CEf#u|||-  B. C. Dairy Produce  1:1-  lillv  !-.i������!'  ? 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"1  , . ���������      'i      ,  .i .        i- ir .     ft'      * *  ,       .       ��������� r.0.'      ���������'       4.t. ���������.!,..i, mt.y,      X.II U \4 l-t y.LI  '.;i'i!/.  ,..' .������..������������������ r.  .rl *'i   L     linililil   1      r.K'11.*.     ...jylUL     ..ly  iliai.   v.iy." ;���������!ii^jr-left  wrut Oi*.    "I v-ziwit  to   nee   you   ttirlB   happily  mumed  lo  ... -*������������������������*. .  Ulllll        mitlliUIHiM. HI). J,        UlllUUl        ������rr.tiU  AleiH.inelr.i *.'/ill vrohabVy marry these  Oregon, 111.���������"I took Lydin XS. Pink-  ham'fl Vcgetoblo Compound for an organic trouble whicli 'Of dairies  handling  pulled mc down un- \  til I could not put my  foot to the floor nnd  could scarcely do niy  wot'lr, and nn I iivo  on n smnll fnrm and  raino nix hundred  ehickena every yeor  It mado it very hard  for mo.  441 Hnw the Compound advertlfled in  our paper, and tried  it. k. Ihih reHioi-j������J  my fienlth bo I can do all my work and  I am eio grateful that I nm recommend-  Injy It ���������<"������ my friend*."-��������� Mm. D. M.  A������Ti������*n������   ft    *}���������   A   On-jir-oin. II).  Only women wholmve HUliencU ttiio sj~.-  liiie ii ut nueli ivt-iuhteeMi and havodragft^'d  rlonvj from day to day can irealiz-H the  Weeiiiiui wiiicii tiiiN iTuiiiuuu iool tu'id herb  temady, LydiaE. Mnkham'aVeKOtabllft  Cuiii|ii>uud, uiouifhi lo ~Htu. AlPii'i.  Womuti -fflve&ryw'ior-o In Biro. Altera'  Great   Opportunities   for   the   Dairy  Farmer in the Province  Interesting statistics of the dairying industry in thc province of British Columbia havc recently been given  by the minister of agriculture.  \  There arc twenty-two creameries  manufacturing butter in various parts  of ihe province*, liej &tijr.s, j<jui choi-a*.-  factories anil three farm dairy faetor-  ics   for   manufacturing   fancy   cheese,  or distributing  milk or cream, or mnnuia-ctnrin.r ice  cream, there arc in all 45.  During thc past year tho creain-erieg  produ,*e:,.l 1,688,000 :** ;i'-:iJ.'' ������������������"-.���������' butter,  valued at $1,018,197. In addition to  this there were 630,000 pounds of  dairy butter, giving a total butter production valued at $1,375,697. Ajiart  from the 630,000 pounds of butter, the  dairies supplied almost ten million  gallons of milk nnd 2iy,(XiO gallonh of  ice cream. The output of the cheese  factories was 304,502 pounds, giving  in all a total dairy production valued  at $7,148,-688.  ���������tireat opportunities itill c*,;.i;it for  tbc dairy fr.rmer hi th**; provhi*?'- however, for Uritlsh Columbia utill hac to  import, uJiionif other thlngb, the greater pnTt of her butter uupply, *an is evl  Japan Denies Report    i  Story That She Bought Victory In  1904-5 "Preposterous"  London.��������� The Japancs'c Embassy  here issued thc following statement:  "Referring to thc news circulated  in thc last few days to the effect that  Japan bought thc victory over Russia in 1904-05, thc Japanese embassy  declares this is entirely groundless.  Moreover we suspect there is some  foul play involved in thc rumor.  "The story, of course, is so prepos-  tiirous and chimerical that it hardly  deserves a formal denial; but In view  of the fact that several papers printed  it is well that It should be noticed."  r���������  i v  At all I>ruaar|������ts in Conndn. Wri*������ for V.t-o   r:"  P** y\i\r,0    ���������*������.������;* i������-1--.*.,*..*.4. ('i.td*,.������.*������ ti, il, t*,.  eunuiUun" alioufc p������x>iit ������>y L������v .vc-aai- \*cr pan o! Her nutter uupply, nn Is ������vl-  ^-".'.^���������it!-;::, w.;.I tr U.'.crc ure cxy cowi- 'dsjirsd by thr fnet thr.? -nhuont ^vl.OOO,-  I l1l,c*tV)"B^w,rl*������ ^41* E' FlnH,am,B '000 worth of thin produce alone -were  P  I U ctvour Beii-vfc������. |t>0Dulatlo������.  Ltd     ���������*rn>l'������'������Ji  . ��������� ^ L.-I       yr���������      0.tr.  Sweet Healthy Skin  By Using Cuticura ,  Promote nkin purity, skin comfort and akin health hy making  Cuticura Soap, Oint-  kucin     ttutl     AmiLrLlt'ix  lyour every-day t^He'.  1 preparations.  Just t uch any  redncfiuor roughness  vdtli Cuticura. Ointment. Wash off In  five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot  w������tc������", licit applied  -    - ���������> ������ ��������������� *������    ������   .1       ������������     .    ,   C.  ,-  ..Z.x.,0tr.  |*,*iil*.,ilw*l..r,v*..'   .. -i.x  . I  . . -���������-..  derfully, and continue bathing a lew  momento.   Ittnse tvltb tepid watte.-.  Drv cently und dust on a lew grains  Io! Cuticura Talcum ruwucr, m I������ib-  e dnat!r.-j fra-jr-ancs for jwwderlnw  & and perHumlnn: the ~1~u~,  j     Contrast thin simple, wliolenome  I irreRtmf nt whit tlsreoeamni maBBaglna I  | und uuui)pulaiiii|f������ Q  B  Bft^ssaianr*.^*-  **JiA_uwa������a'Wrtssti������g������������ia������er^^  -MMkataiu,  Ktei!ffiftiSffl*fflffiS9SI!3fflB19sffi %r**  7; "-  "^T.^s^^tty.ri.:-Jui mm������������������u-u.uj������i if ?wtarn ^\mm..nmammia^^  1  ���������THE     BEVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.   ��������� CL  ������ ,eM  A   jr.-      >  It  FARMERS BREED PERCHERONS  The only breed of draft horses ever shipped back to England from  Canada, for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed of draft horses in"NorthrAmerica'-are--Percherons.  The safest inv-83tment in draft horses today is Percherons.  A profit to own���������A pleasure to handle.  You will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if you use  a Percheron sire.  WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE^  ~*~i us out you in touch with the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.  ��������� Mefoao^  The   Canadian   Percheron  iiorsebreeders8 Association  WiUiamH.WiUson, Secretary (Desk A.), Calgary, Alberta  Tl  Sports Among  Citizen Soldiers  ���������*���������-*���������?  11  BAR U AND NAMAEA FARM PERCHERONS  The largest stud of the Pure-bred Percherona in the World. The Sist Percheron-  breedtng Farm Established ia Canada. The only firm on the American continent  from which British horsemen have selected Percheron breeding steels to establish  studs in Britain.       > .���������-���������'-"    ���������'<���������.-  Do not let the British breeders come to Canada and carry off all our best foundation stock. Do not be satisfied with the cheap cull stallions brought in by irres-  Spnsibie dealers and stallion pediars from the United States, when you can buy the  est individuals of the best breeding raised right here in Alberta by men that have  been in the breeding business for 25 years, and expect to remain in the business.  We have seventy-four head of Pure-bred Percheron Stallions ot our own breeding now  on hand to select from. You can see their sires and dams, and if you cannot choose  one from the lot to suit you we will give you every assistance in our power. Write  for prices or come to Calgary Alberta, and we will meet you and show you the stock  ftt any time.���������Address:  GEORGE LANE (Desk ������.), CALGARY, ALBERTA  keenest Rivalry In Athletics Will Be  Encouraged Throughout  ..''.'.".-���������- Victoria  : Australia's cadets, the citizen soldiers who are trained under her compulsory home defense system, have  a - warm-hearted friend in B rigadier-  General Brand,, state commandant and  one of the most ;distinguished Aus  traUan leaders in the late war. Gen  eral Brand recognizes that routine is  irksome, and he is popularizing senior  cadet ��������� work. byl combining with it  sports programs whereby the keenest  rivalry, in athletics ..'-will be encouraged  throughout Victoria. General Brand's  scheme has been enthusiastically welcomed by the boys and by citizen's  committees, who haye joined heartily  in the sporting competitions between  battalions, brigades and training  areas. This, new way of making soldiers means the introduction of a common interest among the units, skill,  discipline and clean rivalry.  WAGSTAFFE1S  *>;.'���������* ;:,.:Oi  .VJL-KA.S. AR.H  Us  Ani%44>~,4f- rm&rrrvrt.  m ������**��������� ���������XtrxjmamfjXd, ,xmr^mm- fmt~x^ -  Nocasnwflag-.  Soiled aith care in Silver F<~ru  ABSC -TOUR SROCaH FOR if  Early sprtaff brln-rs  with it COUGHS,  COLDS,  DISTEMPEB.  Be prepared.      Give your horse  "Q-r-i-ft-K^'-C**     il*0"''-G,ir*rk*^*li1**     t*m--Y-r\f\t-if-tt  OUU!!iB a    Ir/SOl-OHipC/l     ^���������Uiiipuuei'u  at the first sign of a cough. Better still, give it as a preventive  before he shows signs of sicknejs. "SPOHN'S" acts equally  well as preventive or cure*. By reason of its germicidal qu-di-tf-sa,  it expels the disease germs, abates fever, rest-orca appetite, aus  condition. Sold by druggists.  SPOHN   MEDICAL   COMPANY, Goshen,   lad.,   U.S.A.  WAX    dm, ^������. t*X  xt m*.*\ 1 -0  HUUI  licaiiii  TONIGHT TRY  imard's  ������ ������  .Srii>iiBVril ������.  for  that   Cold   and   Tired   Feeling.  Get Well, Keep Well,  Kill Spanish Flu  by   using   the    OLD    RELIABLE.  0000- x ~x.x.,rt      *rr-  ^tyrtrv^mv^i^rrv.     dvj-x T rttTT  ninAKu a   triniiucrm   wu.,   a-xLt.,  Yarmouth,   U.S.  GDOk'S ���������stt032 Roof COSSpStlE^  At.aJe,rels���������tbl~renu[aUna  Tticdtoine.   Sold iir tnrej de*  fcae������ of atrensth���������-No. I, 51S  Io. 2. S3; No. 8. ?5 per bor.  Sold by *U -dru-fgiats. or -sen*  psapaid on receipt 01 price,,  Free pamphlet. Address 5  THE COOK ���������MESBSCBM'S C6j  TO80MT0, ONT. (Kmiftf Wliter.)  niiU'JUJL  rUJ*U OUW-URSU1UA  VETAR10  WTFHOD*r PUliB B"UOOO HEALTH TS IHPOSStBIA  BX.OOD  "UEOIOXKB.  BRAJBT &HO  HERVB FOOD  Trial Bottle either teemed; Ss., leading OliemUt* ot  Yetarto Remedies do., Go������pol OXk. N.ffJ, I-oiidnii. wig.  nnwiiuon'rUtiV REPUTATION*.     "  0*1 ~t Pi CO I*** ������5-J-*H-<-S   FOB  THE  Invaluable for dliesaaes of these Important organs  ��������� Gravel, I'alns In the* Back, Rout. Itlimimattam Vrle*  t*.. le-tadlng OU-smlsts or Br t.fc CI.BIU? MRP CO..  HAVBRSTOOK  RD    N.W S   lON'DIIN    BNOI.AVn   *      e������q  mmmm00mmammmmmmmimmmmm0mmmaa~  &%,* ?rpnmf%r\c.HT_oH result SERvici  Egg-Laying Contests  a ���������. x. xtr-js. /���������������_������; cs������- l ������-. -  November 1st  Announcement has been made by F.  t~>   -n-i<r__J   t>_���������:_:���������  -xrx..sx~.r UnKoml.  Vxr,    i^lltllU,   XrlLAUXXlllLJH    ^IVJULXXt J    XXV.&UV...X���������  man, that egg-laying contests will be  continued next year by the experimental farm system throughout Canada.  These contests will start on Monday  morning, November 1.  The contests in. the West will be j  held at the experimental farms ana  stations at Brandon, Man., Indian  Head, Sask., and * Lethbridge, Alta.  The Ottawa contest will be for the  Dominion and the-others for the provinces in which they are held.  ^m xj0.^...t^      0-.X00X���������0  A ���������  - -mtrnvM^m  Visitor: I am collecting for the  poet's hospital.   Will you contribute?  Editor: With pleasure. Call tonight  with the ambulance and I'll have a  poet ready.���������American i-egion Weekly.  AFTER EFFECTS  mum  OFTEN SERIOUS  Victims  Are Left  Weak, xired and  Mentally    Depressed ��������� Tonic  Treatment is Strongly  ^Recommended  No pestilence in years has caused  more widespread   suffering   than   the  epidemic    of    influenza which    swept  Canada in the fall and winter of  ^Kicui'TATinil FREE COWt-jrv    m^* iTfi  "7(\  I  ���������r������,������v������liTiOir������H  9~\H iixlxJxi   XX  u  ���������WW  *������ 0 ry t. t V��������� T������     AI*IT\I?D(J  UXSJSHSid X       *-0S\l-JJJjX.-t.L~  A Domtaion Express Money Order for fire  dollars costs three cents.  It takes a has-been a long time-to  find it out.  ���������r\TT*>f  1918-19, and again this winter. The  danger from this trouble is seldom  over when the characteristic symptoms, the fever, headache and the depression of spirits have passed away.  Influenza leaves behind it weakened  vital powers, thin blood, impaired digestion and over-sensitive nerves.  Men and women who, were robust be-, m poWf-Hl-?   RA ATS  fore stricken with mnuenza -nna *.ocu ��������� g * ~ ��������� k?  bodies racked by pains previously un--f*| Disappearing Propeller Boats ��������� Ideal for  *        ' Shallow Waters  Marine Engines  P. R. ERECKBN LIBtirTED  X.O.O.P. BIdff., M-V    ^ Csagary  FOR SALE  Two American Billiard and seven  Pool Tabl-M, Brunswick-Balke -Callen-  dar (Kling Design). Will sell en bloc  or separately. Price $3,000 Cash, or  $4,000 on terms.  - Athletic Billiard Parlors "Ltd.,  128a 8th Ave. West      M-V       Canary  FOOD VALUE OF  PEANUTS  Oae pound of oeanuts 'contains &  little more of the body building nutrients than one pound of sirloin steak,  while of the heat aad energy-producing nutrients it is more than twice aa  much.     FOWLER'S   WANTMORE  QotfA/4   T?*-*.n fiT-f fa   a ���������������*   -minrVti-xr   ���������rr/\r>*rt  t^u^vvsk     ^   v<>-C������>>J.-������>**-\.-h>     v> *. ���������*���������������     m-x4.������mj *.t. v/       *3 t* Tm xmx  i  FARMS  Feeo  ������tTy���������;%*Wtt~~-VY'  mW~\H---~-  HOT������--V  rtePROPCftTy fgECISTER-CftygARVcg,  .^.^^i���������    isss&aEEZ  -V^tHvlxStS  Most  people  would  rather preach  } - i  half a day than practice half an hour.  CouM Not Sleep  Mr.   Earnest   Clark,   Police  Officer, 338 King St., Kingston,  Ont., writes:  "For threo yeara I Buffered  from nei-vou&neaa and sleeplessness. I believe my condition waa brought about by  overworlc. I had frequent  headaches, neuralgic pains and  twitching     of     nerves    and  HO M ELI  .  Constipation,   Headache,  Colds, Biliousness, driven  out with "Cascarets"  i  tX;!tr.a,m^"t"������"*"*"*"4"~.im"imm&40'0tmm.t"r.*..������..mw  Drive away those persistent enemies of happiness���������biliousness and constipation. Don't stay headachy, sick,  tongue coated, sallow and miserable!  Never have colds, indigestion, upset  stomach, or that misery-making gas.  Feci splendid always by taking Cascarets occasionally. Cascarets never  gripe, sicken or inconvenience you  like Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty,  harsh Pills. They cost so little and  work while you-sleep.  Reconstruction in France  musclea. I had indigestion,  was short ot breath and easily  tired.    I commenced  a treat-  , r*.      ^rx, d-tt .     .    ,   ,.,, XT r ...,vr.  menu oa xj~: -uimac ti a J ���������*-.*���������/���������.;  Food, and seven boxes of this  medicine cured me of all my  symptoms. I am now feeling  vi\j������ hundiuu poi* cent, better  than 1* was, and have to thank  Br. Chase's Nerve Food for  th������ mood heal Hi I am now cn-  joyaig.  "Or. Chi-itc'ii Notvo L<"*.h>u, K0 cititn a l.or,  tl  for  ������2.7t>,  aU  iloitlora,  or liMni-muoi*-.  Large   Part   Will Be    Restored By  September  Thc rennaisance of France, after  her devastation by the enemy, is beginning to bc manifest, and when thc  "grape 13 full thc vineyards will smite"  and a large part of France will be itself again. So thc French peasants  arc saying in thcir spring meetings.  Facta support the optimism of their  outlook. Out of 1,403 miles of railway lines destroyed during the war,  France has made \,2(s7x/. miles ready  for use by thc cud of September. Out  of 1,160 destroyed bridges, she had  reconstructed 05'/. Out of 672 miles  of canals, 43754 miles were ready for  use by the end of August. Out of  three thousand agricultural Instruments destroyed or removed by the  Germans, two hundred ihotiBaiid had  been replaced. Out of 550,000 houaca  destroyed, 80,000 have been sufficiently  r<'p:iiri"d "f*n he ulili-rr-il"   ,{-?.?.$ lulls  have been provided and 60,000 were  in piocc'j'i of construction by the end  of the past year. Out of 6,950 nquare  miles of tillable land devastated, 1,5-10  square miles have been made fit for  cultivation  at  (hc  same  dale, and  74  million   cubic  mo I era of trench  exca*  ..-,������},-...  Ur,..* 1,,..,..,  r.n.,1 ;.,  known to them. This condition is due  to an abnormal thinning,of the blood  and leaves the system an easy prey  to other serious troubles. This is the  time when the convalescent from influenza should build up the blood with  a reliable blood-making tonic such as  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Weak bipod  means impoverished nerves, impaired  digestion, a feeling of tiredness after  even slight exertion, and sometimes  even more serious symptoms. When  the blood regains its rich red quality!  the nerves"^-recover their strength and !'  the organs of the body function naturally. In fact, building up the blood  will vitalize the whole system.'  The    experience    of    Mr.    Andrew  Marty, Bathurst, N.B., will   prove of  value to a host of influenza sufferers  who  still suffer from  the  effects  of  the disease.    Mr. Marty says:���������"The  new life ami consequently new hope  brought into my life through the use  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is almost  beyond my power of expression. Following a severe attack of    influenza  in 1918, I found myself rapidly failing  in health,   and   was   naturally   much  alarmed.    I began to lose in weight, ���������  could not eat, did not sleep well, and 1  in a word I was reduced to a mere,  shadow.     I was forced to discontinue!  work because of my  weakened condition,  and   things   had   a  very  blue  outlook.     I tried a   number of   suggested remedies, but without benefit.  And then one day Dr. Williams' Pink j  Pills were suggested to me. I acted on ���������  my   friend's  advice,     began     taking ���������  these pills, and soon felt an improve- *  ment.    Every day I seemed to grow 1  stronger, and after four weeks' treat-'  ment I felt fully restored to my old- ,  time health.    From  my own  cxperi-1  ence I feel that, if given a# fair trial,  there is no medicine superior to Dr.'  Williams' Pink Pills in building up a  run-down system."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pilln are a tonic,  not a stimulant. They build up the  blood, and not only the disaastrous  after effects of influenza, but also  troubles due to poor biood, such u������  nnacniin, rheunuitism, indigestion and  the generally worn-out feeling that  affects so many people, disappear. You  can get these pills through any dealer  in medicine, or by mail at 50 cents a  box, or siK boxes for $2.50, from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  At-aerica's Pion.ee?  Dos Remcdiea  BOOK ON  DOG   DISEASES  aad How to  Peed  Mailed    Frese    to    aay  Address  by  ~x.  Author  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  CO.,   INC..  iio    West    31st-street.  New York. U.S.A.  SEAL  RADIATOR  FLUID  FREEZING  INJURIOUS  ������-*-*"*-. w  Absolutely* Guaranteed  Buy   It  At  On-ce  for   Your  Car  Sprucex Polish Co. Calgary  "Parks  \  THE  Chiropractor  PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS, ���������S.RAY. Phone Ml660;. 9 Caledonlau  Block, 226 Eifflitk avenue east.  Calgary - Alberta  MAGBALENA CREAM  Adds   Additional   Charta  to   a  Perfect Toilet  WOKEN Iiave okla oE such deli-cate  " texture tfa&t they occasionaUy  are annoyed by ckapplns or fiae lin-ss,  the begtaainff of wriakless. March  winds usually play havoc with skins  of thb kind. Milady of the West can  easily Iccep. her skia soft by applying  a little Magdalena' Cream.  A  delightful   vanishing  toilet  lotion."  Keeps the skin smooth aa velvet.  Ask Your Druggist for It.   If He Cannot Supply You, Order Direct From  MAGDALENA CREAM CO.,  No. 2, 329a Sixth Ave. W.        Calgary  M-V  r  WINDOWS AND) DOORS  A GOOD RULE TO  FOLLOW  Always   send   yaw.   Hats  and  get our prices before buying.  BUILDING MATERIAL  Wo Save You Money  A. B. CUSHING CO., LTD.  ncture Proof  puncho-v Proof A~~9  Eessy Riding  Nothing caa  happen to a  Dayton Alrleaa  Tire but wear.  8,000 miles la  tr u nr an t������ed.  Users   teat from  Calgary  Dept.  K..  M-V  Alberta  80 as  80E8������,a  31x4  for  rrord  Maxwell  ChuvcolGt  thousand mile*  of nlr-tr*ae, care-  Crea aerrlce.  leet   u������  -icmo-ft-  utrat������.  Superior Auto  Specialties  Ltd.  237, Utli Ave**. EC*  Caluary  M-V  p3HE^3Bfl0i  12th  'inmwMmmmxmmtmtmmmtmtmmmmtmm.  MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY  Superior  Auto   Sp-ecialtles,  Ltd.(   2.7,  Ave. East, Calffary:  Pleaie nend particulars of your affency proposition.  NAME ,   Ajji/iiba-i  A IralYic policeman in Chicago ord-  ������i*i'<-.d lhe*. fiiM miloinobiiK ou* Michigan  illUC s!t  v.'lsc  intiti  has al! llic money  f   ���������,i,,������i, fiir-i   1-1\ ,-.{i n-fv  nc  'Scotch Clydttidalea for Alberto.  A ������bii>nicnt of purebred Clydesdale  stallions Uu.s just .arrived in Calvary  after liciiift- imported from Scotland.  These havc been pttrclianed by Andrew Dollar, a well-known horao  breeder oi Southern AlbeiUi, and have  been whipped to add to Ills already  valuable ritud at High River.  EMPIRE CLEANING and DYEING Co., Ltd.  2J4-3G, Dept. A., 12th Avo. V/ctt,  CALGARY ��������� ALTA.  Gai.-meuU oC all kind* -cleaned, dyed or repaired.    Full information and price  list on tequcn.  RADIUS' AMD QffiMTLttMBN'fl HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED      7vf-V  IvduuilUh iuinnncaC -vulcu jUuillu, i~.t,  eeasl -deeds!! i^ee-os!!!  Vegetable or Flower  A  Wild    horsci    were    abundant    in  ICtiropc In the polished-alone age.  Zinc wan known to Europe lor S00  bcfolC      *     .iir-\i*'tA    rt*  3&1 ZJl Gmm mS3 l71X}Ur-]L{  yc.uu  iiii;  a iixcthod of c^tractlng'  .       I     T        ll.   .       r.~.  ������.      .CI r...t  lLV.I������li   LLilllr.    i.1.-^   \4X\r    VJtLiJ   yLx..y,\J V \r. ^xx  iilliueiei tn      ijiiiiin*.. 111.  ���������wlier-e.  "I  W.      t-*      VI.  taoa  UeAUllty   yOUl   LlOUlO   \rVtUt.  le>VCl>   lUiyCU.  Make your garden pay.   Our vcgcUble .tied tto.veii.  Seeuu aic the bent that crxr: be procured  Ordcf yoiiiw (od^y.  -t-l-ts OUI* ATT ACHED COUPOM  y  o^.l0^,^  /  rc-id  ���������AA"  1MOW  ������. l'M-j������������.,l������W|-^^  |lM*-l**M^**liMI***Mi**^'*^i'*|-|^'>  t' \* f\S  ^i\  ���������**  *t^  L~^  ^  sgsaaga&i^  i^wi'-iw^iiw-'ieiw'ieewiiiiieBiiii'i-eiriii'iei'iwiwiii.-ieiii  ������iriftt*-f--'t*littaii->[ito^  ������������������-v-anrianiriiiriiiiiiiMiiiii-niii  rrrlllWir-rilW,wrwiifti|w������^^-rf1w-wftr.^.i^ijwr-������*-������Min-*l.|l^  mm  nm era  MM  1 illl������ll-r������r������r������������liMlr*llt������i������eill)l������'e*ltl**WI*������l*|l*WIWW^  *���������**-"-"*- -"'"��������� ��������� ���������' iiMimrttirilnimM-MIMiiiiani SHE CBEBT0K  EETESW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription :. $2 a year in advance.  H2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,���������B.C., FRIDAY, APR.   9  ^mxBttm-m-S B>������&&'������&������������g5  A couple of our West Creston  readers have already expressed  the hope that when The Review's  suggested round table conference  on Vaiiey needs, and how to overcome them, eventuates that the  matter of school accommodation  for the community resident across  the Kootenay River will receive  due ^attention.  At the present time there are  about ten children of school age  in that section who are denied  that privilege due to their residing so far from any seat of learning that attendance thereat is out  of the question, either summer or  winter. We are informed that a  school might be inaugurated at a  minimum cost in that there is at  least one building of suitable size  and construction to temporarily  answer the purpose of a school;  all that is required, seemingly.  is for some outside influence to  get the West Crestonites directly  interested into a frame of mind  where they can agree to make use  of these temporary quarters until  such time as a permanent site and  building is possible.  Owing to its peculiar location,  even were the flats not to flood,  West Creston could hardly figure  in the central consolidated school  which it is hoped will shortly be  a working factor. In these times  when much is heard about better  university accommodation and  more normal schools it would look  as if those deeply interested in  educational affairs might better  employ their time in endeavoring  to get proper school facilities at  home before becoming over anxious about the higher education in  the bigger centres.  tal ean be built and equipped for  any such sum as $6000���������that, is if  the institution is to provide even  limited accommodation for further flu emergencies, a, maternity  wing, as well as a little space for  the general run of -cases. In his  opinion a matter of $10^000 would  be nearer the mark. In connection iwith the hospital construction %t least pne\''thmg.i:;must*. be  borne in mindyand tha*t is'that no  makeshift building should be tolerated. Whatever plan of building is eventually decided upon  should be well and modernly constructed, and designed, so that additions ean be made as required  without necessitating any reconstructing of any moment to mainr  tain the maximum of efficiency of  the, institution. In this connection, too, it will be well to see that  a site of sample proportions is secured. Certainly property values  will never be any lower, and it is  doubtful if building costs will  measurably depreciate.  DomesfsG Pmek  A Review reader, who has had  some recent experience in the  building line, tells us we are entirely too modest in estimating  that the proposed Creston hospi-  Talking of building reminds of  the incessant shout heard these  days for more houses to rent in  Creston, and how the town is losing out in increasing its population by not having more residences to let. In the lack of  citizens sufficiently opulent to  embark in the house building line  there seems to be only one" way  to meet the emergency and that is  for the residents who happen to  X-.*-.       i-*-.       4.1* rx       A. rx~x rx-irtA-       rt\rtr,rt      Ar rx       C**"* ft V.4-       VVT  l)C     XIX      IrXXC      LCXXCXXlr     CXdOb      \l\J     OlrUJ. Ir     XXX  building their own homes. While  it is true labor and building materials are high, it is equally true  that most of us are earning more  than we used to, and taking  things as a whole it is doubtful  if it costs any more to build today than it did ten years ago on  the lower, prices and wage scale  that then prevailed. So far as  Creston is concerned The Review  believes no better move can be  made by our citizens than to at  once start in to own their own  homes. As an investment it beats  saving bank accounts or thrift  stamps a dozen different ways.  Besides, the property owner is,  undoubtedly, the best type of citizen; he has a stake in the community and, naturally, is interested and active in seeing it progress and his investment consequently increase in value. Home  owning is among the first principles of our democratic form of  government, and is the very bul-  ALES  NOTE:  Don't hold your sales notes until they  mature. Any Branch of this Bank will  advance you money on them. If you prefer,  place your sales notes with us and we will  collect them v/hen due, and credit your  account.  an  m-*mmx -~4,Wm.Wm'~l%k     II        Jk V  M   taMk    AmTmi mmmi**' h^V   tllllf     M     mtftitx      M  BL-fit   xr  Jam    SmutSL  WmBLm      lM-JuHf  OF   CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  aiiCi EMftfc  alontj" with Tire Rcoairim/ mater-  .   . try  ini have advanced but wc will sell  i* a r l .        l  i  ioi     .Hetitii    <(i   mn    | n ii.i:*-������.  ���������miirnitiwwiiMMiii  mm  P  n  I  Ft -rc'iM hnvt" ;m mM t i tv- with ;i  l*'i'l   blow out  -.'nt, oiui  of  niir   I'or-rMipinc   Blow-Out   Boots;    it, will  hold  tin-;  lilV-! of I III" I.il'r.  ��������� . i ������ r *.. ��������� j .      r ���������**. **    i - / , r - i ������    e'en     ivih      ���������*.   v '     ' e t r I.' I > f I"   <���������.   I ' I  t     I    .    .      I      .      ���������.      ���������       . ... . I    \ .       .       i . .. .... ,..���������..... ..  we- li;i,-. <��������� Mn*   '���������.���������-���������'���������ir    ..im! wi!! -.' u; x i ���������--11; t <:���������*.  out- wnrlv  et  iii'insliij-i.  ! i'   "im >i<*   V;v AMY  ,'*>   i-Vji;!) .'iii*.   ''.dv.':   ''.)���������)>)].   *-\iv\y '!m-*m  cuss lis i(' ���������.-���������/-��������� <-;i������iiM-l   -, 111������| >! v   Lit'T.  Do not forget  to file your  j  T  a a n-f*"  ill Er-*  &.2L -jcvtsl.  mil -a--*-"*-"*- ���������  on or before the 30th of April, 1920  Dominion of Canada  jons residing in Canada  Canada,  em-  imrnmrnm^mmm-.m* +\ ~r\  %~a.ixyxsj.&  tay  Department of Finance  A LL  pes  ployed in -ouuuua,  ua  business in  Canada,  are liable to a  on income, as follows:���������  iy Every unmarried person, or widow^ or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,000 or more.  2. All other individuals who during thc  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  snore. -  3. Every corporation and joint stock company  whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended in 1919.  T-T rx.f-tnr. a  S. *   Xml9 m. -x0-~mi-r  to be  used in filing  returns on or before  the 30th of April, 1920.  ALL, INDIVIDUALS other than  farmers and ranchers  must use  =  ������"*������--.��������������� f-Trr-TVB  *  ������    V9   IBI  T  -8  FARMERS AND RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATION S and Joint  stock companies must itee Form  T 2.  Penalty  Every person required to make a return, who  falls to do so within the time limit, shall be  subject to a penalty of Twenty-five per centum  of the amoun* of the tax payable.  Any rerson, whether taxable, or otherwise,  who Jails to make a reiurn or provide Informa-  tion duty required -according "-to the provision of  the Act. shall be liable on summary conviction  to j neaalty of $1������<������ for each day during  which the default continues. Also any person  n-iakinft a false statement In any return or In  any information required bv tlie Minister, shall  be Hab e. on summary conviction, to a penalty  not excee'din*** St 0,0(10. or to six montbs' imprison -  inent or   co both line and Imprisonment.  I  General Instructions.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or  Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from  Postmasters.  Read carefully all instructions on  Form before filling it in.  Pret>av posftvie--oil letters arid. documents forwarded bymail to Inspectors of  Taxation.  -I  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  Address INSPECTOR  OF TAXATION,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  R. W. BREADNE^,  Coinmissioner of Taxation.  a  wark of our nation. As one humorist all too truly put it, "Whoever heard of a man who was willing to shoulder his rifle in defence of a boarding house?" Let  the individual who wants a home  instead of complaining about the  shortage of houses. Get busy and  arrange to build one.  CRESTON AUTO #? S  If. S. UK VAN, M;'iin������'rr.  .Y      1  Although Rev. T. McCord has  gone away almost as quietly as  he   came   here   almost    eighteen'  months ago, when hc assumed the  pastorate of the local Presbyterian   Church, commendation is due  him for a very real service rendered the community both in and  out of the church.    His arrival  here in 1918 was about ten days  prior to tlie outbreak of the first  flu epidemic, awl although almost  a total stranger he did a magnificent work singlchandcd ministering to the spiritual needs of   thc  afflicted j as well as lending a generous assistance in thc emergency  hospital, as well as the homes in  u time when such help was badly  needed.     Again   during  the   flu  outbreak this year hc was again  in ore than prominent in tho same  line of merciful endeavor.    Aside  irom  this  lie  was  equally  uctivo  in lending a hand in any effort  for the advancement of tho community's    varied    interests.     Al-  ihough   of   bill,    average:    ubiliir.y,  possibly, in  the pulpit, any lack  Jii- may have shown in oratory he  made up in  good measure outside  i Ml*'*     el'lllVll,     illlel     ill I,,','     ail     n.       i.S  deeds, neil   words,  Hull, e.ouuL    Tn  Mrs.   Mc-Tord   he   had   a   worthy  helpmate   in   all   his   lines   of  en-  (!".'! VO!",   !'<!*'!    '*!"*";������������������!-I!1!!   ll JIM     indeed  lost. Iwo good i-iti/ens in their removal.     Very    genuine    are    tlie  , wishfH   ol   onr   i-,\~v/a-uh   that  they  'j.-i.'iv have It'ipiiiiM'.,.; aud   in-o:.i>er-  ily in I heir new home and calling.  We are now in a position to fill  orders for Fresh Lime and  Ground Sulphur.  (Tl  i^^A^m    h_mchkI'  ���������rtM-#v!������������:*ffeB������i#'ii    11w%nm%*%  LIMITED  riinirT]*"T~r>l*"**nr'-''"TO'"'^  PI A XT ^TMO ftE^VT-r.TT  M~Jf 1    -X. -      V ~J-m.~-.JL      -4   X i~ *Vm~r -m J -0    x-       v       ~~.   -~~- X0~~m  Thia Bank is more than merely a safe  pi ice i:\ which to deposit money; it is an  lnsLiiulio-.i wh'-'SC purpose and policy is to  assist iu tbe wise direction of the financial  and business interests of its customers,  n  tr.n'r'fxnm-x  i  .*       4 0 l.  J .      v L ,     ,  .   '   -        x ,  x y .   . I-, y. A    x  t   i    ��������� - .  .    ' y      - L.   .   -   -v.  tiouul facilities provided by this Bank extend  the range of their business possibilities. 7l,A  ���������wmw   tt-tm-t        mmm   A    -m   -t    x    yr~x -tt    m\    -tx.   f     "**%    *   %.   t������ P"  irit CaNADIain Baini*v  ur <u-uiviMER^E  Kenile   Heniiel   eif  Trade   iii   iierloni'ly  : in  lew  :.;*.;;*; r.r,.  i.'i*.������*1i    il.e,  ��������� ��������� ini lij^      y. i j -.# -<|  1-1 . -, .-  Ml  PAID-UP CAPITAL  KL2ERVE FUND  CR1CSTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett. Manager.  $15,000,OOU  *1fv000.00i)  |L  -mmtiimm*imtd**iimmiAmmm0im0m*0mmmmmim*AmiA0mmmmmmd0m 4*miiimmAidd*.*m*m*+iii'������iiimf*n^m ii****hw ��������� ItumumttitttSi  Ummmdd- ^ ������| FECIAL  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  We offer you  -.fSroKenUrasige Pekoe;-le  put up in TEN-POUND BOXES at  $6.25 per box  WHEN   WE   TALK  about our Tea and Coffee  we are speaking of the  ..best. We carry excellent  grades of well recommended  Tea and Coffee  Why not try a pound or  so and provr their unsurpassed quality.  You'll find the same  satisfaction in all the  Groceries we sell.  *���������* osoig -[iwwmT    i  ~  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  This week's arrival of  *%!T **������?������/iei-*$$  include a large shipment of  Knglish  - Ginghams    ki    Plaint  Grounds, Checks,   Stripes, &c.  Nurse Cloth,   Galateas,    Muslins  Lawns,  Voiles,   Crepes  Shirtings,    Madapolans  Cambrics, Long Cloths  These goods have been placed in stock and  marked at prices that are hard to duplicate.  All above goods are true dyes, and are guaranteed fast in color.  reston Mercantile Bosipny  LIMITED  ' * ^Mii~m  If you are needing  _   mm       ' IT" ttmm  mi  881   AIII  now is the time to buv  We have just   unloaded a  car  of tlto.se at Creston  Spring has undoubtedly arrived at  Cranbrook.' A farmer in that "section;;  reports the appearance of Tfrood ticks  already.  According to the Cranbrook Courier the,people of Bast Kootenay purchased ' nearly 10,000 head of sheep  last season.  Rev.   Mr.   Batzold,   pastor   of   the  United uhurcii at Fernie has resigned, after about two years in charge  of the work.  Grand Forks Presbyterians are out  to head off opposition. They have  just purchased the, old Baptist church  building and site."'  Cranbrook has a lady school trustee, Mrs. Miles, who was last week  elected by acclamation to fill a vacancy on the board.  Last year the Cranbrook fall fair  was not a money-maker and it is likely this year's exhibition will be at  least a month earlier.  The  Ledge claims gardening  operations   were   started   at   Greenwood  last week,  while ploughing is   quite  general in that section.  Things are not so bad at Greenwood as they might seem. Ed. Stan-  way is moving there from Spokane  a garage. .  fl  ��������� niiwli������������iii<  fl niTnaBnBcBQ  mtm** We** ������* tm   ki   tmtn' -U **  "Jt  UNITED  expected to earn. their money, or at  least work full time. Even the chief  of police will have to do side-walk  repair work and' read electric light  meters.  For the funeral of Father Pelltier,  a well-known Catholic priest at Grand  Forks half a dozen choristers weir's  brought from Nelson to assist with  the musical features of. the burial  service.        .        ���������*  The smelter people at Trail are-  encouraging their employees to own  their own homes and announce their  readiness to lend worth while prospects up to $2000 for house building  purposes.  Leslie Grossmith tells Cranbrook  that if the piano at the Auditorium  had a new pedal, several new keys  and was retuned it would be possible  to produce something resembling music on it.  Trail has a small-sized epidemic- of  measica,   s,Gu   a - CLuaran line   Gj.   i���������s  weeks is imposed,.on persons in houses where the trouble exists���������provid-  Fernie had a snowfall of over a  foot  on April  1st,  the peculiar feature of which was that the last inch  was a dirty yellow in color, as if it  had  passed  through a cloud of volcanic  dust.  The Gazette hfcars that there is  little probability of the Granby people reopening mining operations at  Phoenix this year, although they still  have half a dozen men on the payroll  at that point.. ��������� *,  Between them' Silverton and New  Denver Anglicans believe they can  pay the salary demanded by a resident clergyman, and are asking Rev.  B. Hall of Kaslo to consider accepting a call to the work.  Fernie council is out to increas-e  efficiency in some - of its utilities.  The city electrician has been asked  to resign, and it is likely a similar  demand will "be issued on a*couple  more of the power house employees.  The tourist trade into the Windermere country this year is expected  to be very heavy, and at Invermere  arrangements are now being made to  set out about a hundred tents for the  sleeping accommodation of the visitors.  It will take about $65,000 to finance  Grand Forks this jrear. If taxes are  paid promptly and other revenues  are up to expectations the council  hope to have $70,000 of revenue coming in. of which the police court is   X-.A      rxmt      frxx*      OQAfk  e;uuui,cu   uu   x.x)0   ,���������������>������-  Quite a number: of dairy cows will  be imported into the Golden country  this year. That section is ambitious  as to having a creamery but as yet  there are not enough milk cows in the  country to warrant such a venture���������  so the government experts advise.  Penticton cannery feels sure there  will be ample sugar for 1920 operations, and is planning to considerr  ably enlarge the plant at that place,  as well as warning that if sufficient  white help is not forthcoming Chinese crews will be employed this season.  The News doubts very much if any  place in B.C. has worse streets than  Nelson, and suggests spending $20,-  000 a year for at least five years on  a system of permanent improvements.  As soon as the ice is out of the log  pond the sawmill at Bonners Ferry  will run both night and day.  TIMBER SALE X229S  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 15th day_-of April.JlO^,  for the purchase of Ibicence X25-SI8, to  Biit 4QD;000 feet "of:*, Gdj������tottw66d on  portion of west half of -Section 1$ Tp.  84 heari^ynbdet,- KbsfcSnsy District.  One year will be allowed for rentioyal  of timber,    , .;��������� " ��������� " ^  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, victoria, B.C., or District  Forester, Cranbrook- B.O������  WATER NOTIOB  DIVERSION AND USE  Take   notice   that  C.    D.   Ogilvie,  whose address is Wynndel, B.C., will  apply for a license to take* and use 75  gallons per minute of water out of a  spring to be known as Deer Spripg,  located about 1500 feet from the N.W.  corner of Block 18, Lot 279,   Cory's  Subdivision, in a northerly direction  upon  the side of Duck Creek Mountain.   The water will be diverted front  the-spring in  wooden or iron pipes  along-the boundary line of Blocks 27  and 20 and Blocks 26 and 19 to the  northwest corner of Sleek 18, Lot 279,  Cory's Subdivision, and will be used  for irrigation and domestic purposes  on .Block IS, Lot 279, Cory's Subdivision.    This notice was posted on the  ground on  the 29th day of February,  1920,    A copy of this notice and an  application  pursuant thereto and to  the Water Act, 1914, will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson.    Objections to the application  may be filed with the said Water Re-  ������:oruei%   Oi"   witii   tiie     -JjOiiipti-Oilei-   of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C., within fifty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. The date of the first  appearance of this notice is March^l2,  1920. C. D. OGILVIE* Applicant.  Big Selling Already  That the 1920. season has opened  with a rush is evident from the deliveries being made by General  Supplies. Limited, dealers in  Chevrolet cars and trucks. Their  sales at this time of the year have  exceeded those of any previous  season.  It is not that the 1920 Chevrolet  models embody any radical changes  but rather that there is evidenced  a continually growing popularity  for these reasonably pi-iced, comfortable cars. The fact that Chevrolet cars are built in Canada and  not just sissenibled in this country,  has made it possible to market  Chevrolet producti-vata price which  represents maximum value received.  The 490 model, first in the Canadian field, has shown year by year  improvements in details of design  and appearance, but always the one  ideal of the engineers its apparent,  to build a sturdy completely equipped and comfortable car of attractive appearance at a price which is  not beyond the means of the average purchaser. This year there  have been several detailed mechanical improvements. The mechanic  appreciates the value of theso  changes. To the purchaser the  new le������|i, Uiu Iih'miu eimu-e-i body  and the improved upholstering  make their appeal; but above all  ceuitsuU-.ialioiifci the -lOO bull nn iL>  performance.  Last summer the Chevrolet Babv  Grand donned its now di-ess, a  stream-Hue body with snappy lines  throughout, On itn appearance  alone the average purchaser Was  ���������attracted-; font always the service  man lma the .last word. He recognized that all tho little ,iu*provo-  ments that his sorvico experience  had hIhivvd him to he iloHivnnlo were  embodied In this new Baby Grand.  At the same time the engine was  tho riimo old powerful friend ready  to elinili the .iteepesl, hill's with the  best of them. The present model  is remarkable for its Reiitingaccommodation. The "formvaril" movement- of clutch and brake pedals  given the driver coiiHidernbly more  l<������r>- i"#>o������������������. The I eimie'n u i) e������*-,nnNicini>  compare favorably with consider-  n.lily more e*x |ii.iim'iVi- -nun, anel  lastly, a v������iy happy relation of  weight :in-l nnvlng ('.niipeiihloii Iiiih  been nt rude which adds to the comfort of Liu: pii.'.i.iepguru.  Cur-, v iIOIjJ-jI' AUE'INT  Just received a consignment of  Finnan Haddie  Salt Cod  Cabbage  Celery  Just the things for  spring eating.  Butterfield's  Wynndel, B.C.  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  In     ~ llBlllns������S     BeDcISBIpfiBIH        h  I  Km"   V-mlS  Vtd 0d      tttdX*  ���������r-r.,  ~ Id  -   M  r?������tiwriarfi.*cr'*c?  -~~i-.V������xl-2L\.~-~.~l--  CStlCSTON  Thin is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drop*1  in for a, meal. Tint whv  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams- and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  ������ tirsimr.   jt/ftTftf-  Bologna, -sSrc  are always to be had  here. In n������en,*.*i nothing  quite equals 'NluLiareM*!;"  product.!;.  umiiiwuiMraiiwii ulln���������imnmAmmiimmllmmmm m*m  twm\Mm\wmiai*mimmi  BPft  %*m..xmmf  m\    I  94    00   |W    90   r���������    -w |l*^ m  T^.  kttxm      ~t    t.   ~.mt~   ~������-rm, Lm    \mx.  p|,.Jy S4J7 a \m\~ xi^x**?  & 00., Lid.  h>  ���������SumAnne*  mt.  WgiatlQS&tB'  U9  -.-  Land ftct ^msiisfsnanfs  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to ������5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now 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. ''*'���������%���������  _ Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  nve years and make Improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where-pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may. because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his,claim.  Records without"' perma-nent residence may be i'ssiied, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  ?300 per annum and records same each  year. - Failure tomake improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture: Title Cannot be obtained in  'ess than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 6 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  ������f at least 2 years are required. Xj  ' Pre-emptor holding Crown ^rant  may reoo-rd another pre-emption, if he  requires land in exjunction with his  iSm' *"*v"-houl actual''occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and -residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  UnBurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  i1^0": U*aj\_b0 leased 4X3. homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling resl-  acntial and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by ono person or company,  .i-iu ��������� ���������*ac*0J1* ������r Industrial altos on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hny meadows inaccessible  ������y -pxiBtlng roads may bo purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half or purchase  price. Is made.  PRE-EMPTOHS*      FREE      GRANTS  ACT.  The n<-opo of this Act is enlarged to  nclude all persons Joining und serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho  timo within which tho holia or devisees  c-4 tx uocc.ii-,cd pro-ompior may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for ono year from tho douth of  ���������such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclunlon of tho present  war. This privilege Is also mado ro-  troactlve. &.  No foea relating to pre-emption-faro  duo  or   payable   by  soldiers  on    preemptions recorded after Juno 20   1918  '.nxfii nn- remitted for live ycu-i  I'rovlsUon for return of moneys accrued, duo nnd been paid since August  *, lsil-4, on account of payment!!, teen  or 1-iiri-i* on  sulilier)--)- -j-,r..-<.,>|,(Te-,.,���������  1 more-it on ngrvements tei purci-ase  V,i^,,.������-J. c,,y.'otH "*>��������������� hy incmbeni of  Allied Forco.. or de-ju-ndent';, noiuUcU  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  Ihitmont to March 31, 1020.  SUtl-PUnCHARPR'!   Qp   rrvr.Mi.1  LANDS. ''  "Provision made for himianco of  Crown Kraut*, to .uib-purchmicra of  Crown   I.niuls    ac<nilrli:*r  richtie   from  llUI ytt.L.,y....     in lit*     ilLiW.lt lo        ������.*Oin Illel II  ��������� ���������Mrr*-l,H������t.*-        e?*..-,-,'!..!.. r.     dr^-d,   I, .. .. .*.  iiiluieiii of conOuioiiH of purohtv'e   iii-  f.*r.--et pnel fnve-i V.'1-..-i-c .-uib-nur^liun-  efii eio nut clulni wheile <if on������;������::ak l������ur-  cel, purchiuie prlc������ due* und taxes mav  b<* distributed j)ro;:;.:-.:o:.ut.-i> ov *  whole ������*r<*a. Apiillentlonu i,nu,t bo  I.  iri-30.  li  mado by May 1,  CRAZING.  <:>ruj*.iriii   Act.    IHU;   feir  iy������it������*matlc  vld*������  for cru-elng  dlmru-isI "and'Vang.i  tuliiilnliilr.et Ieui    umlir    <'oninUti innii*  \.i. ;.,....!,..., 4..,.,.i-,l;  jii.ornv rnr i"*it.*ili-  Hi.l'.r.l      mvi.r*r",        .-.'l'..*!i ���������.���������������������������.���������.���������!,i-i*.      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H U>1'*,   eS.TH A AV'B.E RK*Y, IR'EACHf  ,* '������*K*A'N U.E,.  l..ENi-0-N    B*E'E R*,';rAAtE:  to, proceed with 2Ry of them at the  present time, is the problem before  the Government and Parliament. It  is generally agreed that sooner or later Canada must, in view of her new  national status, and the development  of a large merchant marine of her  own, provide protection for her own  coasts and sea-borne commerce, but  the question upon which opinion is  sharply divided, both in the Cabinet  and in Parliament,' is whether a start  should be made now, or the whole  question postponed until national finances are in better shape, and further  knowledge is obtainable in regard to  the plans of other nations. One thing  is generally admitted, and that is that  Canada cannot, with self-respect, continue to rely solely upon naval protection provided by the already overburdened British taxpayer.  Kail Came Is Here to Obtain A* Supply of Wood Pulp For English  Newspapers  Hall Caine, of London, ���������England,  son of Sir Hall Caine, arrived on the  steamer Empress of France. He is  in Canada in the interests of a group  of-seven of the largest newspapers in  England and is here to obtain a supply of wood, pulp for the English  newspapers. He said it is his intention to obtain, if possible, a block of  properties for the cutting of wood  pulp and also to arrange for the purchase of wood pulp for shipment to  England, where "It would be manufactured, ������������������-  The '.Beauty of  rtne  iaie  'JoEuneiit ������si ferea! Events i question  The world was given a surprise on  Saturday,  March  13, by the sudden  oi a. coUutci-revoiUvSOTi  ������uiDrcatc  Germany which had an immediate initial success, the Ebert Government  fleeing from Berlin, first to Dresden  and later to Stuttgart, This counterrevolution was cngineered'-fery the militarists and the reactionary Prussians,  and a new "Imperial" Government set  up in Berlin under the chancellorship  ������������ Dr. Kapp, who was one of those  who opposed the armistice in November, 1918, and wished to continue the  war after the abdication and flight of  the Kaiser. He is a Prussian of the  Prussians. General von Luettwitz,  another Prussian, and one of the military governors of Belgium during the  German occupation, was named commander-in-chief of the army.  In an endeavor to defeat the aims  of the military party, and a possible  restoration of the monarchy, the  Ebert Government called upon the  Socialists and workmen of Germany  to declare an immediate general strike  and by tying up all means of transportation, coal mines, industries and  business generally, cripple and nullify  all efforts of thc new Government.  This was done, and with some effect,  but at the time of writing it remains  to be seen whether thc horrors of  civil war can be averted. Conflicts between the troops and the populace arc  reported from a number of places,  Prussia may side with one party, and  other states, like Saxony, with thc  oiher, thus leading io the brt-.;������k-up of  the German confederation.  Developments in the controversy-in  the United - States Senate over the  jrati-iicatioiL oi ian *. eace  {Treaty and acceptance by that country of full membership in the League  of Nations point to a second refusal  on the part of that body to ratify,  with, the result that  the whole qucs-  Political circles at Ottawa rue all  agotj ovcr the decision as lo naval  policy to bc reached by the Government a* a result of lhe recent report:  by Admiral Lord Jellicoe. J n bin report Lord Jellicoe. declared emphatically for thc esi'ili'iislwiK-nl of a Canadian navy, and discarded the old idea  of contribution-; of either r.hi'i:; or  money to the British Admiralty. He  eubmitted several r> I tenia live pro-  gfrsms *���������***"��������� ��������������� rriinniPiif einciit in [he.  work    of cr carting   a Canadian    fleet,  tion will become an issue in the Presidential elections next November,  thus largely overshadowing all purely  domestic issues. Canada is deeply interested in the outcome, because of  the challenge made to Canada's right  to full membership and voting powers  in the League, of Nations by the Len-  root- amendment. The Canadian  Government has made it clear both to  Great Britain and the United States  that it will never agree to any impairment of its rights as a member  of the League, that it will refuse to  accept the Lenroot amendment, and  that if it is accepted by other nations,  Canada will be obliged to withdraw  from the League. Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the other overseas Dominions of the .Empire support Canada's stand, and it is inconceivable that Great Britain will do  otherwise than support the contentions of the Dominions, which are  founded on right and justice.  In proportion to population and  wealth, Canada did far more towards  winning the war than did the United  Stales, and by the sacrifices of her  people, the heroic deeds of her soldiers and her outpouring of blood and  treasure, not only in the last year of  the war,, but from the day Germany  flung down a challenge to civilization,  this Dominion won for herself a place  of equality with all nations. Canada  ( will never relinquish the rights she  , has won for herself, and, unlike- so  many people in the United States,  Canadians do not shrink from acceptance of the responsibilities which full  and unrestricted membership in the  League of Nations may impose upon  them,  COLDS,   CATARRH  RELIEVED  IN FIVE  MINUTES  Consumption can  be traced back in  most instances to a  bad cold or catarrh  that was neglected.  Don't court this  white plague���������ensure |  yourself at once  against it by inhaling Catarrhozone,  a pleasant antiseptic  medication that is  inhaled into the  lungs, nasal passages, throat and  bronchial tubes,  where it kiiis disease germs and prevents their development.- Catarrhozone  heals inflamed surfaces, relieves congestion, clears the  head and throat,  aids expectoration,  and absolutely cures  Catarrh and bronchitis. Quick relief,  cure guaranteed,  pleasant to use. Get  the $1.00 outfit of  Catarrhozone, it  lasts two months;  small size, 50c. _ All dealers or^the  Catarrhozone    --UO,,    Kingston,    Cnt.,  *>"<���������>XJ"P -___     r-���������Ji      I ���������IU..     -C  i iii*. gta.ee auu ucdrUi-y ut  A fine silverplate are ap*  predated by discriminating  people who buy thought'  fully the things that are to  fit intimately into their  home life.    For the best   1  T*t-~. OA 0m0m.~0.rm ~vC  VdlUC,     XXVC    -JUVCijL;iat������    Ot  William Rogers and his Son  has long been highly es*  teemed and known as  "The Best at the Price"  Made and Guaranteed bf  Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., Ltd.  Niagara Falls, ont.   r^-  Han mit .innm  -@gj3rll\\\  >& ���������W^  Cirhe Silverplate of  I, .  Mil   hMry  jfm'm S  ���������������  1  William nogersand Jus ~oon  Canada.  Trade Office in Russia Closed  Ottawa.���������Owing to the chaotic conditions prevailing in Russia, the Canadian Government ha= decided to  close the office of tr-e Canadian Trade  Commissioner .A Vladivostok. This  closes the last of thc Canadian trade  offices ia Russia, the other two at  Petrograd and Omsk having been  closed owing to the advance of the  Bolshcviki. Some unusually valuable  reports have issued from the Vladivostok trade commissioner's office  from time to time.  The Memory That Failed  A well-known preacher was giving  one of his stirring discourses, when  he remarked:  "Ah! that reminds me of something 1 shall never forget."  Then lie stopped and thought, and.  after thinking and waiting a long  time, greatly to the astonishment of  the congregation, he said:  "Dear me, I can't think what it is!"  ^~m mmm ��������������� A w ^s       ~*>-wm~V*   ~-  CWIWW*-*^  WHim WKAlHhK  HARD ON BABY  Appear At Your  Best-���������Instantly  Ig you receive  a -i-ttm  caller or an unexp-eetecl ia- |  vitaHoa you can feel coo- g  ���������fldent of always appeastafl I  -**��������� year best In bat a f������������ ������  ��������� X- IX   mrtmrimmXitdV ������HUir   i  tdymtmr  pure.  luuiinuw ���������  skin a vronderfuOy  soft complexion  that is  beyond comparison.  ���������Qou p'a.ud'!s* ZZZZ'pZZ  WHEN NEURALGIA  ATTACKS NERVES  Minaret ii Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Petroleum has been known from  ancient limes. It was put to practical tne as a fuel around the Caspian  Sea miich earlier than elsewhere. Un-  Sloan's Liniment scatters the  congestion and Relieves pain  A little, applied without rubbing,  will penetrate immediately and rest  and soothe the nerves.  Sloan's Liniment is very effective  in allaying external pains, strains,  bruises, aches, stiff joints, __ spre  muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica,  rheumatic twinges.  ICecp a big bottle always on hand  for family use. Druggists everywhere.  35c, 70c, $1.40.    Made in  Canada.  The Canadian Spring weather���������one  day mild and bright; the next raw and I  blustery,    is    extremely hard on the  baby.    Conditions  are such  that the  mother cannot take the little one out  for the fresh air so much to be desired.    He is confined to the  house, j  which is often over-heated and badly j  ventilated.   He catches cold; his little  stomach and bowels become disorder-I  ed, and the mother soon  has a sick  baby to look after.    To prevent this  an   occasional   dose   of   Baby's   Own  Tablets should be given.    They regulate  the    stomach and    bowels, thus  preventing or relieving colds, simple i  fevers, colic or any other of the many j  minor ills of childhood.    The Tablets  are  sold by  medicine  dealers  or  by  mail at 25 cents a box from Thc Dr.  Williams'    Medicine Co.,    Brockville,  Ont.  SINCE $ 1870  Wmre-cu-uimS  The Yukon River, in the Yukon  Territory, passing through the Beh-  ring Strait, has a length of 2.300 milet.  It drains an area of 145,800    square  mili*^  dc.r llie name of "Sicilian oil," it was  theoe varylnff from one railing for an j burned in. lamps in Rome in the days  ���������amnuai ���������ex|*ci'0ii-i**<-' <*.' ZP, ,{,P.i ,PPt, ... jo!' .ZZiy. P.: entered into uue tr thc  year to one providing for ;ui (������������������nicndi ��������� ian**; of China centimes ago, and was  ture    ol'    only    !}".!',()(>0,(>f>(>    ;i niiii.e (ly.  Which of thecc to adopt,  or  whether  discovered  America.  by  lli c  early  settlers     in  v>m  A  good  reputation     is  a valuable  possession���������but    you can't mortgage  it.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  An old bachelor is a man who admits that he doesn't think hc is smart  enough to take care of anybody but  himself.  saae  xt1Stx*mrrttiA4trA4aijimmmtti-nm%:mai  tmmtutmmifti  Tr*or\n   IFA'PT I ������A\ F Si  m  against exhaustion and  iUne-ss���������rf Its the right  M  IkM^ -^^-^^rr . *-j-- -*t ������������������".  r""""p      Wm ^"^""""���������t%.  Which?  At an a.-iiatetu- performance an artiste Rave imitations of -several popular actor.% one of whom happened to  be present.  ���������<- < ������������������ ������     " I  " ,  .  - .    ...r   I  i.,.~  /VILCI   Will tl*������     UlC       ytlllUlityiLlu       x.-lrxx.y..-  fiought nn introduction to the steir and  anked hopefully:  "Did you :,ec my imitation of you?"  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER" ^RE_ ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at AU without the "Bayer Cross"  ������������������ei*  UIU,  th*"  m easily dijje-.y<:ed nnd wlfcxi.  or ���������"^oo'di  .fifi!?!!"-! .as ta wi^ll  ���������TiCed rofZiort that huildta  ll J VM -������JI.  . . m Vxjd  ,~.   ������.*>  Y-     r-     r-vn f      ������������������,. ,������-.   r-t      IVr*. ������ V-*. .iTB  S/������     AiJ.X..J4 -Ot y       ..jyli.   I...J.      >M,<>   u.ir,J������.  * mt. 0*  ���������'-���������'���������������   ir t &  tr*..  Ir d   X -  *"r-M'������r*'fc-������*-������^r''*r-'*ft^  I  HI  lie1  i  11 r       ...  1       UIU, I. Cl'r.iwU  promptly.  "Then,  >,'u," persisted the aspiring  yeiul.il, "i'i.^y I ivalt ^oii to ^IvC U*.C  jum U['"uuu ui lily l.IL xyii .,..VV'*.������ Lii.  lllilt.     ilnpCI':,nli.lt Kill I'"  "Well, my boy,"  .   .        r   t       ..  I*.       LA L       11  tho    great    man  .1.11 V).,  i .  tm  ......... ���������������������������  1 UIIV.UI  There mc two Znlz~ to every question, but nuirtlatr* i. often a onesided uffulr.  for C,(i\i\nf Pain, TTruelanh-*, Neural-1  Si\m, Toothache*, lCu.ne.olic,. aud fo:  Uu-um-ttlum, Lumbago, Solatloa, Neu-  uiti'sit, i-uku Am-miLu aiarkud -with tho  inamf������ "liay-nr" or you aro not taking  'Anpirlu u. wit.  Arr!������pt   ������>������.ly   "I-JAvwr   'i'nnlftt-i    of  Auphln"   in   an   "unbroken   "Uayor"  panka^ft -which contain* eomploto AU  ������������\innivtr~rti,m- >������f-miii'i,!**^ itm^imi*-  **v*n***rrwmn4  \J.  -������<i-n-~  r<satlona. Thca you aro gottUicj r������M  A������plrln���������th������ K������nuln"k Aaplrln pr***  oorioea by phynioiunt tor ovor nm������������  toon yoftre.    Novr rnitd** In O-xnadou  t'i...iM ax��������� ,...--. ..,~t-i..i..r- i-n ������..!..  tULAmXAVAJf      VIXX.    idVlMrtJtd     *JtJM.irm^0tx^.my     0-0    W>m.W  ,(tt~ coat but a tow cunts.   llruHKluti*  alto ~M Ixtu*-  "U*yar" p*ok*goii.  Tk������v* t������ tvt-if on* A~pl--njm-"-*~sy*9''4m.xt.m ~m.%vx~ Buy "umytstt"  A-i.UU* te. tt.b. -r-xi~ cuurtm (teiU.-t-tmS. tc Czctiml Cf V~.t? titf-.tA-Utr. fit W������ne*������.������  (3cotleO(iiao������l������r ot   lialii)yin;n,������iiu.      vviiiev  it no   ���������#������������������><>   m..uw..  >..������,,  ���������m*.-.-   ������������������.,~ 2..-, .Z  ioLttuist-oUit-.. to net-tot tlio paBlla aeMnot ImlUtlrtnw, ������|ie������ TubUt* ������lf -tmfT 0������m*$m������sji  \-~-m -9 -Ti*!iM--><ii v*iii,i tUe������ir t-f������ti-������ri*v tr-i-d-t, \m,-u. ib* 'X-Ay-Kf, Qe~-mt*  iti  -ni  1  i'i  1 ���������rvufrytat-.tSWIlri -aSK- Wi' It*. *~,  hmntysMtm .tw*-rmi**wm'>i*svt-w*t)t B36TTOB3W, -   C&ESTO������fl    9~  IV-  \  %^^-f* %JLUP jf  Constantinople.*���������The city was occupied by allied forces under General  Sir George E. Milne, of the British  army. This long-looked-for military  ���������demonstration by the tallies against  Turkey was carried out with only one  untoward happening, a serious clash  at the war office, where the Turks resisted the allied troops.  The excitement caused by the occupation quieted down before darkness,  which brought absolute calm.  The allies have occupied the ministry of war and navy,     and assumed |  control of posts, telegraphs and tele-j  phones, which have been temporarily  ���������suspended.      Shipping also has been  ���������uSpenuifiu.  The landing of occupation forces  ���������was carried out under jguns" of the  formidable fleet anchored in the Bos-  ���������r������Vir������i-i-i-a  ar-- ��������� -  The British dreadnought Benbow  ���������was moored at the Galata Quay, her  guns trained on Stamboul. Another  -man-of-war faced the city In the  Golden Horn, while ail other warships in the Bosphorus were standing  toy with their decks cleared for action.  Except in the instance stated, however, there was iiO resistance. The  population, in- fact, showed little  alarm, nor was there any sign of  panic except in one section of Stamboul, as commanders of the allied  Stoops brought their forces ashore.  These forces included four thousand  bluejackets and marines from British  ���������warships and contingents from all the  allies represented. Indian detachments, having Moslems on their rosters, were" among the troops taking  part.  Comprehensive military and naval  plans had been made to carry out the  allied measures and precautionary  steps taken. A number oi Turks and  other persons, regarded as possible  disturbers of the peace, were a-rested,  Including the commander of the 10th  Turkish division. "  The, proclamation was eagerly scanned by  curious  crowds, which  after  the landing took place wandered about  the streets in a dazed manner.     The  French patrolled Stamboul with Senegalese troops;    .the  British guarded  Pera, the suburbs    northwest of the  Golden Horn; while Italians guarded  Scutari, the portion of Constantinople  on thc Asiatic side of the Bosphorus.  The flutter that occurred in    Stamboul as thc troops marched in was by  shopkeepers near the war office, where  the clash occurred.   They closed their  shops in their first fright, but speedily  reopened them.   The allies are declared to beljeve their measures have provided amply for maintenance of security and order in Constantinople, and  consider it questionable whether even  thc so-called Nationalist forces in An-  ���������ntola arc in a position to attempt anything serious.  Jans Going To  South America  In  for  Future Will Avoid the U.S  Settlement  Honolulu.���������Japanese emigrants in  the future wiii avoid United States  territory, going instead to South America, according to a Tokio wireless  message picked up by the Japanese  Yakuma. The message, --quoting a  statement by M. Nagata, president of  the immigration association of Tokio,  indicated Japanese emigration to  South America probably will centre in  Brazil, where a Japanese, colony is  planned. Nagata is going to South  America in the interests of Japan. It  is believed that many Hawaian Japanese will go to Brazil, according to  statements of leading Japanese here.  To heserve Supremacy      '  Of The British Navy  Long Declares Nation Will KefcpUp  Power According to Other  Countries  London. ��������� -Walter Hume Long,  First Lord of the Admiralty, told the  House of Commons that the government was firmly adhering to the traditional policy that the British navy  should not be inferior to the navies  of the other powers. Then, alluding'  to the United States as the only country whose navy approached that of  Britain in strength, he said that ^th  idea of competition, in armaments between the United States and Great  Britain was repugnant, adding:  "We hope and believe that if there  is any emulation between us, it is  likely to be in the direction of reducing that ample, margin of naval  strength, which we alike possess over  other naval powers. This is the foundation of the British naval policy."  23  =Q  Increase -Guard Oa Ex-Kaiser  Bavarian Diet's New Premies  Dutch Home of Former German Emperor Has Been Turned Into  Prison Fortress  Amerongen.���������Reinforcement Oi uic  Dutch guard at Von Bentinck's castle,  which since the middle ages has been  protected by moats and drawbridges,  has made the former kaiser's refuge a  veritable prison fortress, capable of  defence even in the unexpected event  of attack by raiders desiring to free  the exile. The castle is situated in a  big square. The four sides arc posted,  while two of them have additional  ! walls.  Constables and military police patrol the roads night and day. To the  right of the main entrance is a small  Kahn Will Fill Position Until New  Premi-ea- Is Chosen in Next  Election  Copenhagen.���������According to a Munich dispatch received here, the Bavarian Diet has elected Dr. Kahn premier. Kahn declared himself to be a  representative of people's sovereignty  and said he would hold the place for!  = jthe premier who is to be elected by  the Diet in the next election.  Thc various political groups, the  dispatch continues, declared that executive powers had been restored to  the civil authorities; that the Imperial and state constitution would -be  inviolably respected, and that the  full liberty of officials, workers and  employees to unite would be protected.  Opposes Franchise  For Jan Veterans  B.C. Politicians of AH Parties Protest  Against Dominion Proposal  Victoria, B.C. ��������� The government's  proposal to grant the franchise ..  Japanese veterans of the Canadian expeditionary force is -arousing strong  protest from members of all shades of  polities' in the house, and when thc  debate on the motion for the second  reading of the new Elections Act was  proceeded with, it was made clear that  when the bill reached the committee  stage a determined effort to eradicate  the provision will be made. W. J.  Bowser, opposition leader, will move  an amendment striking out the provision,    and he will    receive support  ������*0imxxrs      i**s*vi*ia      rts\xr������~*~-������--*��������� ������������������������**-> -oti 4*      **Y1 -C-J-n"r% OT O        Ofi  A X \JX-X        m>\~ A.XX-^0        -^ -w   f   LmiA  ������jji<v.ii J.        .*.*.���������*. --w*.*-* mr .jm-v-r-        -w������  well as the soldier representatives, the  latter being against it.  iS  Citizens  *~  Will  Paris.  building in which rest reinforcements.  Here sentries are on giiaid. Besides  this main gateway, a distance of 130  yards, is.;another gate, barring an in  ner driveway to the drawbridge  Here sentries are stationed. Still  farther on, where the road bends at  another gate, there is aiso a guard.  Then turning to the right, a driveway  leads to. the terrace on which the  castle stands. Police patrol this terrace.  Beyond the dyke in the rear of the  castle is a meadowland crossed by  ditches apd hedges, and in the meadow are patrols particularly .warned  to guard against the landing of airplanes. So strict has the guard over  the former monarch become that J.  B. Kan, general secretary of the  Dutch government, charged with  guarding the^Hohenzollerns, had to  produce a pass before being admitted.  Visit Ex-Kaiser  London.���������A number of Germans of  high rank have visited Amerongen  during the last few days, the Central  News correspondent . at Amsterdam  reports. It is not known whether they  Ihave been able to communicate with  former Emperor William. It is declared, however, that none of them  were allowed to talk personally with  the former ruler.  Walk   and  Chauffeurs  Walk Out  -Chauffeurs threaten Paris  with a novel strike, their demand being a diminution of fares. Since the  law calling for increased taxation  went into effect a few days ago a  long line of taxis have bceis idle, the  C*it'i**7'**nr-**,     l-imrinir     -j-aVp-n      +������\     *>a'2.H'ir!������f.  Chauffeurs claim their. income has  been decreased 50 per cent, because  of the recent increase In their rates  of 100 per cent., and they demand that  the rates be brought back to the for  mer S*-~������i  .i.-*  \ir..*u:���������������.��������� , Tt,^     ���������>���������"-.?���������!���������  VV ���������aOllillgl-UiJ*,.'  Fuel Oil Contracts  iiie shipping board  announced that contracts had been  signed for more than 12,000,00.0 barrels of fuel oil for delivery to Atlantic and Gulf ports during thc next  six months. The contract prices ranged from $1.27 to $1.56 per barrel. ,  ies forces un ki  jn  She's up and a!  Her Work Again  ���������.*���������*$  THAT'S WHY MRS. XARGUS  RECOMMENDS DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  Sir Robert's Health Is Improving  Ottawa.���������Latest information reaching Ottawa as to the health of Sir  Ro>crt Borden is to the effect that  the Prime Minister is rapidly regaining his former health and recovery is  being maintained. It is stated he will  likely bc in Ottawa about May 1. As  the session is expected to continue  for a couple of weeks after that date,  the expectations arc that the premier  will take his place in thc Commons  Chamber before prorogation.  New Government Building in B.C.  Vancouver, B.C.���������It is reported that  the Dominion Department of Public  Works will soon commence the construction here of a federal government building, in which to house the  various government offices. It will  cost $1,000,000.  American Army of- Occupation  Germany Numbers 14.000  Coblenz.���������The American army of  occupation, numbering 14,000 men, is  being issued full field equipment under orders issued before the German  revolution. There have been no movements to reinforce any position or any  military activity, except thosc concerned with policing the occupied territory. The allied forces along the  Rhine aro estimated at slightly more  than 100,000 men.  Lynedoch Lady states that she was so  -weak she could not get out of bed  till one found relief in jDodd'-s Kid-  ���������ney Pills.  Lynedoch, via Wolfe, Ont., March  22.���������(Special.)���������"I feel like telling  ���������everybody about what Dodd's Kidney  Pills did for me." This io the joyful exclamation of Mrs. Frank Kar-  gus, a well-known and highly respected resident here. Mra. Kargus gives  splendid reasons why she is so enthusiastic over Dodd's Kidney Pilln.  i4i don't know i������ie cause ui my ieuu-  ble," she says, "but I know It dragged along for over a year. I had n  bad pain in my back and 1 was so  weak that I could not get out of bed.  My   lie'41 l   Ue.IUole.-ii   lllej   i/tiv   i-iUCl)  and  my sleep  was broken and unrcfrenh-  lug.  "X   w:ts   .ilwavi   ln*e:d' and   nervous,  ���������mul veiiui I iiiii"-: I was ::u li.iel [ thought  X could not Uvu niuv.ii lo*i*;';i.    i  incu  lvve������   do*', l<1i ':.    ami    ill,.: v    'tie!    iiOl   tit'i   Vi.C  much good, ho 1  trieel Dodd's Kidney  ���������"1M1,.  J-r ������lij.  "Thcy have done mc a lot of pood,  "i can -do my housework ayahi .md 1  nm  Retting aloiiK  Im.*."  Mil). ICorgus' troubles are all cytnp-  *-* ���������*���������*������, .|������i   .,.     i .  tOIIIN    UI     UlNCaULU    ** IIIIKrJIrr. 0  .....   x,     '.'-./  ���������he trot such prompt relief.   Ask your  "        >    '                           *������        ������**���������    ���������     *.**. Vl   'I  ,t. .  -....        i'.liim       rt 0.  A������V,lftl.t4Xl..l        r . ������������������  --   ���������-     ��������� ..      -        ^  uot yitllcvc all ldducy His.  Armenians Ready to Help  Adnna, Asia Minor.���������Thc Armenians here havc closed thcir shops and  informed the French that they will  send armed Armenians to the relief  of Hadjin, northwest of Maraah.  where the Turks arc reported to be  terrorizing the populace, if the French  do not dispatch troops. Thc villages  of Romo and Yebakalaxa have been  overrun and the Armenian inhabitants  have fled to lladjm.  Coal Located at Jasper Park  Winnipeg.���������Bituminous coal deposits! totalling nearly 30,000,000 tons, and  lying within three feet of th* ���������eanh's  surface, so that it may bs loaded on  i-mvrm f fhmt\n)y mn rrrnvel e������n be loaded in m ballast pit. have been loc-stcd  near jasper Pturlt, uccoidlnu to Geo.  V... McDonald, aencral man*s������r t~. ths  Pacific Coast East-urn Hallway, who  w.n . recently In the prnlrls y-rovhiccs  ��������� in .i liu'.h.c'.i IJ I;,.  Like a Tidal Wave  Hear! Disease and Nerve  Trobbles Sweep the Country  Probably at no period in thc  world's history have heart and nerve  troubles been so prevalent aa thcy  arc today.  The heart can't stand the stress  and strain of this busy, bustling age,  and thc care and worry, thc anxiety  and activity of business life constitute  n serious drain on thc nervous -system.  The business of this work-a-day  .world goes with such a rush that the  stoutest heart.i and strongest nerves  break down under the strain.  On thc first approach of any breakdown of the system Milburn s Heart  and Nerve Pills should be taken. The  reconstructive power of these pills on  the heart and nerve ay stem ia simply  marvellous.  Mr. W. A. Wright, T-Topewell Ave.,  Ottawa, Out., writea: "After stifle ring  for some time with my heart, T consulted a number of doctors, but got  no reile*. However, i read wlun Mil-  burn's Heart *nd Nerve Villa had  done for otheru, who had the same  symptom?] imil thoiiglit T would rIvc  *itd.n% *������ -trl-nt n-^llrvM ���������me** ssW boxen  cured me completely,    t  am  teclnitf  c.SltCl   HJOW,   Wild   ClUel    iii i<*.i I'.I    it*   m������v    Viij!'!:  ���������very day.    I can reeommwno    your  pilln to anyone luifterln-u ������������ I 4~m.m  Price 50c a bo* -at *11 <Ua1������r*������, or  malkd direct ou .~c~itsl -off tbritij- ty  The T. Milburn Co.. limited. Toronto. Ont.  Pacific Coast Airplane Race   .  San Francisco.���������The Pacific Aero  club has made an announcement for  the first sanctioned air race ever held  on thc Pacific coast. It will bc the  Del Monte air classic on April 21.  Frederick Porter, chairman of thc  contest committee, has mapped out  the air 'route and conditions for thc  race, which will bc from San Francisco to Del Monte, with no stops. The  return will be over the same route.  Thc distance is approximately 100  miles each way.  Sex'iin.���������After holding fft<������ -rei-aes m~  power for less than five days, ������ft  Wolfgang Kapp, a elf-appointed eha������������  cellar and dictator, has ?si2re5 fresa  office and control. He resigned, ea-4  an official communication explained  that thc. chancellor considered hii  mission fulfilled when the old g-ov  ernment decided to meet the most es*  sentiai demands addressed io it.  He was also moved to ibis *e*Jes  by the extreme necessity ������f the FeV  therland, which demanded unloa  against the dangers of Bolshevism.  The real circumstances of Kapp't  retirement are still shrouded ia mystery. An important factor iUidoul>t������u-  >y is found in the deliberations of tu������  under secretaries and the imperial  couricil, which Major-General von  Luettwitz attended. The -views ������5  this ���������r,onfer**-*nr*e "^ere thai ^*o*li JCs**-"-**  and von Leuttwitz withdrew in' ord������i  to terminate an intolerable position.  "Von Luettwitz. agreed, to this, but  when he returned to the chancellor  he allowed himself to be persuaded to  change his mind and retain office. To  him has been delegated the executhr������  power by the former revolutionary  chancellor, and it is difficult to say  what will happen now that Voj**. Luettwitz remains military dictator of Berlin.  Although the general -strike dealt  this government a mortal blow, th������  decisive fact is that Kapp and hia  supporters had no political prestige,  their government being built only -6ft  machine guns.  The statements made at these conferences gave a strange impression-,  and caused a suspicion that the cry  of alarm about the Bols-hevists va������  preliminary to the announcement of  retreat. The chief of the prcs������  bureau warned the correspondent* against ahowing themselves In the  streets as a communist revolt was expected hourly.  That any kind of compromise Is out  of the question now ia undoubted.  President Ebert, of the old government, is strongly entrenched at  Stuttgart, where, according to semiofficial dispatches, the council of th-s  empire met and unanimously approved  the old government and strongly condemned the military coup at BeVlki.  Frightened Berliners were askingi  "Thc White or Red terror? Which r"  This was in consequence of an official announcement that the Reds wers  planning an uprising calling upon the  people to save the country from Bol������  shevism.  Spaniards Seek Hidden Treasure  Madrid.���������Thc newspapcra arc demanding of the government credit for  the commencement of excavations in  the province of Leon, to unearth Roman cities, which arc believed to be  1.., ���������. ,i >i. ���������,.  ���������Jtlllv-U    .IIUv  r( l..,,ii      . I x. y.. x-Lr ,1  contain great quantities of jewels and  money and antiquities of great value.  Thc papers desire that the task be assigned to experts who would bc capable of making a success of it.  Boy Killed By Classmateti  Pueblo, Colo.���������Five schoolboyB, ar-  ictiie:'l]ii ouuiii.te'.*Jii .villi 'Zt f'.cr.th r.'.  Ted, thc 11-ycar-old -con of Mrs. II.  A. ICuykcndall, confessed, According  to the police, that they kickrd the boy  l**i elc/le ~,cc;.\:Zxi thry v;*:'c jcr.lo-.-3 of  his high standing in the school the  boys Attended.  Have 'Their Own Troubles  Washington. ��������� Hastening to cleat  the way for final action on the peaco  treaty, thc senate choked off * St.  Patrick's Day debate on the Irish  question by tabling, 54 to 21, ��������� proposal to declare by reservation thai  Great Britain -should proclaim Ireland  free.  "SYRUP OF FIGS-  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue 1  Remove pol������  sons from Irttle stomacns  liver and bowels  r\'Ui" Persian Gulf Is nowhere more  |tXlUn   i,tfy latnomi; urr]������.  \  w.  <���������/.  1  ij.-'.'vUl.U.J     yd     ....... x ���������  A.,;  a  VA'xit.,  Scxci-i.,  M-r:*:l*:o. -J--  bub Alvarez, formerly a colonel In the  Mikuy ol Fii-mcisco Villa, a;id more recently operntlru nn a bandit ntid playing u lone hand in the central and  southwest sections of Sonora, has  been   executed  by   Carranza   soldiers,  ������������������-.."/-.���������-i r.i "hi 11    liv   ni'lli I .11 v*   .ilitlltli ilK h   lli-.i'C.  ���������Accrnt "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the iiam< Culiforr.la oa  thc patlcafi<ffl then you art sure your  child is having the best nnd most  hnrmlt-n-s la-native or phytic for .h*~  little stomach, llver^ond bowels. ClilN  diei* '���������owe lu delicious fruity teste.  V'ti.l :!:rr"rr*?^rr- ?���������*���������"���������*��������� r ���������"MM*- d.r.mf- -rm ������������-rV  bottle.    Give it without fear.  V1..t!ii--rt You km.at misv '*CU!fat.i..:J'-1 m^t^mtmmmgtmm  ftmtmrntmtmmmmmtm^iSm  -y  THiE CBE8T0N BEVIEW  Local and Personal  Mrs. Jas. Cook spent the Easter  week end with friands in Shdar,  "Mrs. Stocks is spending a few days  with friends in Cranbrook this week  Miss Alice Embree is spending the  Easter'-week vacation with friends at  Trail.  1000 Cabbage Pl-am-ts Fob Sale���������  I cent each, act quick. Richardson  Erickson.  Fob Sale���������-Milch cow 311st nicely  freshened; also Collie pup R. Stewart, Creston.  Fob Sale-^-36 purebred S.C. Burr- d  Rock heiis, year -old, ..-$2 each. G. M.  Wilson, Creston.-  Mr. and Mis. J. W. Hsiniilton ������ne  spending  a -few-days with friends in  gp������^  yyryp:  Earn  a Watcli  in Two Weeks  * Our plan lets you get your  present quickly. The quality  of the article and when you  get it depends on you.  TheB.CVeterans  Weekly  is being . asked for ,in your  district by s~il,_ classes pf  people. You can' get these  subscriptions for us anc������ earn  anv: article you desire. Don't  let'tonight pass withoxit finding out about this ofter-  MailfeuponNow  Xd.      V ClrOiaUO     ffMlir.|J(  65-69   Province   Bldg.,.  Vancouver, B.C.  full    particulars   of  Spokane this week.    They left on Fri- '  day.  Sewing Machine Fob Sale���������Imperial, good as new, S25. T. Tre-  velynr,, Creston.  Fob. Sale���������Strung, young horsr,  free worker, .blemished, price $100.  C Blah*, Erickson,  For, Sale���������6 good ranch horse*"*-,  prices right. Canyon City Lumber  Co.. Ltd., Creston.  Eggs    Fob,'   Hatching Purebred  White Leghorns, heavy laying sti*nin.  Jas. Adlard, Oreston.  Miss Jennie Nicholln, who is in  charge of the Roosville school, is home  for the Easter holidays.  Win. Hooper of Ros.sland arrived on  Sunday to spend a'few days at spring  work on his ranch he-ve.  Fob Sale���������One American separator, used less than two weeks. Price  $40.    Enquire Review Office.  ��������� Mrs. Erickson and Miss Dobbin of  Cranbrook, are Easter week guests of  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bennett,  : Beekeeping Supplies Fob Sale���������  Hives- supers,'combs; honey extractor  etc.    VV. V. Jackson, Creston.  Capt. and Mrs, Crompton were  Easter visitors with Nelson friends,  returning to Creston on Tuesday.  Reg.-Hull, accountant at the Bank  of Commerce, speni, the Easter holidays, at. his home in (xi-and Forks.  C. W. Allen, manager of the Imperial Bank, was a visitor with Fernie  friends, dining  the   Easter-   vacation.  Eg@s    Fob    Hatching���������Purebred  White Wyandotte eggs, $1-50 per set-  f 15. SI 50.    F, W= Ash- Creston.  me  Send  offer.  Name   ���������  Address  .(5)  "���������"fS  ' Canaries Fob Sale���������Singers and  hens. Prices reasonable, and furnished on writing P, O. Box 361. Kaslo,  B.C.  Sweet Cideb Fob Sale���������Any quantity des red, 70 cents a gallon, buyers  to supply containers.    G. Cartwright,  i2ii'n;������vo������������n..  Miss Susie Hurry, who is a student  at Nelson business college, is spending  Easter vacation in Creston, a guest of  the Misses Anderson.  Mrs,,- Conn of Vernon, who has been  at Edmonton the past couple of  months, arrived last week on a visit to  her daughter. Mrs. Oatway.  Stomp Puller For sale���������Model  10 Kit-stein one man stump puller in  Al condition.    $70 cash.   For particu-  lars apply Norman Craigie. Creston,  B.C.  F. Loveday, manager of Creston  Fruit Growers' Union, is at Vernon  this week fop^nieeting of the Traffic  and Credit/Men's Association,  T. M. Edmondson is the latest to  join the ranks of auto owners. He  has just purchased a McLaughlin car  from Mr. Amundsen, who is leaving  in a few days for Alberta.  For Sale���������Jump seat buggy, in  fk-si:c!ass shape, two or foui* passenger. Also butter worker and shipping  cream can, also in good condition.  W. H. Watcher, Creston,"  Creston merchants inagurated the  Wednesday h.uif holiday this week.  The weatherman favored them with  a fresh snowfall of about two inches  for the initial half day off.  School re-opens on Monday after  the Easter tacation, and it is expected  by that time all the.pupils..will-have  been vaccinated. Those who have not  been will be unable to attend.  Vital statistics for March show there  were fourteen births, two deaths and  three marriages. The boys' had the  b>st of it in reinforcements, eight of  them being inales and six girls.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid Good  Friday sale of home cooking, with  afternoon tea accompaniment, was  quite successful, ihe financial intake  being in the neighborhood of $2-5.  C. O. Quiet wag a visitor at Cranbrook on Sunday, returning on Monday in charge of the remains of the  late John Eckstiom. who died in the  hospital in that city the day previous.  The smallpox outbreak amongst the  Creston Indian?, has subsided to such  an extent that the quarantine regulations have been lifted and Constable  Fred Ryckman has returned to Cranbrook.  ranch, left last week for Chase, B.C..  where he has rented another place.  Mrs. Gower's health necessitated a  move to a drier climate.  C.P.R. section crpws were restored  to the four-man basis at the first of  the month. This season the company  is trying otit a system of having the  new ties required put in on a contract  basis by extra gangs, 45 cents per tie  being paid for this work.  March had a total snowfall of but  four inches according to the official  weather returns. The coldest day of  the month was" the 9th when it was  down to six aboye zero, while the  balmiest day was the 20th when the  mercury got as high ai-f&6.  ton Board of Trade principally on  road construction matter west-of here.  Now that it seems certain the road between Sirdar and Kuskanook is to be  opened up the lake points are demanding better communication between  those centres and to Kuskanook.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 20S5  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  S  Ho������     ^#|J &SIO������   '  of your house needs a paint that will withstand winter's  frost, the springtime rains, summer heat and sun, and  the autumn wind and storms.  ������ur Paint  preserves your house. It does not peel, crack nor blister. You  cvn tell its superior quality when you see how easy it is to apply  and how smoothly and evenly the paint spreads.   Ask our prices.  W. K. Watcher is this week moving  into the McMurtrie house on Victoria  Ave., which-he. recently purchased.  Miss Candy has moved her maternity  hospital to the Attridge home, which  she has leased for three months.  Easter services will be held in Christ  Cnurch ohv Sunday. There will be  celebrations of Holy Commuuion at 8  ..-.*���������     ���������*��������� *l        .       .1...     *|..XX..-.    ..X     tXxix    ixwrti-   4-tf  tliivi    .11    -il.IU lUC   iclliu^x    au    v,JiC   "ij"    "I  the   regular   morning   service.      Mr.  Mahood will he at^Sirdar at night.  At their tneetingwi Saturday night  Creston local of $he United Fanners  of B.C. decided to Hold regular month  ly sessions, and' decided on meeting  the third Saturday in each mouth.  The next gathering will be on the 17th.  R. E. Beattie of Cranbrook, was a  business visitor in town on Wednesday. Over a thousand tourist cars  passed through Cranbrook last, season  but from present appearances* that  nutnher will be at least doubled during 1920.  Creston orchestra announces the  first of. the IJ'20 dances for Friday evening next, April iftth, at the Peekin.  New Music, a good floor, and an admission of $1 to gents, with a charge  of 25 cents per plate for supper. Dane,  ing at 9 prompt.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Gower, who came  here from Coleman, Alta., about a  year ago, and located on the Bysouth  Members of Creston Masonic Lodge,  as well as all sojourning brethren are  reminded that W. Bro. A. E. Stoddard, D.D.G.M., of InvernTjere, will  pay Creston Lodge his official visit on  Friday next, April 16th, and a full  turnout of members is urged.  Incoming freight traffic at C.P.R.  depot is exceptionally heavy at present  ���������so much so that the month just pas  sed is stated to have produced the  biggest March-business Creston station  has ever done.1 Ticket selling for the  month was also a record breaker.  Mawson Bros, this week announce  thev are* starting a snecial Saturdav  selling of seasonable-articles at reduced  prices for Saturdays only. This  week's special offerings are in sugar,  lard, raisins, corn flakes and Blue  Ribbon tea.    Look advt. in this issue.  Creston Board of Trade will meet in  April session on Tuesday night, and a  big turnout of members is asked for,  and at 8 o'clock prompt. As the fiu  ban prevented a meeting in March a  double grist of business has\ accumulated and should be disposed of at  once.  A  delegation  from  Boswell, Craw  ford   Bay   and  Gray's Creek  will  be  here on Monday to confer with Cres-  \\\WrW  ������  WEDNESDA Y, April 14  WILLIAM FARNUM in  Wolves of ihe Night  MUTT & JEFF in  Extra Quick Lunch  Fox News.   Ford Monthly.  ������������  ������ 0W.W vwxmx X xm      x       ,��������� 0m *0nm  Srfii i uRDdfm x , April 11  HARRY CAREY in  Riders of Vengeance  2-Reel Century Comedy  WEDNESDAY, April 21  PEGGY HYLAND in  Psg of the 4P1rat.es  MUTT & JEFF  Hotel de Mutt  Sunshine Comedy, "Son of a Hun."  Fox News,   Ford Monthly  PIGS FOR SALE  Yorkshire Pigs, a splendid strain for  foundation stock ready for April delivery. Price (with papers) $15 each.  A. B. SMITH, Box 852, Cranbrook.  RANCH   PROPERTIES   FOR  SALE  , 1. Forty acres, including about ten  acres of bearing drshard, two running  springs. An ideal dairy location.  Price $7000.  2. Forty acres, including about 25  acres bearing orchard, running spring,  houses, burns, etc. Also good dairy  location Price $12,000. Enquire  Reyiew Office, Creston.  RANCH  PROPERTY FOR SALE  (TODZiliMf  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  B mmmgm  g  -gg   -^Sgf HL. W  wmPZm BU-mgS? Vlr -mPSS   ~~m  IT COSTS NO  MOKE  timmtmvtmmtmt  Dominion Tires and Tubes  \/~z~~~*sii\i   fijif.tfxr' Aii-c A rrp^-^n rit^-v;  I    " ' ���������"--"     Authorized HORL> Service station  ijj*"i >M������i pa j**.-*,, ���������e������~si ff^x n m  Nearly 5 acres choice level fruit land  partlv improved, good road and water,  ideal home site near town. Cheap for  cash. Apply owner, CHAS. MOORE,  Creston, B.C.  FINE HOME PROPERTY FOR SALE  Comprises two-thirds of an acre with  120 bearing fruit trees, as well as  strawberries, raspberries and currants,  jind two lots 50 x 120 feet. House is 6  rooms with basement und eellar, and  good barn (with loft) 21x18 feet. $3000  for the  whole  property; $1000 down,  terms arranged for balance. Ii. BOADWAY, Creston, B.C.  Trimmed MlSlinerv  We are now faaturing a showing  of exclusive styles both in Trimmed  and TJntrimmed Millinery that we  cannot begin to describe here.  Some are trimmed with Silk  Ribbons, Wreaths, etc. Really  a wonderful display of Millinery at  such reasonable prices is within the  reach of every woman.  If you have not purchased your  spring hat yet we invite you to  come in and look over our stock.  MRS. BRUCE  Postoffice Blk. '  CBESTON  SPECIALS for SATURDAY  SUGAR���������White or Brown, re& '25c; special 23c. lb.  LARD���������Swift's, 3-lb. pail, reg. $1.40; special $1.30  TEA���������Blue Ribbon Tea, reg. 75c; special 70c lb.  Kellogg's Corn Flakes, reg. 15c; special 3 pkgs. 40c.  Seeded or Seedless Raisins, reg. 30c;   special 25c pkg.  ^HI&~*W I UB������  L-IWiAf. I r-r   nrtK-ry*.  Xt-Vrnm-mlt   W    m W *-** 4U* i   tt H M ill   M **!  m^X^        ^^^^    g^^^^     ^m        mt,    ^m      ^m^Lm      ^-^Wl  Sonora  'IMPERIALS  Tor Lone <|iinlit.v and beauty  |   of cabinet. Litis model is in a  class by  itself.     See it before buying.  b. O. foreman  N.-xl  JVekin Theatre-.    (JKKKTON  I  " ANNOUNCEMENT*  fO ENCOURAGE SPOT CASH BUYING we wish to announce  th'U, cojn������nenein<������ to-morrow, April 10(li, \\>i- j>ropoHe> to iniinj'-  urate an Every-Saturday list of apiicially priced offerings in  Groom-ion and our other lines.  TIiohh specials will ho 1 fated e.-toh week in The Review, and tlio  prices shown will he /j-on-l I'or Saturday only. The regular pi-ice of  each article will he shown along with the reduced price so that you  can readily estimate the real saving to hn ef footed hy taking full  advantage of those week-end offerings.  rl'h������>   0V< V'!'**"  n><   ".'hi-r-tl   'inn"i<������l   ivifiw  Wll'   r>v."l������i!   ���������"���������''ll   \\<-  rl"n������\l)������������'..  od in our Gr.ieery window the Kriday previous, hut on purdhanes of  the.se art.iulo.H we aro unahlo to issue coupons for silverware,  Ahovo in shown a list of tho soasoiiuhlo -irtieloK on which reduo  od prices will he offered tomorrow.    To he huso, shop early.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  V* Ml  Hetter Service  General Merchunt's,  Lower Prices  m si. su vm*t mi rt.MHirtiftw.-wcflti--���������-* -������ir-������  aMMiiiis^


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