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 J' '  V^Provii  vinciaj Library  ap!20  "������Tj>-r  t SJSJ.  iOT>*i?a-rr-f\vr  B. C.f FEIBAY, APRIL 16, 1920  No. 7  Eriokson  Postmaster Telford has a visitos- this  in his brother, Dr. Telford, who arriyed a few days ago-from'Ontario, on a  trip through western Canada.  Miss Jeanne Palmer, teacher at the  Erickson school, whs .at Cranbrook  last week for the Kootenay teachers'  ���������convention.'*'' ���������.''"'*.'  C. Maglio of Nelson was a yisitor  here on Thursday last.. He was looking oyer - the ground with a view to  tendering on the' work of putting/in  the irrigation system which the Eriek-  scifi Water Users' Community cob-  template installing using ������ Sullivan  Creek as a source of supply. *  Pruning operations are in full swing  here at present, orchardists give their  ranches more and better, attention  this year than for some seasons past.  At the G. Cartwri'irhtr rani?h Ht-l-aoge  ments are mane to top graft alt his  Spitz trees to Delicious.  P. Putnam bos joined..the pruners  union and is in charge .of* this work in  the Staples Bros, orchards. Staples'  have just secured a tractor disc for  orchard cultivation which, they will  operate with the Fordson tractor, and  would like to get hold of a man capable of handling that sort of work.  P. J. Klingensmith, who will again  be in charge^ of the McLaren sawmill  at Blairmore, has moved the family to  4 that-town;* where, they will reside for  * the next seviefi^mohthsi  Bjrth���������At 51% Candy's marternity  hospital, CrestouiApril 9tb, to Mr.  and Mrs. Alf. Palmer,, a son.,;  F. Staples is making at-ra*og.ett������ent8 !  to mbvehis portable sawnjill plant 'to-  Kitchener, where'he has -������������������-���������'taken" a con -  -tract to cut for   Paulsons. > He  will  likely   move   Mrs.  Staples .and   th*-*-  family there to reside while filling the  contract.  The* Erickson Water, Users' Community members had an important  meeting on Tuesday afternoon.  Things are coming along *righ,t and it  tjs expected a definite announcement  " as "to whether they wiii pub in the  irrigation system will be forthcoming  before the end of .the month.  Erickson will heai-vwith satisfaction  that at a meeting of" the directors of  Creston. Fruit Growers Union on Wednesday it was, decided to at once commence tbe erection of a warehouse on  the track here. The Union plan will  be to use it for the sale of feed as .well  as the assembling and shipping of  fruit and vegetables.. It will lie of  ample proportions but ���������he dimensions  cannot be stated exactly until the contractor makes an examination of the  site it will "occupy.  ~TW &*&*������. mS*-S  Bssstiiisim  mHii&hent-mB-  Miss F. Rutiedge has returned-after  spending the Easter vacation at her  home in Nelson;'  Mrs, Vaehon .and Mrs. Henderson  of Creston were' guests of Mrs. G. A,  Hunt on Sunday.  Ca|)t. Forrester left a few days ago  on a trip to Woodstock, Ont.. and is  very much missed by old friends here.  Cranbrook Sash & Door Co. sawmill  has resumed cutting again, after being  shut down a couple of weeks while the  planer was being installed.     .  * ������������������"-*. */��������� -' - .        *' Tjis'-^'  Kitchener eipectMo be a very busy  place from now- on, with thi-ee sawmills running iri a short time.  '- . -' ' ' .V ���������  Billy Johnson and his mudlarks are  kept busy- in Jtbe cuts these days.  Frequent, rains? may be alright for  f-Armevs hut it don't Work that way  with, section crews.  organization of a Ladies'Auxiliary to  the G.W.V.A., and after the aims and  objects of such an organization had  been placed before the ladies it did not  take them long to decide to go ahead  and organize, the following officers  being chosen; President, Mrs. Sinclair; Vice-Present, Mrs. Noble; Secretary-treasurer, _ Mrs. H. G. Smith;  Executive, Mrs. ���������Uhalruers, Mrs.Well-  springs and Mrs. Aspell. After the  business had been disposed the ladies  of the camp were guests at a social  dance at which tbe G.W.V.A. played  the role of 'hosts, with an. excellent  supper excellently served under the  direction of head of Waiter Fred Bones,  and his ~ Worthy right bower, Jock  Duncan. ���������  -*'���������- 'V  r**C,  i;gk!lW-  ~;5ii������&jjJr������ii:  There was quite a good turnout of  members for the Apri*-, meeting of  Creston Women's Institute on Friday  afternoon, at which considerable routine business was disposed of and an  excellent paper on "Finance in Relation to Women's Citizenship" was  given by Mrs. D. S. luacKenzie, while  in response to the roll call several  suggestions were made for future  meetings. One of these, a- flower  show and social afternoon, was fully  discussed, and finally decided upon for  the latter part of June.  During the afternoon a short programme was given by some of' the  junior members, Edna Holmes opened with a piano solo, Frances^Knott.  following with a_song^ahd jjraooes  Lyne and Phyllis waiahtoneach gave  ���������recitations. All. of these members  were mitch a^"recia,t������,dp^y the audience, and the. business of the meeting  ["Was then:proceeded with.  Mrs. Lyte had received a letter  from Mrs. Ralph Smith*, in which she  stated that "she intended coming  through here in the fall, when she  hoped to address the women of Creston.  There is considerable real estate  activity at Kitchener, with quite  a number of enquiries for desirable  lots tbis month.' -  G. A. Hunt-was a business visitor at  Creston a couple of days the latter part  of the weekj. .. .1^ v  ^ Birth���������At Crestonr on April 13th,  to Mr. and Mrs, John Butterfield, a,  daughter,  from Nelson  ���������v,  Daily  o-the-Minute  flWTP������^ Irtx/j-fX  You Witt Like  The DAILY NEWS  BECAUSE ot   its   Full  leased wire service of  ,    foreign    cables    and  Canadian and American news.  BECAUSE of its complete  market reports.  BECAUSE of its service  of Kootenay-Boundary  news, including the  worthwhile events in  your own and adjacent districts.  BECAUSE white its chief  purpose is to give all  the best of the world  and district news hot  off the wires, it never  forgets that it is a  Kootenay - Boundary  institution, depending  for its success on the  success of the people  of the district, striving always to aid in  the dcveIo,r>'nic!!rit of  our industries and resources.  ea   was served _by   Mesdames. &���������  Sirtiar  Mr. Stimson returned  on Monday "morning.  Misses M. Sutherland and Dorothy  Butterfield   and    Mr.   D. Butterfield  spent a couple .of days at Nelson last j  week, retnrning:"Friday.  . There will be a^tneeting of the United Farmers at the schoolhouse on Saturday night x-bx&- AH members are requested to attend as some, important  business is to be discussed. There will  be a dance after the meeting.  Miss Muriel Knott was a Cranbrook  visitor . last   week, for the Kootenay  J 1 > ^-.^mxtxrxm.  lifitunc-io   i;miy-cm,:uu.  Mr. and Mrs. Boss of Portsmouth,  England, arrived a few days ago on a  visit Lo his sister, Mrs. G. Davies, and  are likely to make their home in the  Canyon district permanently.  Guy Browell is now numbered  amongst the Valley's eyer-increasing  squad of auto owners. He has just  purchased a new Chevrolet, from the  Embree garage at Oreston.  The ten-acre ranch of. tbe late Bobby  Smith has just been purchased by  Jthn Johnson at a price said to be  $*?50. The place adjoins Mr. Johnson's  and has a little slashing done on it.  A Mr. Bateman has taken an option  on Frank Jackson's . improved place  here, and we expect within a couple  of weeks tc haye Mr. ssd Mrs= ������at-.e-  isan, who are from Lethbridge, Aita.v  residing amongst its.  Frank Swanson and Martin Nelson  left a few days ago for-a trip to Arrow  Lakes points, where they expect to  strike work for the summer. '..*. j  -���������'   ������������������i'--*. *��������� ���������������������������������������������*���������.   ���������*     ���������  , The home of iMr,-aud Mrs. R,. Uri  aohnson, Hayden, Tt-ottesva'ad Stocks,  was the seene-^a-Ver^ jolly party en ! in*-e  *f^^<-&1>3^  married couplea* and- alsOrof the host-  "  esses' mother and sister; who are leaving on . Thursday .for their home at  Burtoh City.  The Frank Tophman ranch of twenty- acres is an otber-p^lace that bas passed to new owners* " The buyer is A.  ���������Johnsop of VancoUyer who, we hear,  intends to at once get busy on ibxteia-  M-   itkim-iCkieii  office   a  i~  i.iXM.r-0.  i������'    you  ���������crib-vr  month's  for ono  yawns punt-*  few   hours  is   printed  tsrt*     not     m     xnb  sond     COo    foi*    i  aub-scriptton   or  y~~.r.  *5  8  "^im    m.  Midll  *tI^?F PJ-^^r1? s  \y  J.S,\d-.*   4m>  Sirdar is.at last a Sabbath-keeping  town insofar, as yard crew work goes,  after going it seven days a week for  almost twenty years the eoaapariy has  at last posted notice that in future  Sunday work will not be in order in  future. .. ���������     .  The steel-laying erew in charge of  Foreman Morrow bas completed  operations between this point and  Wynndel.  Itrdidn't really need Sunday's touch  of really summer weather to convince  that spring has come. Messrs. Dennes  and Tonhey are giving their motor  boats an overhaul, and Tom Rogers  reports quite a demand for fishing  tackle.  Mrs. Brewis was a yisitor at Nelson  a couple of days last week. Mr. and  Mrs. Dennes were also visitors in the  same city for the Easter holiday.  Rev. J. S. Mahood favored with tbe  Church of England Easter service on  Sunday night at the schoolhouse and  had a line turnout of worshippers.  ������With the prospect of a good road  through to Creston citizens are discussing possible purchase*-! of motor core.  After extensive travelling abroad  Mayor Daly's choice is still the Ford  or Overland.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby were visitors  at Creston for the Easter servicea in  Christ Church on Sunday, returning  in tho afternoon. Mr. and Mrn. Jack  Cameron were also looking up Creston  frienda thc fore part of the week.  Mi-h. Jones of Kuskanook spent a  day with Airy. North last week, and  reports the flurveyers already at work  on tbe Sirdar-KuHkanook road.  F. L. Bi-cwia vVas a visitor here IiihI  week with hia _ brother. Principal  *Rv������������wiH of thr** oolitic school. lt<* in en  route to hia home at Hegina, Sank.,  after a utay in California recuperating  after bin war experience*--.  The McCaho bridge crew is at work  at thu J^uiuuil*;, putt big io a, now lot  of tio-up piloa for the barges.  The ditcher Iuih been working nt  Kootenay Laiuliiiu th������* piu-t week, re-  **��������� >*.. 0 . I V  llie'-.lll^,       ill in.       rl in,  II      UIU  !.>'<.*       i   the operation of the hilp in thc hiuii-  iin-i' in'iiotiii. A dozen curlod-lt, of the  dirt were ahipped to Cranbrook for  tlie making of a garden at the Y.M.O.  A. -.'.v.uuhIh.  \\ is eypi-cte'il that aiiotberiiix weeka  \i 1' ellipse lu-fore the FriiKer t'o. Will  have the new Hii|i ready ior o|H*rulieiu.  Clem. Payette, has moved iuto tbe  Paul Hagen shack vacated by T. Anderson a short time, ago.  Tenders are beiug Called to dig the  ditch and lay the pipes for putting the  water into the schoolhouse.  .     '    i  School re-opened on Monday with a  full attendance of old pupils and-two  new ones.  Miss Marie Hagen spent the weekend at Creston visiting friends.  C. HindU>y, who has' been working  at M. Wigen's cotton wood camp all  winter, is now back at his home here,  and busy clearing np land.  Another carload of settlei-'s effects  arriyed on Monday's way freight.  The first move to inaugurate closer  co-operative action between' Kootenay  Lake points and Creston Valley was  made here on Monday afternoon when  a conference was held in the board of  trade rooms by representative delegations   from    Crawford    ������ay,  wray's  Creek, Queen's Bay, Boswell and Creston board of trade members, the question  before  the  -meeting  being the  matter of launching a campaign to  have the proyincial authorities proceed with the building of a road that  will give Creston direct access with the  points mentioned, and likewise provide  the highway that will i?iye autoists a  direct route from Alberta to the coast  without having to utilize C.P.K. for  transport, as is aow the case via Sirdar,, and will still be uecsssary if a  wharf is put in at Kuskanook when  the new road is completed   to that  point.  The delegates took the view that the .  construction of the road Is ueeessary  even now for tourist tramc and when  available will open for settlement considerable good land on "that side of the  lake, aud they fear that if the. Kus-  | kanook wharf Is built before complete  survey of the road is made and its  cost, of construction ascertained the  powers that be will stall on road building on the plea that they have already  provide-rt wharf accommodation.  The Creston delegates were_ quite  unanimously in favor of cet-tin-s* on  with 'road building, and after" the  visitors had very fully set forth the  benefits that would accure. to their  respective districts, the following resolution was submitted and carried  enthusiastically:  Resolved. "That, before spending  money oh a wharf at Kuskanook eyery  endeavor be made to put through the  road from -urestoti along the east side  of the lake to Kootenay'Bay," to open  that side of the lake to settlement as  well as to facilitate tourist traffic, and  that the location between Kuskanook  and Boswell be begun this year, and  carried through to completion as soon  vva vrvrvam\-t\l~J*-  The ^meeting was presided oyer by  President Constable, aud there was  quite a gocd turnout: of interested  ooard" members. The delegates from  lake points were:. Sir John Wilmont  --   _..  -IT.       *-r   ...   VtT-d-..r.T- 0 .  - .   ' , ��������� & - '   .X.r.: . ^ . , . ���������  '   ���������.       i   AVXtCXVIr- UUIU V-J-   ,- XH& xr ���������   .      -^.m      mr._xr.0x0 . .   00.00.'���������tr  provements^    rr-*-,,:,-- ,- rf.       ^ |^ j.^^  T~-.r~-?&ft ������f$$i@J*~p&&  LSstce*  Nt.L.tiUtM,     U.<U.  The school reopened on Monday  after the Easter week's holiday, which  Principal Dobbin spent with friends  in Nelson.  Listerities laconically remark that  spring has come. Mr. Bird, who left  late in the fall for Cranbrook, got  back a few mlys ago, and is. back to  work with renewed energy.  The slashing crew has just completed its work on Section 20, but as yet  its new location for operating has not  been announced.  Erection of the mill is making fairly good progreas, but it is not expected that thawing operation.*-- will commence till about the middle of May.  Although the camp, in common with  other point* in tlie valley, is worrying  along without church -sorylceH, the  Sunday achool attendance is quite well  maintained, there being usually about  twenty children and tencheru out  eyery Sabbath.  MeHHi'H, ChrirttiaiiHon and 11. G.  Smith ave. demountvntinj^ their pi-o-  gi-rHHivcticHH at- poultry ruining, each  of them having lucubatora full of egga,  while the latter ia iiIko taking on a  tlock of ToiiIouho ge.eht-.  The amateur') in the hen honiiienn  report no luck at. all in getting chickn  out via tho clucking hen" route. Apparently the hlaHting opci-atiotut scare  the ateiuly Hitting habit out of biddy.  The carpeiiterti are thin week putting the ilninliing touch on the (Jharlc-  i.ein hoiii.e. hut iu ii������ likely coiuiti-uction  elfort will atop until the rjMt(u> mill la  (i>  M  -.xixtimosB���������i  4*  1'oh   Hai.io���������-(1   good  jMie-������"J    teie'lil. ('illiveni  ���������L\i., Ltd., Cre.'i.toii.  raiieh  r.itv  horsed,  Liiinliei'  elfort will -stop until t.  ��������� llllrl   III    ,   Ittllll V    )| Ullllm-  The.ro wan a large and rnth.m--iaf-.tic  t.uiiieim,   mi   Siilnieluy   nie'ln,  tor   tho  Darwiu was right;, alright. . But he  neyer graded the degrees of descent.  Edgar Rice Borroughs made some attempt at. grading in his "Tarzan of the  Apes," which will-- be seen at" the  Peekin, April 2Gbh. He runs th*3  gamut this way���������drunken sailors,  brutal ship officers; slave traders and  finally aristocrats. The Apes*-j-eally  rank highest. Even the boy brought  up by tbe apes ranks head and shoulders "above his artistocrat relative.  There are no class lines, no national  lines, no mutual exploitation among  our ancestors.  "Tarzan of the Apes" is bully adyen-  ture. Wild beasts roam through the  scenes; va kindiy elephant takes the  wild man upon his back; in short mix  Stevenson's ������������������Treasure Island" with  Captain Baker's African stories and  the happy combination is struck. The  joy of. the film lies in its kindly wild  life rather than its civilized brutality.  And in putting BurroiiRhu' story into the film the National Film Corporation has shown good sense of showmanship. "Tarzan" is better than  most films which have been concocted  for the screen. Natural beauties, imagination and clean, free spirit make  the film a delight.SI  Tarzan, as readers of the story will  remember, is the son of Lord Grey-  stoke, who went to Africa on a secret  mission for the 'British government.  Africa in 1897 was torn by European  ravishers, atrocities in the Belgian  Congo, .TamcHon'H raid on tho Boers;  slave trading, with its concomitant  brutalities by the Arabs.  Tho sailors munity, slay their brutal  officers in fair fight' and "then maroon  Lord Graystoke and his wife. A boy-  is born in the jungle; the mother dies  and the baby in carried off by a mother  ape, who has -Just lost her young. The  film traces tbe growth of the boy���������  half ape, half human���������till bis twentieth year.  A counter meloiiy is being piuy-.ii in  England, where Lord Graystoke's  brother asHiUncs the title after havm-g  married a barmaid. Their child it* a  petted brat. News is brought to them  by a ...lilor, liinu.., Ui.,L Lhc liv i, I.- t'..,  Graystoke estate is alive in Africa.  Tho barmaid aristoci-eit has Biuns incarcerated aa a lunatic for ten you-i*-.  but, a  vengeful   maid servant liuiaily  rUcipti    tOUk   e.i.e.*.������.JU:.      .r.m*   iiii.,   (iir.   :-i'.i _,  to a Mcif-titist. a fingerprint expert, and  the Graystoke solicitor, with the revolt  that n party In made up to seek out,  Tarzan in his jungle- home.  Home of the flu eat bita of action ever  portrayed on the screen are found in  ������������������Tarzan." The fight between fa Horn  nn I offleeis .ihourd the vchsjI ir .m ,-i*s-  oitlng bit of action. Tar/uu'ii struggle  With a lion, an well tin bin fight with a  U itiye negro are excellent, pictures ������>i  a'tion.     For adventure ������������������Tar/an" hiit*  t,'\e IniHn eve.  den, Crawford   Bay;   RevI J.S; Ma-  hbbdi Queen's Bayt. S. Cunimivgs and  Harry Johnstone; Boswell. ;  The resolution was submitted to the  Creston board of trade at the meeting  on':. Tuesday night, and was adopted  after the words "That before spending  money on a wharf at Kuskanook" had  been eliminated.  The yisitors passed a yote of thanks  to Creston board for extending their  help in this matter,- and went away  Confident that with the additional  help of Creston the solution of their  road problem would be considerably  expedited.  Announcement is made that government road work will be paid for at the  rate of S4.25 per day this year, with  foremen getting $1 in advance of this  rate.  of the  1 infills  Startles  Entertains  Its the one uHtounding  event, ot tho year.  Get the book at Foreman'---.  K-id it.  Then ������ee l\\a picture.--) at the  Peekin Theatre  APR3L 26th  ���������Start ing at, H.'.l.t.  PRICES:   3S & 75c.  Lobby ear<In on display  bhy  .LL  ���������������  1   (il >   lll.lll  ~%w~m~mmm  III-'S'P-*f!^^  x~-r,i^.:l-l^.r.^ll,^UIii%lvrtV  mi\&4m0**mmmm-m  iiiwiIii Iliiwiei*i������i-Iii--K *r^MH.>W*a������������WWM������WII ���������r*iTi"rrn������������������_~  ~-$~m~i~.'. ?Jj������msi^im*r!������*m^mr<m,  3HK     KEIVTEW,     CRESTON.  f  g His  Own Shoes  ��������� b. ���������  henry g. rowland  ���������j*^ \ heart the weight of which proved al-  ^a .most too great a burden for an in-  *l !Ijured ankle. He managed to receive  the news standing up, and to all outward appearance undismayed,-but the  faithful Mustapha, who had grown to  love his youthful - master, detected  symptoms of fever that night and  enjoined a day in bed, to which Ruggles wearily .submitted  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with Thos. Allen,  Toronto,  SHORTOF BREATH ���������������������^^ Britahl  Could Hardly Walk  \~,ll-.lrx���������.xm.  muBuiu  D ������>/>���������!"������srxnc  ���������#  (Continued.)  Meanwhile,    the    season    advanced  ,   . When you go to a -ohysician to be  Besides the crushing conviction that | cxamined for any heart trouble, one  Ruth could never be his, there were 0f trie first questions he asks is: "Are  certain other factors contributing to  Ruggles's lack of cheer, which, exercised the same proportion to the primary cause as might a series of mosquito bites to the victim of an encounter with a motor-car moving at a  high velocity. The Misses Challand,  Elliot, and Westbrooke had come to  oppress his spirits both individually  and collectively.    It sometimes seem  and, the heat "of Paris growing oppressive, Ruggles rented a furnished ! ed to Ruggles that they had entered  villa at Le Touquet for the months:into a conspiracy for the betterment  of July and August, and removed his , of his speech and manners; a sort of  household thither. The brothers De j Society for the Social Improvement of  Montereau ran down for every week-  Richard Ruggles.  As a matter of fact, he was not far  wrong.    It hurt Miss Challand's cultured,  Miss     Elliot's "academic,    and  a   young   man   of  good   connections, j Darthea's aesthetic sensibilities    that  though small personal fortune.      His | Ruggles    should "sir"    and "ma'am"   _v ,w  expectations    were, however,    of the I new acquaintances; that he should be I oi*   breath  end, a-nd on one of these outings they  brought with them an intimate friend,  who was a lieutenant in the army and  Rugg  best,���������as  other suitor, took  self,���������so that wh  aunt formally requested in his behalf  the   hand   of   Rosa   Ben   AH   Hamid,  Ruggles decided to give his consent,  no  doubt influenced  to some  degree . Ruggles, and it must be admitted their  by Rosa's impassioned pleadings   that  efforts were    not in vain.      He was  you short of breath?"  Now, when the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of a choking sensation, a shortness of breath,  palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating*, smothering sensation, dizziness  and a weak, sinking, all-gone feeling  of oppression and anxiety.  On thc first sign of the heart becoming weakened or the nerves unstrung Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills are just the remedy you require.  They regulate and stimulate the heart,  and strengthen ami restore the whole  nerve  system.  Mr. Stephen Crouse, East Clifford.  N.S., writes: "I suffered for five years  with heart trouble, I could hardly  walk from the house to the barn without resting, as I used to get so short  Doctors   could  not  help  First Installment Will Shortly Arrive  I In Qrest Britain.  The British Board of Trade has just  given notice to consumers of dye-  stuffs that the first instalment of colors, which Germany has to furnish under the reparation clauses of the  peace treaty will shortly arrive in the  United Kingdom, and will be followed  at intervajs with additional quantities.  Distribution will be made as soon as  possible after each consignment is received. The basis for distribution will  be normal probable requirements for  the next cix months of the members  of Color Users' Association and the  National Federation of Paint, Color  and Varnish Manufacturers.  she might have     her adored Marcel  Miss Elliot did not figure prominently  in any of these negotiations  little  As  constan  My wife told me  to get a box  Miiburn's Heart    and Nerve Pills  felt  better  after  taking  them;  quick to learn and seldom needed to  be told a thing twice. With French  people, however, he had the best of  One    might    think    that    Ruggles ��������� them,  for his accent was better and  should have been a very happy man  his speech far more idomatic than was  at  so  successful  a fulfillment of  his/, theirs.    Indeed, when conversing    in  lis late benefactor. Once   French,  Ruggl  obligation to his  his wards were marneo, nc couiu say  to hinxself: "I have carried out the  instructions of Hamid Pasha in a manner which I know that were he living  he would thoroughly approve. I am  discharged of my responsibility and  it remains now only for me to enjoy  my wealth. I am young, in good  health, with many friends, and about  one hundred thousand dollars a year  to spend in the pursuit of happiness,  'lhe world is mine."  But Ruggles felt that the world was  very far from being his. iKr- Falconer, who at Ruggles's invitation had  come down to spend several days at  his Le Touquet villa, had informed  him that there was a rumor of   Ruth  es passed^ readily for a  man of birth and education.  But aside from, these petty annoyances he was bored by his new manner of life. Being a natural-born business man of inherent business ability,  he did not take kindly to ease and  idleness���������especially in a "hen-house,"  as he sometimes thought to himself  of his establishment. He sometimes  wondered drearily what he was going  to  do   when  he  should  find  himself  like a different man."  Prize 50c a box at aii dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont.  Valuable Mining Property  Unusual Game Shortage  Natives of the Arctic Red River region are facing starvation because of  the shortage of big game this winter,  according to members of the Royal  Canadiau Mounted Police expedition  to Herschel Island and Fort McPherson on the Arctic coast who arrived  at Dawson recently. Not even  enough skins were available to, supply  the natives with moccasins, they reported. Relief supplies have been  sent to Fort McPherson.  GET SLOAN'S FOR  There is more er&ergy  l~~ m%. pawnd of good  bread mfede in tke  horns with Royal Yeast  Cakes than, in -a. pound  of meat. .Bread making  is mm simple operation  and requires no previous experience. Full  instructions h\ Royal  Yeast Bake Boots.-,  mailed free on ffequest*  E.W.GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO  ss  Nightcaps of cotton or wool are  recommended by a French doctor as  safeguards against colds in the head.  alone again 'and  *ith a bigger income  than he could possibly spend. At such  moments he thought wistfully of'"the  company.  This sadness of Ruggles' made him  the more interesting to his household,  none of whom���������except perhaps    the  Downing's    engagement to    a young devoted Mustapha, who had witness-  The Greatest Yielding -Uopper Mine  On the Continent  Thc sale of the Flin Flon copper  mine of La Pas iu southern Manitoba  to the International Nickle Company  has just been announced. The purchase price was one million dollars.  Consequent on this purchase it is  expected that a railway to the mine  will be built in the near future, con-  i\s\im\ nun R&x-tiiiS:  You don't have to rub it in to  get quick, comforting  relief  Englishman of title, the Honorable  Cecil Townsend, and at this news it  seemed to Ruggles that all of the light  had gone out of his life. He could  no longer deceive himself in regard  to his true state of heart toward Ruth.  He knew that he loved her with an  intensity which absorbed him, soul  and mind and body, and that without  her all else was a hollow mockery,  and would always be.  The three days that -she had spent  with her aunt at the Carlton had crystallized Ruggles's distant adoration  into a consuming passion the violence  of which left him at times weak and  shoken from its mere contemplation.  There was in his heart a constant hunger for her which made him feel as  though he were a mere shell; a receptacle for thc containing of a  mighty love. He had managed to see  her twice on er.ch of these days, and  Ruth and her aunt had accepted his  invitation to dinner and the theatre.  \'ot only had she accepted him frankly as a friend, but she had shown a  -wi?** and -sympathetic interest in his  affairs and his physical well-being,  <\v.d considered him in the light of a  soci:>,"i eqv.al.  Rucrgles'*-" views on class distinction  had. however, undergone a revolution  -���������-, the result oi his personal experi-  erc***-*. As a shoo clerk in thc service  of tiv: company hc had considered  liirr.se-ii the *--ociai e**u������d oi anybody,  but -..a*.'., ~> a Miiilionaire and a man  ?������������������-,,->,-,7���������-.'��������� hy the- i'adis.h.-"1, oi" thc Otto-  -*-*.'.���������"* rP.'.-p.Tr f.-i'r distinguished gallantry <_/*' the *u:M of battle;, he hnd  f-.vj.r-',' lo th-: other extreme and he'd  liiir.������ii-!f to be hut a parvenu, ar upstart,   '������������������:;<���������   of   lowly     origin  l>'*r-n      Tr'.i-l  \j.-r. Hebe in any  ]*e  cvpert  who  hnd  ���������'!   to  fortur.e  h-,   a   trick  of  did  not  cdnsieli-r  hiin-a*!*" to  sense  kmh'.-i equal, nor did  the world a-, large to value  I    ....      ;r      rt.rh ff "      t ������* 0 '*'* I <"* '1      t 11 .'> t     llOlit  hi9. niotln'r anel falln; h.'iel bev.'ii factory hands, and that. he. hiiur.elf had  first seen the light of day in a oiiigy  workman's cottai/c under lhe ������������������.huelovv  ol" tin- factory  walls.  Hael Rugglcs, been like certain others who have lcaueel from oh .1 drily  to great wealth, he- would have* paid  fiotvu: genealogist a hundred pound*; to  have: provided him with a coat of arms  r..-ii\ ���������*. f....i -iiii-fs l r:e1 iiorfraiK :tut. *  claimed relationship with the I-J u-a glee* i  of Hants r>r Kent or York or auy r������**<! ]  county, and have hung an -"tciiinff of  Totteriughaiii Court -ou-Shi-*hy \A :��������� t"r  hi -\ r*r-ir ��������� f rii-Mimi'! prirt of his drawim*-  foeiin, He-, might have presented the*  city   of   Paris   with   .-������   statue   or   soup-  kitfhen   for  inilii'e-nt   .dr.in tlw-drinl-"' rs  ���������    i   ���������     i    .* . i i    ,.:i i  . .     ., e*   , t, ,  ii nil    11 !��������������������������� i    i "���������     11,' ���������    ���������    * ���������    ....-.:���������    ('���������:    ''  ed certain orisons���������ascribed it to the  proper cause. The other accepted it  as a part of his convalescence, the  pain which his ankle sometimes gave  him, and the aftermath of his service  with the Red Cross. It must be said  that all did their utmost to cheer him,  and it is probable that no young man  was ever taken better care of.  Then one day Ruggles came in to  luncheon with such a high flush on  his lean cheeks and so vivid a brightness in his eyes that Miss Elliot, on  catching sight of him, feared that the  fever brewed in the swamps flanking  Derkos must have germinated again.  Ruggles seemed nervous and excited.  He had been watching the tennis on  the courts of the Hermitage Hotel,  and he had Sticn enter a big touring-  car containing- Ruth and Miss Downing. He announced this fact in as casual a voice as he was able to control.  "Really?" said Miss Challand. "'Did  you  speak to them?"  "No," said Ruggles, "I just saw  them pass."  "They've probably run over to meet-  Mr. Downing and his sort on thc Rotterdam, which is due to arrive at  Boulogne tomorrow," aaid Darthea.  "I saw in thc "Hcral'**' about a week  ago that they were among the passengers."  Ruggles helped himself to Chablis.  Hc was conscious of a sudden irritation with Darthea for not having informed him cf this all-important fact.  He had never formed thc habit himself of following die steamer sailings  and social hens, but he could not understand how anybody could fail to  be interested p.t any time by the  movements of any of the Downing  family, or fail to comment on them.  As a matter or fact, Darlhca hud commented on tin circumstance, but Ruggles had not been present at thc time.  Tlii.;, '-.her., \ 'ar. undoubtedly the reason ol" Ruth':, presence in Lc Toil-  Roulogne and n charming resort. Rug-  qtiet, which is only :v shor<: run from  gles found hii iself suddenly deprived  of  appe.-lito.  "I'm afraid you're uot feeling well,  Mr, Rugghs," .said Miss l-'lliol:, observing him il< e.linc a favorite dish.  "Oh.   I'm    nil -right,  thanks,"    said  kugj/h-s.    "I   p'liesB   I'll   go  over    and  ' ���������<���������;-.*,'!!inf*;  'ind  }u-r aunt  and   ask   them   to  din-  Mi:':  Ho I'nini*: said, when  T last  her, that    lu-. wanted to meet  lhc  Once you've  tried it on  that  stiff  joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheumatic tv^nge, lame   back,   you'll find    _ _ _ _  _ a*  warm,  soothing relief  you     never  with the Hudson's Bav Rail-!th?,uShJ a bniment could produce.  won t stain tne skin, leaves no  muss, wastes no time in applying,  sure to give quick results. A large  bottle means economy. Your own or  any other druggist has it������ Get it today.   35c, 70c, $1.40.   Made in Canada.  way at a point about 42 mile north  east of the  Pas  and that  a  smelter  will be built and water power which  is located near the mine wiii be developed.   ���������  The proven ore body in the mine  is twenty million tons, worth about  180 million dollars, which will make  it the greatest yielding copper mine  on the continent, states the Regina  Post.  Hard  "You've got a head like a  row of  piano keys."  "Why so?"  "Solid ivory."  DANDERINE" PUTS  BEAUTY BN HAM*  Butter was first discovered by carrying milk on camels, the jolting motion producing thc butter.  pirls!    rA mass  of lon&  thick, gleamy tresses  Manitoba Wheat Prospects  Provincial Department of Agriculture officials estimate that three million acres of Manitoba land will be  seeded to wheat this spring, this figure being a slight increase ovcr last  year.  Sometimes marriage is a failure and  sometimes it is only a run on the  bank.  Worry never  paid any bill  except  thc doctor's.  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Gel a 35-ccnt bottle of delightful  "Danderine" at any drug or toilet  counter to freshen your scalp; check  dandruff and falling hair. _ Your hair  needs this stimulating tonic; then its  lifo, color, brightness and abundance  will return���������Hurry 1  ��������� r-^ i i   li     A -mX^^AAtmm^ ^'  avow  iy  I'i    Rle*''.'l������  "Is  she*  v������-r>  "Ve  i  ),.,.. i  s   face  *ire*ti'  ���������).i-,t  inst a*  ���������".he-  asked.  Kug-'lc* answe reel, "and she's  ���������,ve:e:l  .*nd  Uiu: .is sill'  Is |u city.  1 !��������� o in,in wno ti,i-j .iyj\.\ii..\t-', to cr.y  isn't always conscious of it until after  hc has tried to say it.  of   thi*,   -tort.     fl"  c,ufl'erei|   in   -ile-n-  II ll '1      Irirlll     lu     ir(*       i'i'.IIK..  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S^SJ'SS ���������\j**r"t*t"*y t ix.lx*mMu.~t W������ yd. tm.  veailly.  ��������� ve r y he uly  that l-nfiv/p. her  ���������;Ut    il-'r.    ie*eiK,in,i,"   i,,iie!   \tr,  .e le d Lril-rncr.  w.is   r-ith'-r  ������ilfi������t,  -Jon, but,  I ���������        I ���������   ...0      .1,1,1       .lr-1-  U.i in'.       it   I" igglr-n   from   Under  '      ; i.i*,, ...*1, ���������    ;,���������.,*    .������...,  '."     *-���������"'.' . . , ���������        |  (lerepci'   intei   (ilu   iiml   iii.,ii   iii i ^ti.'.r   ...    r  "liiee'iive     iliuii|'li   more     .���������,i.i|ilii;iticat cd I  ^rPik  ^^���������X^^rWrr-mJmW09K3ifm%^*WR-v^  stm  mmm ������-������������������<)*������**^w.*<Mwt*i*������ii*i������e**^ ���������<y-  ^y^.\yrr^Stmmm'm^  ���������StV-"  ts  .t0l0W~  It  \  I  ! Si  i       M  THK Silvcrplatc of William  Rogcfs and his Son combines  beauty of design with high QjUaUty  and durability.  Perhaps this explains why, in a  multitude of Canadian homes, It  has been known for more tlian  three generation.-; as  "The Best at th* Price."  *MmU ami Giureuiuci by  WM. ROGERS MFG. CO.. LTD.  Cfftt* Sih/erpiatt! of  'Roacm and his JbOU  ������^l#\-ffo*^  /JL.  1 '-Ht'i  ami iiiimiimiiMrtKlrlll'rtl^lljmit  '--r ���������-'���������"������������������"|- ������������������ 7"i1ir-Titf*"r  wxmmimA Ttt^-^-^-jiiaiirwaiMi**ii|.f-fl-f'it*eiairtertB  ^Bmmm ���������^tS;!  'TVTVj    T?Tnni^v. .p:f^^^rvrm,    B.     C.  s  FARMERS BREED PERCHERONS  Ths only breed of draffe horses ever shipped back to England from  Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed o������draft horses in North America are Percherons.  The safest investment in draft horses today is Percherons.  A profit to own���������-A pleasure to handle. .  Youi will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if you use  a, Percheron sire.  WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE  Let us put you in touch with the best Canadian percheron Breeds.  Mention this paper when writing.  The   Canadian   Percheron   Horscbreeders' Association  "William H. Wiiison, Secretary (Desk A.), Calgary, Alberta  *1  I  BAR U AND NAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS  The largest stud of the Pure-bred Percherons in tho World. The fLat Percheron-  breeding Farm Established in Canada. The only firm on the American continent  from which British horsemen have selected Percheron breeding stock 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 irresponsible dealers and stallion pediars from the United States, when you can buy the  best 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 ol our own breeding now  on hand to select from. You can see their aires 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  at any time.���������Address:   "  GEORGE LANE (Desk B.), CALGARY, ALBERTA  11  Breeding Draft Horses  Demand  for   Heavy   Draft  Animals  Was Neyer Better  From reports received from every  part of the country it is apparent that  there are fewer good draft colts from  one to three years of age than ever  before.      The country is overstocked  i with light nondescript colts and hor-  ! sea for which there is no demand and  ���������for which there is not likely to be any  great  demand   in   the  future.       The  j world is short of heavy draft animals,  and the outlook for good prices for  this class     of stock    weighing from  1,650  to  2,000  lbs.  at  maturity  was  never better.      France    alone of the  European countries is in the market  for   60,000    heavy    draft    horses, for  which they will pay good prices.  Farmers and breeders should not  fail to breed evejy good draft mare  available this year, and they should be  i bred to the biggest draft stallion  available. Breed is not so important  as    size,   quality    and weight.     The  WAGSTAFFE!S  St������aa Seville  Orange  AU Oi-ofxge xxT.vf x%gst^=  No camoyjiagez  Bolted tsltk care in SllncrPam.  ASK YOU* e-MtOCSR POR IY.  00m  HORSES      COTJGHJNO?        USE  Spohn's Distemper Compound  to break it up and get them back in condition. Twenty-sfas  years' use has rr.ati; "Spohn's" indispensable in ircaiinsr Coughs  and Colds, Influenza and Distemper, "with their resulting complications, and all diseases of the throat, nose and lungs. Acts  marvelous!.y as a preventive, acts equally well as a cure. Buy  of your druggist.  SPOHN   MEDICAID   COMPANY, Goshen,   Ind.,  U.S.A.  \  X   XlXXTd-%1  River Petroleums  Limited  OIL has already been STRUCK IN TWO  WELLS, now being drilled in ths COMPANY'S LAND.  Great developments are about to take place  in CANADA'S great PEACE RIVER OIL  FIELDS.  NOW IS THE TIME TO PHRCHASE.  We have a limited number of shares, par  value $1, for sale at 50c PER SHARE.  Pull particulars upon application.  1  London & Toronto Securities  Corporation  23 JORDAN STREET      -      TORONTO  New Star Discovered  Discovery of anew star, the sixth  in the constellation cf Sagittarius,  was announced by the Harvard College observatory recently. The Nova  was found by Miss Woods of the observatory staff on photo plates taken  in 1905. It does not appear on recent  plates.  HP !V*jvc  ttm-f   w-������������j x~  mt  BI1AV  Af-A  Sifrely the Best  FRANK HANNON SWEARS BY  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  America*!! Pioneer  Doe Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOO    DISEASES  and How to Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Addr������5i������������  by  the  Author  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  ��������� CO.    INC.  118    West    31st-'street,  New  York.  U.S.A.  sea  StormJLoss of Ten Millions  .- ���������; Officials of tljc ^lova Scotia jEJIgh-  ways Board today stated that the  damage to the bridges in Annapolis  county during the recent floods will  be at least ten million dollars and that  breeds that produce these  qualities with greatest uniformity may  be listed in the following order: Percherons, Belgians and Clydesdales.  Breeders desirous of purchasing good  sires should select not only good in-r  dividual stallions, but they should see  to it that they are bred from good  families of mares, and if possible,  should purchase Canadian western  bred horses, that have been acclimatized. The curse of the heavy horse  breeding industry in Western Canada  has been the importations and sale of  cheap fat stallions of poor ancestry.  Farmers should breed only from thc  best if they wish to produce desirable  draft horses for the future.���������By Prof.  W. L. Carlyle.    :i>Mys?7Aisis  \j\Jlv4j  70 Lombard St  Intelligence of Horses  grfrr^^r>^%^tnrir������y..Jw������^������..e-'*Br'rrlr.B*--^������-'3--JS'r^^t������������t������������>������,r������������tf������.������'  States that they cured his backache  , after other medicines had failed and  that he ������culd net bc v������*ithcut them.  J  Corcoran, Joliette Co., Que., March  28.���������(Special.) ��������� Claiming that he is  completely cured of backache from ( ������  which he was a severe sufferer, Mr. f  Frank Hannon, a well-known resident |  here, is shouting the praises of Dodd's 11  Kidney 4riiis. '   -  "After trying various medicines for  my backache,''* Mr. Hannon states, "I  finally bought a supply of Dodd's Kidney Pills. From the start of the treatment I felt benefitted arid now I am  completely cured.  "I therefore   proclaim ;' Dodd's Kid-  s^;*Pi*fe^ -1  would hot be without them." "  Dodd's Kidney Pills strike right at  the seat of the trouble, the kidneys.  They are no cure-all. They are simply  and purely a kidney remedy. But as  cured kidneys strain all the impurities,  all the seeds-of disease,    out    of the  m   m0h.^X ,f\ 8  II HIV  ���������H'B"  If Constipated, Bilious  or Headachy, take  "Cascarets."  it will be months before vehicle traffic across thc Annapolis and Lequiile:' Diood7 DoddTs"KidnVy" Pills" naturally  rivers   can  be   resumed.     Four  steel get credit    for    curing a number    of  bridges, two wooden bridges, and at  JUa-������--������-������������������������t"������������������"������"������"'������-������"-������'  _ Feel bully! Be efficient! Don't stay  sick, bilious, headachy, constipated.  Remove^ the liver and bowel poison  which is keeping your head dizzy,  your tongue coated, your breath bad  and stomach,,spur.-.. Why.not spend a  few cents for a box of Cascarets and  enjoy the nicest, gentlest laxative-  cathartic you ever experienced? Cascarets never gripe, sicken or inconvenience one like Salts, Oil, Calomel  or harsh Pills. They work while you  sleep.  least a dozen  smaller one  were demolished to a greater or less degree.  Chase's  :ei������t  And Sis Family  for  different diseases.  Ask your neighbors  Kidney Pills.  about   Dodd's  Women's Institutes  In Alberts  Bricks  made  from  peat  are being  used in Sweden for small buildings.  A Pony That is Credited With the  Best of Table Manners  The high intelligence of horses was  superbly demonstrated during the war  and some day a lover of the horse  wil!  collate  tb*  many wonderful  incidents in which he played a leading  part.    One of these will be the vagaries  of  a  Canadian  General'3  thoroughbred, which again and again refused to budge to the spur at times  when there was apparently no evidence of the slightest danger.    Twice  he  saved his master's life  by deliberate acts of insubordination.      The  latest yarn about a pony that had a  race-track reputation is worth repeating in this connection.    Every morning its owner brought this pony into  the dining-room oi the house in which  e..������-J.-������-e....m-^^.������-i  he was billeted, and led him round the  table.   The pony was offered all sorts  of dainties, but he would only touch  slices of bread and butter, of which  he was inordinately fond.   It was not  a big room, and there was not much  space between the wall a'rid the stable.'  so if he had shown any restlessness  the table and all that was on it must  have been demolished.    He, however,  behaved always with the manners of  a  retriever  dog,  and only  the  slices  of bread and butter had to be replenished.  Wantmore   ,  Peanut Cookies  One-fourth cup butter (scant), one-half cup  sugar, one egg beaten -without separating  ���������white and yoke, one cup Fowler's Wantmor-a  Blanched Salted Peanuts, two tablespoons oS  milk, three-fourths cup of flour.  vream thc ouiicr Kfauiiatlj, fccitlns is ths  sugar, egg-, milk and -flour sifted with one  teaspoonfull of baiting powdesr. Chop the cuU  fine and add them to the mixtures. Drop oa  a buttered tin a teaspoonfull on one place;  bake in a moderate oven. This recipe makes  two dozen small cakes. Be sure and tis-a  Fowler'a Wantmore Salted Peanuts, aa na  other peanuts make them as good.  [OST people, first knew Dr,  Chaso through his Receipt Boole. Its reliability* and  usefulness mado him friends  everywhere.  When hc put his Nerve Food,  Kidney-Liver Pills and other  medicines on tho market they  received a hearty welcome, and  ���������������������������liirtjj"      C-"l*"*0'-'')t''''''***-'l-*-''      ���������wvinivf'      !������������������)���������"���������������  kept them high in tho public  esteem.  T(������l-r** 7*>r. ���������01i*T������o,*-!t TrMn<>i'-r,tver  X^lllw for example*.. Thcro la no troat-  mont to bo compared to them as a  menni of re-julatlnir tho liver, kidney* and bowe-la nnd curing conutl-  pfttlon, bllloubiicMH, klelnoy aiuua������o  wnd inditf-nutl!-!-,.  Olio V>1U % auae, iiie a. liox ������t all licalcni,  or Kiliuausou, Bate* el Co., Ltd., Toronto.  MHHMMtnwMinm  'mts,m \m44mm0xxm*tmsym4^mmix4  pmttt AVMVe^AW'AVI  Increased During the Past Year By  More  Thar. Three  Thousand  Thc steadily increasing influence  and importance in the life of the province of the Women's institutes in  Alberta was demonstrated at thcir  first annual convention held at Edmonton.  In the course of the convention the  superintendent made the statement  (bat the membership of these institutes had increased during the past  year by more than three thousand,  making a total of 13,150 member's in  the province and giving Alberta the  second largest institute in Canada.  An immense amount of work has  been done by these institutes, especially iiv the rural settlements, where  their effect is particularly beneficial.  Thc curriculum includes lectures and  demonstrations in dozens of different  lines; there were fifty-four short  courses of instruction in home nursing, care of the sick, and fir at aid,  which were delivered by the provincial ile.iiiii miLSes ut ihe uepai iiiieai  of health. Twenty-one demonstrations -- were given. Sixteen short  courses in cookery, and numberless  other ui:i������.oiu>Li.luoii^ .uiu lccLuic iu  rural sociology, legal statu* of women, civics, improved schools, the fecd-  inij and health of children, etc. Iu  uuouiun  tu  tiu*i, .ui unikici-ttc .mioum  of    relief    weuk    h;ev    been    i aii ire!    on  and thousands of dollars raised  throughout the provlnct, distributed  for this purpose.  Any Woman Can Dye  And Keep in Style  "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, Shabby  Apparel Into New  Don't worry about perfect results.  Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to  any fabric, whether it be wool, silk,  linen, cotton or mixed goods.-���������  dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts,  children's coats, feathers, draperies,  coverings���������everything.  The Direction Book with each  package tells how to diamond dye  ovcr any  color. *  To match anv material, havc dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  A   Health   Saving  Sm^ll~-ili.--i-~T~  Don't Wait  until  you   get  the   Spanish  Influenza.   USES  Minard's   Liniment  At the first sign of it.    It'-a Healing Qualitiei  -are amazing.   THE OLD RERLIABLE.  MINARD'S  LINIMENT  CO.,  I/TD.,  Yarmouth   "M.S.  MONEY ORDERS  Do Not Question U.S. Action  Colonel Maione asked the Government in the British House of commons whether the supplying of arms  and ammunition to Poland by the  United States government had receiv-  Tne sate way to send a oney ay mail is by  Dominion Express Money Order.  ed the approval of the supreme council. Andrew Bonar Law replied that  any action which the United States  may have seen fit to take in this matter could not suitably be the subject  of question and answer in the house.  A woman can get a man to do  anything she wants him to if she has  tact enough to induce him to talk  about himself.  Theatre Attendance in Alberta  During the past year 7,374,393 people passed through the doors of the  theatres in thc province of Alberta,  according to information given to the  legislature by W. Mv Davidson, reo-  pecling theatres for Alberta. The  total receipts for the theatre tax during the year 1919 was $143,926, a������  compared with $90,725 in 1918.  lle-.eUli iu reul wealth.  ���������������..HMr������!ft.||^  where.  Catarrh Cannot be Cured  by  I.OCAT-  AT-T-IJ CATIONS,  as  thcy  cim-  Tint r-f-teli thr- 'li-ret nf llif ������llMr--i������n. f'nt'irrli li  it local ilisc.'iiic crwitly influenced liy con-  Htituilomil coneliiionii. HAI.l.'S CATAURII  Ml'DICINl*. will cine catarrh. It is tiil-fn  internally anel acts through the Itlooel on the  Mucous Surf.'irm of the* Sv������lein. liAliV.'S  CATA1UUI     MKDlcrNK    is    coiniiojecl    of  UU1IIC      tlf       lltC       llCirl       tuUU.r       HULrWll,       lAilllljilit.il  with i-tome nf the he-.il liloeiel jiuril'-crs. Tlio  perfect comhinntion of the iiiiri*erclient������ in  HAiX'S CATARRH MKUICINH la what  liroehu-rt- such vi/ninh-rful reuults in cnurilial  conelitions.  i*...,.���������.:.���������. ;...   '.. ...���������;.,;   .....  V. J. Cheney -A Co.,  Props., Toledo, Ohto.  Tin* Bnn-iu-l.'iw ii often the child of  corrow.  A ftill-errrnwn whale wcip-ii-x* 100 tons,  or piu much a* HO clfphant-ii.  A Happy Family  BY DR. 8. a DOWERS, .  A happy family la ono that con ait down tc tho tablo with keen,  appetitca and good cheer. Plenty of tho out-of-doora and cleanliness,  insido and outsido of tho body, will mako for health, wealth and  happiness. Your doctor will toll you that any thing from a  headache to tho most eorious illneaa may result from allowing; food  to ferment in the intestines. Tho first thing to do in caso you feel  mean, logy, dull, perhaps feverish, is to flush tho liver and kidneys,  drink plenty of water, and take a doso of ecastor oil, or, eometning  belter, made of May-applo, aloin and jalap, and long Gold by almost  every druggist as Dr. Piorco'o Pleasant Pellets. This may save you  irom u iit oi tjickucbt-*, njiitovu CLu pou-oii** fio-uu -lli-j u^^lu-ui ..Ay. p.-.Z  the tissues of tho hotly a chaneo to build up and resist disease.  People aro rculirinj* more nnd more that tho kidneya, junt na do tho  " ���������,.-.������������������.������ ���������> -* ��������� tr-p**** x     ���������    m \ * .    ,   *  OOvVOUl,   UCCU   LO   l-l-J   UUatiCU   ixil-xL~~jLtjiLxmlSJ .        jx-.y.   1~xi.y0L4y.jxj   ... Xr       v-   native organ arm are conatautiy working, separating the poi-onB 'hhh  II.   -     I.I  ~  r. A  I'UU   LIIOUU.  .y^'rv orilrl  t-ri-nf-.Hr-i* ������������������\ Sn4*/\ flin ikuIimvi    j*n**0i*r*i- ������*l������rnitnnn11WTy*l  Tri X XXJ   ymXlmxr.     mr ������* w .<- ...    x~ f.     -mmmx-     ~���������~   ~j xr 0 ��������� -.- ,     ~ ~. x��������� x ��������� ^^   .-.-.. .... .     ^  w.  N.  U.  1309  neuralgia, dropsy and many other serious disturbances.  This cum bo uvoided by btimulating tho kidneys to increased  aetion, p.nd bt-c:m-iH t������f U������ tonfn cficc.t ors ths?.* or;���������*" 1 wotild ndv'mo  nny one to get Anurio (anti-uric-acid) which hi to be had nowaday*  tor fifty cents, at ulmoBt any drug -Ua*.. m  If  I  TH������  CBBSTOK  REVIEW  THF   nRFQTflM RFVIPUUMation> he nas helped form one  !nt   ~"xmm**\m.~ ..-mV.-mvt,  of the Sunday evening gatherings,  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : if>2 a vear in advsinee.  *H2*������) to U.S. points. *  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.G., FKIDAYCAPR. 16  LERGYLESS CRESTON  By ADHERENT  "I have attended church seven times in the last eight years;  have more or less consistently  ridiculed church members and  church activities; in fact have  done most of the things which  were better left undone; and  have most certainly left undone  most of the things that anyone with a sense of religious  responsibility should have done.  But in spite of my own shortcomings I would very much  prefer to see my boy a teacher  in one of the Sunday schools to  have him become an expert poker player. And I would rather  that my daughter should attend  choir practise, than to know  that she was making up half of  a jazz duett. No man, unless  he is satisfied to reap a harvest  of sorrow and regret, ean afford to bring up a family without religious instruction, and  Creston district will be a splendid community to move away  from unless the people waken  ���������.-. r0rtvr.4-.VV c.  V JirgVITA. VT VT.O  to tiie iieeu of taking  action in connection with their  churches."  If a list were   made   showing  Crestonities in the order of their  religious convictions, commencing  at the top of the page with   the  names of those who are most religious, the name of the man  who  made   the   foregoing   statement  would, probably, appear near" the  bottom of the list. Coming from  sueh a source   the   statement   is  most startling and in my own case  has  forced   the   conclusion  that  conditions   are,   indeed,   serious ;-  and |rom the point of view of the  children   of   the   community   the  word "serious" becomes too weak  to express the matter.  Suppose the boy referred to in  the above statement has been in  attendance at either the Presbyterian or Methodist churches,  which are supposed to serve over  fifty per cent of the Valley's pop-  averaging^always less than" twenty in number, which were practically all women and children���������  for never have grown men been  known to form even a fair proportion, of a Creston congregation.  He has been forced to spend an  hour in an atmosphere of depression listening to prayers too heavily freighted with the all-pervading spirit of hopelessness to ever  ascend heavenward, and to sermons whose phrases echoed far  over the heads of listeners who  failed to listen.'  Nor can the blame be placed on  the preachers. Imagine, if you  ean, a minister delivering an effective^ address on honesty oppressed by the fact that his own  debts may have to go by default  due to the dishonesty of his congregation in failing to pay the  salary promised, which at its best  could only afford a bare living.  Imagine a minister delivering  an interesting address on any subject to a congregation of empty  pews, while through the front  door of his church he recognizes  those who should have been , his  listeners among the returning  fishing and picnic parties. If the  "angel Gabriel, and this statement  is ro.ade with all reverence, were  to occupy one of the pulpits, it is  very doubtful ��������� in the writer's  mind���������if even angelic enthusiasm  eould withstand the indifference  of Creston people. The remarkable thing is that in the face of  this  indifference  ministers have  done as well as they havc.  Many aspects of the situation  are open for discussion. Some  might be found who would even  discuss as to whether or not  churches are beneficial to the  community, but on one point all  fair-minded  people  must agree:  The blame fur  tlie rCiIglOus eOuui-  tion of this community (which  can be guaged by the fact that  there were no Easter services of  any kind.whatever in Creston this  year) rests entirely with the people of Creston.  But let us return to the boy  question. Should the present tendency of things religious continue  it will be a matter of only a short  time until the boy Will hear the  announcemejit made that the  church, which he has been attending, has been closed permanently.  Possibly, for boys have keener  reasoning powers than we credit  them with, he may spend   much  SALES  MOTES  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 when due, and credit your  account.   jui  it~.lL?  C������AJN.A.I)A.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  rm  alon^ with Tire Repairing material have advancer] but we will sell  for   March   at  old   prices.  It you linv*' ;m old tin- with a bad  blow-out gut one of  ���������:".!���������   \*').'f-v.*-)\v.'>   Woo.' Out   fVir-it ���������-������������������   it   U'ill  hob I  tho  lift-* ot* tlio l in-.  n������M>;<; in von? r.\i{ koj> am ovKRiiAm,  S-^t-s^a1- ������x-&  ���������C8.  to file your  on ., MJ. J  eturii  April, 1920  Dosnission of OisisSidsi  ������-*-,*��������� *XAr*.-+0\ ~\  Department of Finance  p^ a-4x~ prcrsviio residing in Canada, em-  * ~ ployed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax  on income, as follows :���������  1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,090 or more. , '  2. AU other individuals who during the  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  more.  So Every corporation ana joint stock company  whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended in 1919.*  orms  to be used in filing  returns on or before  the 30th of April, 1920.  ��������� ALL I.ND1VS DUALS other than  farmers and ranchers must use  Form T 1.  FARMERS   AND   RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATIONS and joint  stock companies must use Form  tf -m ���������-���������'-��������� ���������  B     &0  Penalty  fcAery person r-eej-jui-T-c-** *v ...nm*- S r-S.^.r'.., -t-..���������  (ails to do so withlo tbc lime Simis, ^sbal! be  subject to a t enaity -of Twenty-five per centum  of the rnnoun   of the tax payable.  Any   rersan- whether   ta*ab'e, or  otherwls*,  who fails to make a return or provide Infortna-  tiCn Hkily rerjuired according to tbe provision of  rhe Act. tshatl be liable on summary conviction  to   a   r-ena't"    of    -flfO   for   each   day    during  which    the default   continue*!.    Also any person  .j  making a  false  statement   tn any  return or in  -anv information required by the  Minister, shal'.  -*. be  Malii������k,-on summary conviction,   to a penalty  nc? esisi-dlnn .<IO-.iHin, or ro si* monthsVimprisori-"  meitt or ni-'botu line und imprisonment.  General Instructions.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or  Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from  Pos tni������ s tsr ������.  Read carefully all instructions on  Form before filling it in.  Prepay postra^e on letters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspectors of  Taxation. ���������������������������-���������'  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  4  Address INSPECTOR OF TAXATION,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  R. JW. 3REAT>NETV  Commissioner of Taxation.  .''   *  '      I l< 4.  V    ��������� '       I   . I'J-        I   '      , /. i I .       ,       ri  III.        ..Ill . 1,  I i  ,. i. | |  I   .     1 ���������   I t , <  I"  1  I I   IV  uinn-Miii'-  I     II'    ,t)\i   VVAi\~T A   I '/Iii) (tne!  iloii'i, mim'k   rai'iy dm) I  3 cii:':' ii:-; if wc '",.!ii\(it ������������������iir-ply later.  v-*^-.'ir','������'"f.'*������'-..i     i. -j .nrmTm    a~     t>M xxn.\r~7.  "Z?  \-,r~.-~-t~J fl \Jfl^ At*A\<LJ !. \jr    UL    *J>H-Ja~  a  Am* a  f, i*   - *   ,    -i   ������������������   ���������*    ���������*������������������       ������       ve    " ������     ������  l������ .   i ���������>. i i ii v   , \ . s .    . vi /���������> i i,i > "i' I .  !  . .^m.mi00~0m.~0mm. .���������.-..,. ��������� ,..-.,  time trying to find a reason for  the death of religious teachings  so far as he is concerned, that  will be consistent with his mother's professed belief in the bible  and its teaching. It is not likely  that the boy will come to the correct conclusion, which is that the  churches in Creston have died not  because of any failure of the bible  truths; not because of opposition,  but simply because of the indifference' of his parents, and the  parents of other Creston children.  Let us follow the matter still  further, still supposing conditions  to continue along the same channels they appear,to be taking today, in two or three years' time  the boy, possibly on his way to  and from high school, will pass  the churches but thc things for  which thcy stand today will have  been forgotten. It is a certainty  that parents too indifferent to the  "religious needs of thcir boy to  spend thcir time and money in  keeping religious institutions alive  will bc too indifferent to give religious instruction in the home. It  is very doubtful if thc baseball  park, the poolroom, or thc jazz  hound club will supply the need.  Without discussing an impossibility we can continue this line  .���������till further and suppose th.it the  parent should bc unfortunate in  having to fnce tho death of the  boy just as he is reaching the state  of umnhood, without a place of  worship from which to conduct  1b<������ hiniiml, with the last sad rites  bring performed hy a stranger if  -I-   ���������������.   .   ���������. a   ...,...i,S   --...-.--. v. t A    i.V   .-,    wit vtNo _  ' ' ' *   ������������������'*���������_'      ��������� ��������� ' ��������� ' - -   -    t     ���������   ter bciiifr Mi-cured. Are there any  parentH in Creston Valley who  would dan1 conlt-inplate, under  snell conditions, the inevitable re-  Knits of their indifference to the  n-litfioui; need.-; of their children?  Tluic   vnay   b,>,   -und   doubtless  are.  people  who claim   that   the  I'liiirrill-li    HH     MM'jy*     I'.IIMI.     Uiilliil     lie.  better clo-ied  und that   something  !>.'ti-.-r :.ns!  i*i',*t  -n  I'-e-.-iung with  We are now in a position to fill  orders for Fresh Lime and  Ground Sulphur.  Greston Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  ill i i     WI  BANK BY MAIL  Regular saving will soon show a handsome balance in the depositor's account.  It may be difficult for yon to come to the  bank always when you want to deposit.  Send in deposits by mail���������they will be afl  carefully handled as though you handed ,  them over the counter.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  $15,000,000  1  i( '<m*j *jj| eie-ei im   i'n;-.- 0  PAID-UP CAPITAL  CIir.iJTOM liliANCH, C. C. Bennttt, M:maL'������'r.  I--    tr*. tx m*    *\r\ %.  ~\-1 ^/nn^w^u  ���������.M-a^fr-a^  lilllW*-!.^^  !  I  li  0~~   ���������.....��������� iwimfiii'iwietf-VpitH-tiif^'ffll  ���������eei-tiiS^^  "������������������l*^^***"^-^-*^***^** m\  mm^m^^^Ms^Lmms^s^tmm  tjiiumimmimmdXimmfiiJmmiimmiAiimim  ���������-��������� -iHisaBas-  mm 10-DAY TEA SPECIAL  i  Ol*Oi������**3H  ~\ m\~*-  %~*m  I  1  "We offer you  S * Zm '  put up in TEN-POUND BOXES at  1?.������%   Ymisslf   K-QX  ,m^vmr        mm*T~.m.        ~v~-T^&m  WHEN   WE   TALK  about our Tea and -Uoffee  we are -spe-aking of the  best. Wre 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.  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  This Peek's arrival of  a  include a large shipment of  English ^������tndhyrris   iti  ^lairi  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 afc prices that are.hard to duplicate.  All above goods are true dyes, and are guaranteed fast in color.  LIMITED  ^ttaaliaaglaajgeisammamciisaua  -ajjjy/j  If you are needing  i  GLER6YLESS GHESTON  j i  i  [Continued from Page 4  the times should be:found. People in Creston Who hold their belief have*-a. golden opportunity to  bring forward that "'something  better" at the present time. It is  a significant fact that these people are taking no action.  The question is not whether or  not it is necessary to develop and  cultivate religious instincts. No  man of ordinary education would  risls his* re^'uiation of sanity by  disputing the fact that the child  brought up without religion is defective, and any one who honestly  disputes the fact-that the church  has. been the.^ greatest factor in  our civilization is simply advertising his ignorance..  If the removal of things religious but placed us in a negative  position as regards religion and  morality, conditions might be considered not quite so serious.   It is  a disquieting fact, however, that  the person who is not moral is almost certain to be immoral, and  the person who is not religious is  eertain to be ungodly.  Applying the argument  community itc would seem that we  are not overstating the facts when  we say that unless Creston people  faee the situation and rectify present conditions there is a possibility that Creston Valley must sometime in the not distant future be  described as an immoral and ungodly community.  "The writer hopes that this is  taking the view of the situation  which is unnecessarily pessimistic.  It seems certain, however, that  the lianuWritiiig is on tne wad,  and that Creston has been 'weighed in the balance and found wanting.' Let us: h-ope that the men  of the district will heed the warning in the interest of the boy and  the  A.-. AXtrx  \i\J      I/11C  For town or country Uhe the Chevrolet-Light Delivery  Wagon is equally efficient. It will carry full capacity  loads���������either passengers or merchandise���������over anyroad  a motor car could possibly negotiate with a speed and  security that gives ample evidence of its staunch construction and unfailing. .'���������;'���������"-���������  If you are interested in economical haulage, you will,  want to inspect this Chevrolet.  Chevrolet Light Delivery Wagon $1120 io.b. Creston.  With Two Extra Seats $1165.  As another example of municipally  cv?2ied. utility* I would st-s-t? that, tlie  Kasio  electric  light  plant has  been  operated now for; a number of years  under  city   ownership  and  manage-  ent, and up to the present has  not  only paid the interest on the purchase debentures, but has supplied, "the  necessary sinking fund so far required to be raised to. meet, the cost of  the plant���������that is, up to the present  the  original  plant  has not cost  the  city one  dollar.    In addition to  all  this, the city statement for last year  shows a net surplus   transferred   to  general account, $1568.   In the case of  for an amount for street lighting  about th-9- same as that charged by  the former owners, but the lighting  given is about three times as great  for the money as supplied under private ownership, and Kaslo is one of  the best lighted cities in. the interior.  A. T. Garland.  How About This  I-wish I-could get words to express  The:* country's   need   for   work;    not  ��������� rest.     .:..,.,....-  I'd puzzle this -sad brain of mine  And thus avert*n-j'������reat famine.  "The aged and ir>fh*m can't nciw  ���������Snw"grain; cul-tivateor plow."  The young can't-.j-ealiy. see the need���������  A situation grave, indeed.  The aged men oFfiKts great day ,  Of merriment, and joy and play.  Compare these years with years gone by  And scarcely can keep back a cry.  ���������;Di look ahead, my sons." they say,  "For yonder comes a malady.  Money and mirth and auto pleasure  Will deprive us of a greater treasure."  What a man hath for his life will give  If only he may surely live.  Spring is h������-*re and asks of you,  Young man, Avhilt are you going to do?  Will  you; sow seeds, and* work with  might.  To save your  nation   from   famine's  plight.  Or. stave along, hot work, but play,  And calmly wait the evil day.  I speak these words calmly to you���������  As for results its up to .you.  T. M. EDMONDSON.  mecLiic  pi3.Ui.,  rrivrrvtrt  bt. xrxx  xrvii-  rv'    Spopsis ef      ^  and ft������! ImiBimagiii  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Btatterf ieldf s  Kaslo*s Utilities Pay  00m.  Wynndel, VB.G/  Full line of  X4m7~mxZ--m-   f^-mm mm-*** ������*������    -  VV AJUL-O *m-.<-~m\a. V *~X~9  ono6s  with rubber soles  Ladies* Hose  Men's Sox  Shirts - Overalls  SOFT DRINKS  Two Per Cent. Beer  8ll"il     III     _*%IH1IBBI BV*"%..  i^������ ui OSSSSSSISO'U  now is the time to buy  vv  ]\i\.vix. just   unloaded  a  of these at Creston  car  r-iW^WiWH'ffHititiii ri'M  wigf  to W l������ww  \lt~m ~*m- i-tr1*  to-mMy-~---mm  Lli ivin * t~.~-  *mn-mt  Imrmjinmeii.wiwi 1  _J  Kaslo, B. C, April 8.  Editor Review: ,  Sir:���������'As an advocate of municipal  ownership of public utilities, I wish  to draw your attention to an error in  an item in a recent issue of your paper, in which you say that the Kaslo  waterworks was not a paying city-  operated utility. Thin ia absolutely  wrong. You apparently got this Idea  from the published report of the proceedings of the city council, when the  financial statement of tho city was  mliler'discussion, and as a roaeon for  a suggestion by ono of tho ahlermon  that it might bo advisable to increase  tho present water rate, it was stated  that the not revenue tho city was obtaining was not. in proportion to tho  capital Investment In tho plant.  Tho city statement shows that a  not surplus, aftor paying its*full share  of the city office expenses, muluton-  nnco and upkoop of tho plant, also  ���������JMll spont on capital account, thoro  was a nut prol'lt o������ $107 truuui.'orrod'  to gonoral account. A consldorablo  additional amount should bo given  credit to the waterworks syntam, an  no credit is irivon it for tho large  number of. liydiauis disuibutuil thru  tho city. Also, It iti doubtful IC there  Is a town  in  tho  interior of Urttluh  ���������r*|ilUluii[tc   WiiOtiu   citlZCilu   -jiijoy   UO 10VV  a wator-rato an do tho people of Kaslo. Tho basic rate here In ^1.00 por  month for a ronldonco, without any  limit mt tu tho mniibur of tuim.  If this v.roro a privately owned riyo  tom; the  rato would  qui to likely bo  9.1 I tli    inn)    line   e-llv    ������������(���������    -���������lueli'i'-it    iilieml  $1200  por  year  for  hydrants  for  fire  j protection.      1    think    tin-no    n-zim'ti  v-o-nlt!   bc   in  proportion   lo  whnl   wo  paid for our electric uervlco before It  Wait   ���������lOejk.I'.-^il   by   tlio   l.������l>.  Is there any  Meat in  the  \ House?  This is tho firHt ijues-  tion that presents itself  to the housewife, if an  imoxpect'Od visitor drops  in for a meal.    But why  ���������orry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Fin.it.i~i   Qa-dliiy  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  itiologna, XM.C  lu*  uii-   nlwayn   to   In-   had  ilt'l'l'.      Ill l������n*ae.*>   Uw'iiii'.;,r  ���������quite i-quult' '.Shamrock  'iienluet'..  tutmrnx-,  P  a  9.  \~~  Pa B 5 ~T~. UTS .iu  nc   >c*S>  GSL.  Minimum   price   of   first-class   land .  reduced to $5 an acre: second-class to  $2.50 an acre. ;-''  .   "Fre-emption   now   connned   to* sur-  ..  veyed lands only.  Records -will be granted covering oril^  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.  Tiecessary"Improvements on* respective  .���������claims.'-':-; "s.    -.**���������-���������-���������-���������: ;-f '      >-. J-'?'"'-���������"���������  ^re-emptors must occupy cJalms for.-.  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clear-; -  ing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and' lias mf.de pro- .  portionate improvements, he may. because of ill-health,-or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and tracer his* claim.  Kecoi-ds; -njjthou.i. permanent resi-  Ae.nc<" may.Jt>8..IssupdJ-pravided applicant makes' improvements to extern, of  ?300 per annum and records same each  year.,.: Pailui*e, to mkke improvements  or record'-same/--wil) operate as forfeiture.,. .>,Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  oi -jiu.uO per aore. .ic^'.u^ir.g 5 acres  cleared ar.^i-cu,t������ivated,'ahd residence-  of at least 2 years are required x.  Pre-������mp.t9r hqldlngu Crown T&raht  may reeord another pre-emption, if he.,  rcQu'reSv-lr^d in conjunction with his  farm; without actual occupation, provided .?ta.!tut0O" ���������-r.-Unp.-fQ.V'einents made  : and {.residence maintained on Crown  gran*.<*d land, . ��������� fr    u.   ,,.,-  MlJ^surveyed -arcaSi,V-not -exceedlnc 2o  Il."*;Te*l' Vnny bo 'cased, as homesltes;  title to be obtainfiatifK^.jruianing rcai-  dentlal and Improvement conditions.  For KrarlnK and Industrial purposes  ari-as exceeding 640 acrca. may be  x'ift. hy ������������"0 person or comp-tiny.  . Mill, factory or Industrial Bites on  timber land not exceeding -40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of atumpaBe.  ���������Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by i>.?.1**lttn.K roada may be purchased  conditional -upon construction ot-n road  to them.. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  ^ ACT.  The i^opo of this Act Is enlnrcred to  Include all persons joining and serving* with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which tho hoira or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for tlUo umlei- this Act Is erecteriiletl  rioiie) for aim year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until one  yi-ur after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also mado retroactive, ft  No fcc:i rclatintc to pre-emptions undue or payable by soldiers on pre-  cmptiouH recorded after Juno 20. itu������  Taxeii are remitted for live year*.  I rovlnlon for return of money** ac-  cruc.l duo and been paid since AuatiHt  A, 15)14. on account of payments, feen  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Intt-reHt   tm   i\i'vi.i.t\M.*\i.-   tn   ni|.;n)n.   .  ,-.0,w".������.r, cltv ,0"' hcUX b>' rncmb'erijOf  Allied 1-orccn. or dependents, aeiiurVcd  1 jllrect or Inellroct. romlttoel from en-  liniment to March 31. 1D20.  ���������3UD.PUllCHAr.URS   OF   CROWN  LAIMOB.  rrovinlon made for liu.uance *>{  Crown Krantu to Hijb-purclmieor.i of  Crown Lunelle, uce-ulrlnif rl-flitH from  purcliauerii who failed to compl������|M  Irun. I..v; c.   InvolwIiiK  foi/citun*.  uu  JU|.  flt������l������*.oi>|i   l\4   r"i������,llll,..,���������   ,.d   . <   . 'r  It-ruil uiul luxt-i*.    Wherii ������ilt>-pure.*liim.  <-r*i do not clrelin whole, of e-rfijln;'.: ;,.4j  j:������J, puivhairv -.uic.* elu������ u:id laxV-i-i mav  be    dltitrlbuliMl   jiroix-rtloiiutely    (,v������V  r��������� .ivr.w     ^'.w^ .���������.|i|i<i,������..M-iiii|������*r.     IIH'r-l       |||>  mneiei  by  M������y   1.   V-.a.  GKAZINtt.  eirii-cliiK   Act.    I-ji-j.   for     HVHt-'miitie-  ������������iv������-Ui|uiuih yil  iivcMeicle liidiiMry iiro-  Vlile'H   f������,r   ������tra-rlute*   df^tnefr'   :���������,.��������� il   ���������������������������*���������,  tuniinintr.kiion    under    Coimnlu-iieV.'i'ir  ti'-rrnlti"   Im mil   i,:i. ,..*  tssBstm  xs^sm w m. m  xt x^m  00*  i in  ���������ukUi  Annual   KinrAvir  m    hnrrrlvrr,      .- -  lltilu'el eivvu.i..  fori.I A������'%<m*I.-������-. .���������'  lull.I-       0-.y.y.   y,  im ���������><* l. .t i .j. v **.  lo ten ticail.  .-ilir'li -inviK-i-i      m.iy  ��������� >.  for  r i. \-(-   ia:u..i*,;V:  1-..I   li^i������>      ll ...r,     |M..|  lli.ld  Jjo.1.1    lrl      ti ..-vllia'{ .1.     up  l  %*5  W *Xtm&ttWA4rtto'$ifmt^.~ft*VmytlTI H*ffMI*t*-HlJITT*nI ���������  ItttiWt4n\ttj##A14mmat*Mii*1imVmMliltStiWi*4il--������*A������>ti������������l���������������^tl*JwmwHr������<w*-*rMlut^lLmS-^-Sl-iJyiL-r t*u.���������i.ifc. -.   ~\~~���������.*~��������� i-jj i**. *fc*_Iji  i*������t*Wt*-*i',ei)������M������*������*W  'P-L'i%,\tn,L.\.:U~A.^~^  a������������a������s2^^  *Mtfe^ii������eWJn-Mi*^������f^  f tt****** .is maruitisitai* eM-wv we ������* *j  ���������J.-fclUijMiMlHiiimijAHiMlW  ���������$^gLj$smnm40^^  ������������������fofo-^fe^ ������%W-0&mm~0?-mzr^Wm'Ww?-z  "What ar������ iH-ej* A. solid foiaa of  frost-Mt���������������a chilling of the part to  such ft C.-T9B t-bat infiammatioa is  sot up, -aauaias a tingling pain, ex-  eesalve irritation, and often Bweli-  fing. Zam-Buk cures chilblains by  drawing out tbe inflammation, thus  -ending the pain and irsitailoa and  deducing the swelling.  Miss Annie Lienard of BeaverdaJe,  Ont, says: "I Buffered agonies from  Chilblains and used many remedies,  l>ut nothing gave me any ease until  S used Zam-Buk, which, after a  Slttle perseverance, completely rid  ene of this painful ailment."'  Regular applications of Zam-Buk  ���������"Mil prevent a recurrence of the  trouble.   Keep it bandy.   BOc. box.  e=s  Canada's Status  Canada's international status has  been determined by its inclusion m  the League of Nations as a distinct  national entity, possessing die same  standing and voting power as is accorded to sovereign nations, and obligated to assume the same responsibilities and discharge the same duties as arc laid on all other nations.  This 18 an almost revolutionary  change in status to that existing prior  to the Great War. When, on August  4, 1914, Great Britain declared war on  Germany, Canada, in common with  the whole British Empire, was automatically at war. The Canadian Parliament did not make a declaration of  war; it merely took ofnciaX cognizance of the fact that a state of war  existed. It remained, however, for  ihe Canadian Parliament to decide  the extent of Canada's participation  In the war.  In future, however, as a full-fledged  member of the League of Nations,  Canada will have a voice in deciding  issues of peace or war. Canada's vote  will count just as effectively as the  vote of Great Britain, France, Italy  ������r any other country. This means  that, whereas formerly Canada had no  foreign policy, because it had no say  In foreign affairs. It must decide issues  of  peace  or war for  itself.  This change in Canada's international status inevitably calls forborne  ehange in its position within the  British Empire and in the relations  hitherto existing between this Dominion and Great Britain. There arc  certain anomalies in the present relation-ship that must be corrected, but  which in no wise weaken the Empire,  or tend to Canada's withdrawal therefrom ; on the contrary, such changes  as are necessary should have the effect of adding strength to the Empire.  Recognized   as  a  nation   within   a  A Woman's Right  Is tn enjoy good health. The secret of  ���������good health is chiefly to maintain normal activity of the stomach, bowels,  liver. "*Vrir������ ������nd kidneva.  League of Nations, Canada will have  direct relations with all other nations  and it is almost certain to follow that  this Dominion wiii have its own accredited representatives at the capitals of other countries. The first step  In the evolution of this policy is being taken in the appointment of a  Canadian Minister tot Washington. In  the past, if the Canadian Government  had representations to make to the  United States Government it" was necessary to transmit them to the Colonial Office in London, who in turn  handed them over to the British foreign office, which sent them on with  instructions to thc British ambassador at Washington. Replies to such  representations had io return via the  same route, and aii negotiations between Ottawa and Washington had to  be conducted through London. In  future, we are to have direct dealings  with the United States Government  through a Canadian Minister at Washington.  Other      important      constitutional  changes are up for discussion at Ottawa.    Canada derives its constitution  from the British Parliament, through  the British North America Act   Any  alteration or amendment to that constitution can only be affected by the  British   Parliament  upon   address  of  the Canadian Parliament.    It is now  proposed that Canada shall be given  full power over its own constitution,  to   amSnd  it  from   time  to   time  as  the people of Canada conceive in their  own    interest it should be amended  and without  recourse to  the British  Parliament.   Australia arid New Zealand possess such control over their  constitution, and thc Dominion  Minister of Justice is now in negotiation  with  the  several  Provincial  Governments with a view to having representations made to the British Government and Parliament for the conferring of similar powers upon Canada.  The  view  has  long  been  held by  many Canadians that a change should  also be affected in our system of judicial appeals.      At present "the final  court of appeal for  Canada    is    the  Judicial    Committee    of    the    Privy  Alberta Potatoes  for CaMerai  Recognition   of-^Quality  of  Produce  Grown in Western Canada  The Right Course  Work of Instructing British Columbia's Farmers of Tomorrow  Agriculture under competent teachers along practical-lines is taking an  .New  mancets   ior   tne  potato  crop   . ... . .  of Alberta have been opened up by \ inc_r.?as,mely ;f?f0rtanl?.0Sltl������n ������? fcl?e  the  shipment" of a whole carload of  potatoes   consigned   from   Edmonton  to San Francisco.  This shipment practically constitutes the first consignment of the  kind ever sent from Edmonton direct  to the Pacific Coast. While eastern  markets have been plentiful in the  past, direct orders for potatoes from  California points have seldom reached this city and the placing of such  a shipment with a city such as San  Francisco is a recognition of the quality of produce grown in the province.  *****  ��������������� m mm  nm. 0. am.  luyusiis  A SPRING TONIC  A1D3 EFFICIENCY  Lay Foundation of Good Health Now  By Building Your Blood and  Strengthening Your  Nerves  The good old fashion of taking a  tonic in the springtime, like most of  the customs of our grandparents, is  based upon sound common sense and  good medical practice. Winter is always a trying time, for thosc who are  not in rugged physical health. Many  men, women and children go through  the winter on reserve strength thcy  have stored up during the sunny, sum  curriculum of the public schools in  thc different municipalities of the  lower Fraser Valley of British Columbia.  At the present time the class in  i agriculture of one of the high schools  i are taking a course in the proper feeding of live stock and arc getting an  insight into the different values of the  various kinds of feeds for cattle,  horses and sheep.  Last month the pupils were gaining useful knowledge about soils,  their properties and fertilization. Ten  schools in the same district are busy  preparing plans for the school gardens. Poultry raising and the care of  calves and pigs are also on the school  program.  The teaching of nature-study in the  class-rooms, the practical work of tlie  school and home garden, and the emulating contests of school fairs are all  factors which tend towards the development of the boys and-girls of today, and will greatly assist them in  upcoming emcient farmo  er's wives in the coming years  Wash well in warm water  -using absolutely pure soap:  BabyV Own  -rinse well���������and dry carefully.  So tne anirire-ii of  your skin, mn  Baby'sQwaSoap*  "Best for Baby ant  Best for Vou."  Sold everyirliere.  Albert Soaps Isnltefl.  Mitt., Moutml.  I-.  dUvx.    iS-xIH"3  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Canada^s Tire Production  Figures    made    public in Montreal  ���������,.��������� ���������-Mls    ������������������,=   ��������� , rpZrC | show that there were about 2,000,000  mer   montns,   ana   grow   muieasmgiy' '      '  QmB V effflflU������1  PSLLS  ^l ���������fW^fw^W'^p'f^ y\���������\ i ^*r  ^X0^yrxt4^  Imsxnxt Sal* of Any MaeJl  tin* In th* Wo-vltf.  Sold ���������werywUer-  M  Canada.  ta Isc-meo, 2Ffc, KO*".  Council in jcngland. There :s a growing belief that, so far as Canadian  cases are concerned, the Supreme  Court of Canada should be made the  final court of appeal���������that it should  be supreme in fact as well as in name,  and that all the expense and delay  inseparable from appeals to London  should be obviated.  Slowly, but none the less surely,  Canada and the other self-governing  Dominions of the British Empire seem  to be moving towards the ultimate  goal of independence in all foreign affairs, just as they have long been independent in all domestic matters.  This does not mean that Canada will  sever its connection with Britain, nor  withdraw from the Empire. Not at  all. It has������ been declared by thc  Prince of Wales, Lloyd George and  others, that Canada is now a nation,  a partner of Great Britain, occupying  a position of equality with Britain in  the Empire. If this is true, and no  onc disputes it, then existing anomalies whereby in some respects thc British Government, Parliament,and thc  courts can exercise a veto ovcr Canada must be removed.  Evolving gradualy, the apparent end  would seem to bc the constitutional  establishment of Canada and the other  self-governing Dominions as sovereign nations, all owing allegiance to  one Crown, flying the same flag,  working together in cordial co-opcra-  lion for the good of all, but cacli mis-  trrss of their own affairs. In a word,  a kague of British nations within a  Ltnguei of Nations.  pale and languid as the spring days  approach. A tonic for the blood and  nerves at this time will do much for  such people, by putting color in the  cheeks and banishing that tired feeling that worries thousands of people  at this season of thc year.  It is impossible to be  energetic if  your blood is thin and weak, or if your  nerves  are  frayed  Or  shattered.     luGU*  cannot compete with others if you do ,  not get refreshing sleep at night,.or if  vnilr   anilfi*l*i(������������������������*���������   ia   nneir   r.r   *"*QH   *2.f*e   loB-  J    ��������� ��������� XT X ��������� -������������������       -���������       xJ^-xr-        V.        J~XX      XX-tr       1X4X1  ing weight. You need a tonic at this  time to add to your efficiency now, as  well as to save you from suffering  later on. And in all the realm of  medicine there is no better tonic than  Dr. Williams Pink Pills. These pills  tone and enrich the blood which circulates through every portion of the  body, strengthening jaded nerves^and  run-down organs, and bringing .a feeling of new strength and energy to  weak, easily tired, despondent men,  women and children.  Mrs. J. N. McNeil, Glace Bay, N.S.,  says: "For years past my home has  never been without Dr. Williams Pink  Pills, and I have good reason to praise  them highly. Following an attack of  la grippe, I was left in a badly run  down condition. I had no appetite  and felt so weak I could scarcely go  about the house. I was taking medicine but it was not helping me, and a  friend advised me to try Dr. Williams  Pink Pills. I used them for a time  with the most beneficial results. My  appetite improved, my strength returned and I was soon able to do all  my housework. I now use the pills  every spring and find them a splendid strength bringing tonic. I have  recommended the pills to other  (friends who have used them with good  results."  Dr. Williams Pink Pills are a tonic,  not a stimulant. They build up the  blood, and through their use not only  the disastrous after effects of influenza but also troubles due to poor blood  such as anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion and the generally worn-out feeling that affects so many people, dis  automobile tires- manufactured in  Canada last year, requiring about 8,-  000,000 square yards, or 12,000,000  to 16,000,000 pounds of tire fabric, and  that only about one third of the fab-  bric required in the manufacture of  these tires was made in Canada. The  remainder came from the United  States. Increased production of tire  fabric is now aimed at.  The Beauty  of The Lily  |ca������ h~ yours* Sis  wonderfully pure,  soft, pearly white ap  pearance,free from all  j blemishes, will be com-  j pavafolg-. tft (he w-grferi;  B beauty of your skin and  __ comolsxlon If you will usel  '���������*���������������������������������������������������������������;������������������ ���������������.*���������������������������.������������������..;������������������* :^:J-:??r?:'---:-'j"U-'---:?-;'������������������/:���������:??jj:--  ^yypppLC:4i^^}^^Ly^Pr^^ZyPZZ:!  ^FEUli.T;iiiC)PKlNSv^Sb>r;* ^���������^JSi-.^X  -r^S-S-^s  SINCE J 1870  i'  DROPS  STOPS  Lift off Corns!  Doesn't hurt a bit and Free-zone  costs only a few* c-ents.  THE  NEW   FRENCH   REMEDY.           _ _ BMSU.-t^*1  No I for Bladder Oat*������rr*i No" 2 for Blood &  Skin DlseaMt So. ~ for Ohroalo weaknoues.  .-.OLDBYLEAMNGCHEVISTS. PBICF. t*R E������r.t.At.*D.S5.  DR LECLKncMed Co.lHa*rerstockRd..N WJ.LoBilon.  Sen. TRADB MARKED WORD 'THF.RA.PlOM 13 OR  BRIT GOVT. STAMP AFFIXED TO GENUINE PACSSre.  Ernst  A-a/exr~U-*-Ur*pt~!dtin~*  medicine. Sold in three de*  erees ot strength���������No. 1, Sit  No. 2, -S3; No. 8, ������5 per bo*.  Bold bv a-11 dtBf tista, or irafc  prepaid o������s seceip* of t-rico.  Ire*     pamphlet.       Addre������������*|  THE COOK MEDICINE CO*  T0B0HTO, OUT. IFtrBtrlj -,tUu&  *<!^g|rJ^  With your fingers 1 You can lift off  any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the hard skin  calluses from bottom of feet.  A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs  little at any drug store; apply a few  drops upon the corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then shortly  you lift that bothersome corn or  callus right off, root and all, without  one bit of pain or soreness. Truly 1  No humbug 1  appear. You can get tliese pills  through any dealer in medicine, or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Lumber Shortage in Alberta  Death was the penalty for ovcr 200  offences in England at the start of  thc 10th century.  &  ������S3>  Government   Bonds   and  other  high   class  Securities, returning from 5 to 7 per cent.  Particulars    on     request.       Bonds     from  $101) up.  J. B. MARTIN  704 Mclntyre Block - WINNIPEG  ="���������  "Xtae ������>om& <-���������>������ &--P.J  t*������(fc  ������&������<  on  mo Is  it upon  Sr&ff&ff-IS'SJ'*'      &������F~r J9. ������&Fip3v3''  sag  ...t-txmdtr.i-am0t'.iv~.    ���������vt4 4iLi.mfdtr-Smm)4XlXX44IK  xZ2Z~~������x.  .'-.-iir'-Kl'a-a-Vl: '.mm-rJ.l A*P,,irV#*Jy.Mmifr,v,  Children. Should Never  Drink Tea or Coffee.  They are harmful to growth, and  development and have a particularly bad effect on the nervous  ey&tem of the child.  Give tiie children  Needs of Western Canada Should Be  Considered First  Curlailmont of the amount of lumber exported from Canada is the rc-  riuest which tlie Albcrla Association  of Architects has put before the federal government. Local architects  assert that the -situation is desperate  if the big building program in sight  for the* reimiiif season is to be carried out. The association urges that  lhc need:, of Woiloru Canada should  In- considered first and the exportation of luiii]>e;r to the United States  prohibited or curt ailed until such time  an there is an aeh e*t*ate supply of lum-  fuluic  liuihlinir undertaking:'.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayec prostf8  her   for  -..    t ������������������ ...  ^���������^r-vr-ri-vrS  .       ~   ~   idtm*..,    .rum* 4 IrndtmrnixnT- "isfnt*..   ji  Wim. f%f' i' mV?& W^- i i I r^'i  I  VE4 A  Id  JMJ,   ^iiKJr'   MiJ^mmL    ^    JEL A.  and avoid tea and coffee's harm  tm  I'  Many  r *      1    r  11 i i|; lie.  a iiain e.f thought rarriea no  I-niine   men   rven  what   thry   owe.  like to braf about  %  MfiwirdVi Tfrinimrm RHlftv-n* Neural-gin  Thi.  v.Mrto   ������������������'Bayfir"   Iclcntlflcc   tlio  inily   t-unuin*   Anpirln,   tho   Aspirin  trefu-.vlb.---d by pliyoiolvinn for over nlw������-  nun yoarci and now mada In Cannd*.  Alwu-ya buy an unbroken pack������|r������  of "Hivy-nr TiittlftU ol Anpirln'' wlil-ah  contaKnfl provi-si/ uire.ciioww to. C-lGtH*  JltiisAwLtih: Toetluu-ho, Iferftoho, N������Q4  -altfift, liumbafto, lUkfiumutlitkkii, Neurit  tit. 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S3OT    BBYIew.     nEBSTOirs    &    &  I  V-  V   -."^a^ ,*������������.*S&*������s������%  Lemieux Speaks On  '���������" "^Wb'is   9 0- ������     *0  P"  Washington.���������The original position  of the United States government, that  the Turks should be expelled from  Europe ia restated in a note to the  allied supreme council, which has been  prepared at the state department and  which will be transmitted soon.  The communication is in reply to  an enquiry from the French and British governments as to the views of  the United States on thc Turkish settlement. The position of the United  States government is understood to  bb that there is no sound reason for  retaining the Turkish capital ia Europe. The United States is said to  take the view that the contention that  that the expulsion of the Turks might  be resented by the Mohammedans is  not supported by the facts since the  war in the near east was won largely  by the aid of Mohammedans.  The United States, it is understood,  desire that Armenia be set upas an  independent state and that it embrace  as much territory as the Armenian  government can control. It also takes  thc . position that any arrangement  that is made with regard to Turkey  should guarantee to all nations equal  opportunities for commerce and that  no belligerent should be given paramount claims in any port of the near  East.  The position of thc United States,  it is said is also that in any arrangement for the government of Constantinople and the Turkish states, a  place for the participation of Russia  should be made, as. thc United States  government is convinced that no plan  of settlement can be successful in the  long run which does not take into account the interest of Russia in the  matter.  Will Kees Bowa  Lumber Prices  D^BB^n ������r*���������B 3-������l  Manufacturers Will   Do   Everything  Possible to Prevent Any New-  Advance  Calgary.���������That there will be no further increase in the price of lumber if  the manufacturer can possibly help it,  was the statement of I. R. Poole, secretary of the Mountain Lumberman's  Association, today. Mr. Poole said  that this decision had been arrived at  notwithstanding the increased cost of  production.  "If the manufacturers can control  the situation the price of lumber will  certainly not further advance," hc definitely stated. Another matter which  occupied considerable time of the  convention was the gathering together of facts for presentation to the Canadian Board of Commerce, covering  1919 operations. These will be presented to the board in due course. Mr.  Poole stated that these figures will  prove conclusively that the manufacturers were not in the "profiteering  class.  -Says E-Kcluaiveness is Not A Policy,  But A Blunder  London. ���������- The King today received the Hon. Rodolphc and  Mrs. Lemieux, and handed them  the military cross won by their  son. Mr. Lemieux was later entertained by the Empire Parliamentary  Association at Westminster, Sir Auckland Geddes presiding at the function.  Mr. Lemieux spoke at length on the  bi-lingual question, and said in part:  "I am not speaking as a party man  but as a Canadian who gave his all  for the cause of small nationalities.  From Sir Wilfred Laurier I learned  isolation and exclusiveness is not a  policy, but a blunder."  The gathering was largely attended  by members of the house of commons  and the house of lords, acceptances  including ex-premier Asquith, the  Duke of Devonshire, Archbishop -*��������� of  Canterbury, Lord Bornham, Lord Islington, and Hon, Walter Long. General Seeley and Ben Tillet were also  ���������nrRsent*-  Thoroughbreds From  Royal Windsor Stable  To Restore Order  Allies  to  Allow  Despatch  of Ebert  Forces Into Ruhr Valley  Districts  Paris.���������Two German officers, who  who arrived here from Berlin to explain to the allies thc necessity for  permitting the German army to enter  the occupied zone to restore order,  saw Premier Millerand and told Him  thc Ebert government had ample forces ready to deal with the situation  in the Rurh valley. It is understood  on good authority the allies havc decided to give the permission. Thc  French government would have preferred intcr-allied action in the occupied zone, while the British and Italians favored granting permission for  operations by thc Germans. Thc  French gave way on this point in  view of the dependence of France on  supplies of coal from thc Ruhr district.  French coal production has decreased from thc old figure of 40,000,000  tons to an average of about 18,000,000  tons yearly. By the terms of the  treaty of Versailles Germany is bound  to cover the deficiency up to a total  of 20,000,000 a year. On thc restoration of order in the Ruhr valley, therefore,, depends largely the continuation  of French  industries.  Urges Energetic Steps  To Enforce Treaty  Andre Tardieu Says France Has Been  Left Burden  Paris.���������An immediate meeting of allied leaders to decide upon energetic  steps to insure enforment of the treaty  of Versailles was urged by Andre Tardieu, former commissioner of Franco-  American relations, in an interview  here.  "The treaty already appears to have  been violated as much as any treaty  could be," Tardieu said. "It is urged  that the allied governments meet to  decide upon immediate drastic steps."  Tardieu believed the difficulties in  allied-German relations will continue  to increase rapidly, until thc allies decide upon immediate drastic steps," at  once and enforce it firmly.  Enforcement of the treaty practically has been left to France, Tardieu  said, and France's position is probably weakened by thc movement of the  peace conference to London. The  recent "intermittent meetings" of the  congress have been characterized  neither by firmness "nor unity of direction," Tardieu believed.  France May Retaliate  Further Decline in Franc Value Provoked Fresh Discussions  Paris.���������Sharp declines in the value  of the franc as compared with American dollar and the British pound sterling, "while the German mark, despite  disorders in the Ruhr district, made  a substantial gain, have provoked the  fresh discussion of the exchange situation and the renewal of talk of rigid  restrictions on importations as a measure to check the depreciation of the  franc. Financial authorities are of  the opinion that restrictions afford  the only immediate remedy and predict an early prohibition of all luxuries and articles which might be  described as superfluous.  Prince of Wales May Have Horses  On Western Tracks at  Summer Fairs  Saskatoon.���������The Prince of Wales'  thoroughbred race horses from Windsor stables, England, will probably be  seen on - the western Canadian race  tracks during the big summer fairs  this year.  J. Carlyle, manager of the Alberta  ranch, which His Royal Highness  purchased on his Canadian tour last  summer, has-gone east tp superintend  the unloading of the horses, which  are expected to arrive from the old  country in May or June.  The string xiow numbers seven  thoroughbred animals, most of them  two years old. They are of the purest  English stock, and while they are being sent to Canada - primarily for  breeding purposes it is anticipated  some of them win be raced afOUuu  the western Canada fair circuits this  year. ���������  m WI      0    ���������    m 11     C  -       *     .  are not hii aoviets  New Home For  ormer  fS-riA  Many Germans are Fighting Against  Gov-srnment for Anti-Monarchist Movement  London.-���������Not all of the workmen  who have taken up arms against the  government in_Germany are imbued  with Spartacan ideas, according to  office today. Information gathered  by British representatives in Germany  show many workmen intend to fight  until certain anti-monarchistic representatives are -included in the new  cabinet. The Essen disturbances,  which are the most serious in the  country, are described, however, as  purely Bolshevik.  The indications were, it is said, that  Leipsig.���������Halle, the large industrial  town just to the northwest cf this  city, is completely cut off from communication. Latest reports were tha*  thc troops had gained the -upper hand  after a considerable part of the citj  had been reduced to ruins.  Saxon troops to reinforce the government's contingent in Halle, are o������  the way there. In other nearby communities the turmoil terminated wiiiela  had been existing for more than a  week As far as can be learned the  workmen's revolt in this section is  directed against the military dements  and shows no Bolsheviki tendencies.  The single exception is thc town of  Falksnstein, southern Saxony, "where  a soviet is said to hare, been established by Communist leaders.  Both wings of the Socialist-Democrats are demanding the reservations  of martial law and the withdrawal of  the troops. These are amongr tb*  workmen's principal demands.  In Leipsig the stone **?al!������ of the  great railway station of the Volk-  shaus and dozens of buildings art  pitted from top to bottom from machine gun and rifle fire, while hand  grenades have left many ugly gouges.  The normal life of thc city is being  revived, but the .stranger instantly detects a feeling of excitement and -ss������  pectancy.  it 2s estimated th������t ihsfi a������3 ������*������S  than 1,000 Communists in Leipsig, although the Independent Socialists ar*  very strong.  According to conservative estfanatcs-  about 10,000 carried asms in Leipsig  last week, and beginning with the  first clash, March 15, when 17 persons were killed and tO -we-isad-edi  there was almost constant -street  fighting, up to last Saturday,  o   Have   Declined   Residence  Near Exiled Father  The Hague.���������Announcement by the  premier today that the Dutch government had granted the Island.of Weir-  the peace conference is gradually com-  ingen  to  the  former  German  crown  ���������S   round   to   thc   British   idea   that  prince as a place of residence is believed here to complete the steps by  which Holland seeks to meet allied  demands as to the safe keeping of  formed Emperor William and his son.  Reports are current that thc crown  prince asked that his residence be fixed on thc island, and declined an opportunity to live near his father.  Withdraw Chinese Troops in Siberia  Pelcin.���������Thc government lias ordered the withdrawal of Chinese troops  from Siberia. This important action  is taken as indicating an accord with  thc powers relative to Russia, and  also as tantamount to abrogating thc  CnJiiej-J.i^iiiiCiic.     j-.ulji.a-.y      Con v\.ijll0.1  which provided for common action in  case of invasion across the northern  frontier.  Reprisals Threatened in Ireland  Quccnstown.���������Thc chairman of thc  Vli'-lrirt rnnnril Im*-} received a typewritten communication warning him  that hc will be assasi.'-iii-atcd in thc  t.vt-nl of the -huulitti; oi any Quc-iis-  town policemen.  Daniels Again Criticised  Statement  That  U.S.  Navy  Depart  ment Was in State of Chaos  When War Was Declared  Washington. ������������������ Not only was thc  navy department without comprehensive plans for naval participation in  a war when the United States severed relations with Germany, but Secretary Daniels disapproved thc general plan drawn up by the bureau of  operations and submitted in Maroh,  1917, Chairman Harris Laning, former  assistant chief of navigation told the  'senate investigating committee.  Aa a result of this alleged lack of  preparation, thc witness said, thc navy  department was virtually in a state  of chaos thc day thc United States  entered  thc war.  Personal characteristics of Secretary Daniels often made it impossible  In obtain :iiiprov:il of important plans  and policies, Chairman Laning asserted, aa thc personal interest taken by  him in.minor affairs "occupied ������o  much lime that he never hnd much  left to give u;i for really important  problem:"."  Chairman  T.mitnf*;, at  the  liiru"- war  : r    .*  .!���������;*'���������'!    " ".'   iV- -���������-   ������������������"-,'*  r-  su fit r Sent reservf.  French Peace Loan  Paris.���������Unofficial figures of the amount subscribed to thc peace loau  places the total at between 15,000,000,-  000 and 16,000,000,000 francs. There  is a larger proportion of currency than  in the former loans.  the Germans should be left to settle  their own internal troubles while the  peace treaty is not violated.  Essen Is Now Normal  To Banish Horses  Denver.���������Denver is  to  banish  the  liOi'Sc from her  strt-eis If a  t-M1     _.   mil   uejw  before thc city council becomes a  law. No horses, cattle, sheep or swine  may after Januaryl, 1925, be kept in  the city limits or driven on thc streets.  Turk Leader is Arrested  Constantinople. ��������� Aii Said Pasha,  military  governor of Constantinople,  has been arrested by the British forces  in that city.  Soviet Government Leader" Says "SL.  Does Not Fear Interventioa  T?-__      Alll-fta-,  ** IVSAA    ������iJ4-'o  Amsterdam. ��������� Conditions at Esse*  present a normal outward appearance  except for the presence of armed lab"  orer guards, red flags, armored aut,e*  mobiles and a few bullet marks on th*  buildings, according to the GorreAnon*  dent of the Telesraafe who arriv-e-d  at Dusseldorf. A member of the soviet government at Essen told th������  correspondent he had no iear of allied intervention so long rxz the allies'  missions were safe.  The correspondent found the ������ovU<  administration proclaiming the neceft*  sity of returning to work and adm-aav  ishing against plundering.  smtwumtamxi  Royal Crown Soap Premium Coupons Have  Double Value From Ivlay 1st to Ivlay 31ut.  If you havc fifty coupons they are equal to 100. If you have 75 they  arc as good as 150, and so on. For onc month, May 1st to 31st, Royal Crown  Premium Coupons will havc double value���������double purchasing power. Our  tremendous buying facilities havc enabled us to secure a wonderful assortment of premiums from story books to the finest silverware, such aa Roger's)  1881 Hollow Ware and Queen Plate Quality in flat silverware. Over 700  distinct lines bcinn; listed in our Big Free Premium Book.  Mi.;. Humphrey Ward Dead  j^uiluun.  Tr....       tl !.,..���������,     Iir 1  x.m.~. m ...*.. i* ...  X-J ..x....,  thr novelist, died of heart disease in  u  i.ouuon   hospital  on   wc-.iurM-.-y.  W.  N.       IT.  1309  Amerongen. ��������� For thc first time  i-since the- Kapp revolution, former  Emperor William was permitted to  leave Heiitinclc castle here. Guarded  by two police officers he made a *<--  rv.-rrt    frin    I <���������������   V'lDiivn    lie    l*e    -rlii-srll    iiUlo-  inobilc.    Ilia object wan to view the  ui     iiie     ini 11.    v>U    ..I?    L...  OOIII.  1|U 0'f,l ���������������;-.!,     oi     ill  residence at Dc  Nothing cheap ��������� every premium valuable  You will find our coupons on:���������  Royal Crown Laundry Soap,  Royal Naptha Soup,  Roy.~.l Crowu Electric Snap,  Royal Crown  Washing Powder,  Royal Crown Lye.  Iter, thftsfi now���������Have  the wrappers���������the coupon!- ���������-  ���������live them  nnd  look in  nnr r-reniimn book and  ������ee* tin*  wonderful range ot articleu you can purchase with the.-a a  coupons.     Thcy arc  worth double money to.  t\i*i Ouu  uiuuih only but .���������.Ivv.iy.; worth money.  Start Ravine coupons, now.   In the meantime send  for our Premium Book.  Thi* Rmrai frown SfMiKS* Ltd.  654 Mm Si.. Vriiiftiptg  PKUM1UM   WOOU  BENT PItKK  Uia the Coupon baicrtv  Wo   nii-jii   bet   pleated   K>  i-tnel free to any addre-us  to you or your frlanej*,  nn.   of   our   pr-9mlui������i  booVei.   Thi*   k-i������1������   'a  111 nut i uled   anel   con .tf"  . ��������� i~0   xlvyl     , i,xl   uii.- ^  I*ran*   artUUa. J *���������  Write for .:. Uct f vr-.-".^  H-our     -sour-oka. .**'       .\r.mVi  y -s* ^"V  * JF*fZfvm ~  *~r>y  ?.,..y !  CS<3>M*ee������wui������eiewiw m������M������ll������ini������i*������ii  tV-IIWWIililllllilrlllrWWBIIriauiri-iliiiiwillllllll  ���������IWIWMM'II-Ii-I-I-^  ������>riBiiiiMWie������i.*>������*e������'eM^  mtimmmsmiMm  mwMmiwiM dim  mn-Am  ...110.1.. ..wi wliri.i..r*i ii^ni.  iiwm������mnewm>nw  ���������lliiil������M-.i������ frllM^  0.04*  T4d- .  *���������**/  ttt^hti-tt4/i^^i4l0--UmX .  -^.fim'-*?',t/-^-������0x?.'--<.x&^;-miiftl^   T~"1 ���������"'"*���������'  'W^W-wiW^WW MUM' 'i  j������������iY-a������i,iBi*aiaiM,i,r..  ML.m .iWUMHiirillIrrlnrllrXiMrll  ���������^���������'I'-'r-SfU^  aMjMlrt.Mttiilim.i.Mr.1111 Mil In  H I ~t l^i00.xrxr~.x.r.,���������i.iini......i.......  -rlitali^������***a"W������*tiaieiiAi.������iU.r; txiviiam^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^g^ ifar-Wftyil-yiLJA^^  aajrciijj-Mmm ^ jui*.  THE  CBESfCS  KKVIEW  Local and Personal  Cows For Sale���������Choice of eight,  three due to freshen this month. H.  Bi. Taylor, Oreston;  Fob Sauk���������Strong, young horse,  free worker, blemished, price $100.  C. Blair, Erickson,  For Sa*c*e���������One American sepera-  to ~. used less than two weeks. Price  f.40.   Enquire Reyiew Office.  Cows Fob Sale���������One milch cow,  pare'Jersey; grade Jersey yearling  heifer.   "W. V. Jackson, Creston.  Watch for bills of auction sale of  household effects of Robt. Boadway at  his residence, Thur ;day, April 20th.  Miss Lillian Chantelois of Kitchener  was a guest of Miss Blanche Hendren  a few days the latter part of the week.  Mrs. and Miss Hughes of Ka-*-l������*������, and  Mrs. Persian of Nelson were week-end  visitors with Mr, and Mrs. F. Belanger.  Sweet Cider Fob Sale���������Any quan-  . tity des'red, 70 cents a gallon, buyers  to supply containers.    G. Cartwright,  Erickson.  Creston and the Penson ranch.    Re*  ward on leaving at Review Office.  Fotjnd���������18k gold wedding ring.  Owner can have same oi^ proving  property and paying for this notice.  H. Christie,  P. Burns   butcher   shop.  R. R, Piper was a week end visitor  at Cranbrook. having gone to the  divisional city with Mrs. Piper, who  is tsiider the doctor'scare there for 3  few day-?.  Fob Sale���������Milch cow, second calf;  buyer ran have choice of two, price $70  and $85. Also two male Collie pups,  good cattle dogs, $3 each. Robert  Stewart, Creston.  Const. Hannah arrived from Lethbridge, Alta., a few days ago. and now  constitutes the third member of the  Creston detachment of the Dominion  Mounted Police force.  new to local dance programme introduced.  A telephone has been installed this  week in the store of Creston- Hardware & Supply Co., and Manager  Boyd is now in shape to handle phone  business as expeditiously as over-the-  counter trade. 8j  R._ Lamont is this week being initiated into tbe art of auto driyio*0', having purchased a Chevrolet at the  Embree garage. Of the five cars  brought in last fall Mr. Embree reports  that four have already been disposed  of. .       *  Sam Woo, one of Creston's old-time  Chinese residents, who left last fall on  a trip to China, got back on Saturday,  looking the old time Sam. He went  back to bs present nt his son's wedding, returning broke but satisfied it  was worth it.  LosT���������On Sunday, pair gold rim eye  glasses, on  C.P.R. track di-  between  *  Oreston Valley Lands  IlirSODK  Town Lots, Cattle Ranch  Fruit Ranch For Si  Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sweet of Im.  perial, Sask., arrived in Creston on  Friday, have been visiting Mrs. _ Forward and haye decided to remain in  the Valley for the summer..  School re-opened on Monday after  thf- Easter-week vacation. Principal  Smith was among the half-hundred  teachers who was at Cranbrook for  the Kootenay teachers' convention.  Mawson Bros, will in a few days  graduate into the auto owing aristocracy. They haye purchased J. P.  Pears'" Ford ami are having it overhauled and renovated in latest fashion.  To-night's social attraction is the  novelty dance in the Peekin theatre.  There will be brand new music by  Creston orchesti-a and several features  Creston Local  I  Thi  undermentioned lands  are for sale:  15������ acres of Town Lots (Dow's  Addition) in one-acre and half-  acre blocks; prices from $500  to $850.     On a beautiful site   *i i_;_  UVCliUUMI  -_       -Tl rx-~.mx  1ft,     *\JL\T.au*JXt  "\To,1i<  ���������    <t~~XX\  The April meeting of Creston  Local United Farmers of  will be held  B.C.  The   well-known   Griffin   Fruit  Ranch of 20 acres, with good  Vv������*H-*.-������ d-mn . s\+m*j  -AllCt  $12,200.  s  Blocks G and H, close to centre  of town, of 5 acres each, good  locality    and    excellent    soil.  -~y~vrtrt ������ofjnn An,>v, lOnAir  Cedar Hill Cattle Ranch, West  Creston, 73 acres, price $2500.  For particulars address,  ROBERT STARK, Creston, B.C.  Saturday, April 17  at 8 p.m., hi Speers' Hall.  Impertant business has to be  disposed of and all members   are   urged    to   be  present. ���������������----  In future the regula*r_meeting  will be held the TiilKU  SATUBDAY    of    each  month.  R H. JACKSON,  Secretary.  In order to secure fund* to finance  the annual convention here of Koote-  nav and Boundary Women's Institutes the Creston ladies are contemplating having a flower show in June  with a number of other money-making side lines.  Creston Fruit Growers' Union directors at a meeting on Wednesdoy decided to proceed at "once with the  erection of a warehouse at Erickson.  It will hc utilised for the sale of feed  as well as for the handling of fruit  ���������nrjnd vegetable shipping.  The losing side in the recent  Women's Institute membership getting contest will entertain the members of the w^^^r1!*1"1-" s**-*''*-*-' **���������- 5**'**'*'*-*0.*-'*2.'  Hall on Friday afternoon next, at 3  p.m. Members are reminded to brin-ar  what they had promised.  Owing to eyes troubling him J. V.  Orr has been forced to temporarily  close his jewelry repair shop next  Mawson Bros., and is at present at  Wynndel, at which point he is working in the box factory. He will be  back as soon as his sight will peamit,  West Creston residents are making  a move to secure the opening of a  school to serve that section of"the  Valley, in which there are now about  ten children of school age who are  denied educational advantages owing  to the long distance they reside from  Creston.  stumps and set most of the land out  to strawberries and orchard, putting  in an irrigation system of his own  from Goat Mountain.  The snowfall of Wednesday of last  week is considered the last of the  beautiful we wiii be favored with for  this season, and taking it into account  weather recorder Dr. Henderson informs that the winter's snowfall total  led four- feet to &. nicety. "On an average the fail of the beautiful in the  Valley is about six.feet. Four years  ago it was almost nine.  The.securing of a resident pastor for  Christ i/hurch has been postponed  until late in the fall. The bishop of  Kootenay has gone to England to attend the Pan-Anglican Congress and  until his return in September nothing  can be done In the way of transferring  a man here. The once-eyerv-three-  weeks' service under Rev- J- S. Mahood will lie continued as in the past.  At the board of trade meeting on  Tuesday night Messrs. Mallandaine  and J. W. Hamilton were selected as  the board's committee to co-operate  with the Women's Institute and  United Farmers in getting together a  report to submit at a citizens hospital  meeting to be held later. Owing to a  shortage of space a full report of the  board proceedings has to stand over  until next week.  Fob Sale���������Good milch cow, $110,  come and see.   F. Penson, Wynndel,  nks.   Get them at Foresee , the pictures  at the  VTV.-.��������� ��������� X-      Xxrx  ximt-ZSiu.  *j*j  man's, then  Peekin.  Wajjted to Borrow���������$3000 on  mortgage, good security. Apply Hox.  29, Reyiew Office.  nW  V  nip'uaiMt-ziwB  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  R. S. Bevan  was a  *mc ���������.. . ���������w     at.  business  The Outside  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.  Our Paint  preserves your house. It does not peel, crack nor blister. You  can tell its superior quality when you see how easy it is to apply  and how smoothly and evenly tin*- paint spreads.   Ask onr prices.  business visitor  at moyie" on Monday. Dick finds  garage business constantly on the  expand and will at once build an addition to his already commodious building, and will probably secure one of  Moyie's many vacant' buildings, dismantle it and* ship the building material here.  Easter seryices were conducted in  Christ Church on . Sunday morning,  with an attendance that taxed the  seating capacity to the limit. The  Ladies' Guild had the edifice nicely  decorated for th.e-toccasion, while a  fnily ehoral service,,was excellently  rendered underP the direction of  Organist Collis.  D. C. MacKenzie;'Victoria,the grazing commissioner, was a visitor at  Creston a couple of days this week, in  conference with the officials of the  Stockbreeders Association, and arrangements have been made for another yisit from h'm on May lt7h.  when the association will have., its  annual meeting.  Sunday proved to be the warmest  day of the year so far, the mercury  getting up to 65 in thc shade that  afternoon, The summery weather,  however, was short lived as it clouded  up on Monday and that night we had  a quarter of an inch rainfall. Since  then we have had it good, bad and indifferent���������largely the two latter  species.  Major Mallandaine has a crew of  men busy on logging off tbe dead  timber and slashing and otherwise  clearing his 15-acre tract facing the  C.P.R. opposite the Lidgate Bros,  garoge.    His intention is to shoot'the  A last call is now made to those desirous of instituting an Oddfellows'  Lodge here to communicate with S. G.  Foreman so that the opening of the  lodge can be proceeded with at once,  otherwise the matter will have to  stand oyer until fall. There are at  least four candidates in sight for  initiation, and enough old members  in the valley to start the xlodge in  good shape if all-affiliate here.  Results of the recent examinations  held here in March for the position of  assistant forest rangers are announced. Jas. Long and W. H. T. Smith,  the only two trying the exam., were  both successful and it is expected both  will be employed on forest*fire protection work in East Kootenay this year.  Mr. Long was in charge of this district  in 1919 and the chief forester at Cranbrook states that tha loss by. fire in  Jim's territory was the lowest in the  whole East Kootenay country.*  The W. Hooper ranch, beyond tbe  park, aud facing the K.V,, has just  been sold, the buver being W. M.Archibald of Trail, general mines  superintendent for the Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Co. He and Mrs.  Archibald were here on Sundoy sizing  up the property before closing the.  deal. It is his intention to put up a  modern residence on it, and to make  his home here for at least seven  months in the year. The place is fourteen acres; about five of which is  planted mostly to pears, the trees being in exceptionally fine shape.' -  SATURDAY, April 24  MAE MURRAY in  Big Little Person  Be sure and see Mae Murray  in her latest picture.  2-Reel Century Comedy  WEDNESDAY, April,28  GEORGE WALSH in  Luck and Finch \  A sure cure for the blues.   For pep j  and fun don't miss this lat-~  est comedy drama.  Fox News.   Ford Monthly  MUTT & JEFF in  Ace and Joker  SATURDAY, May 1  PRISCILLA DEAN" in  Pretty Smooth  Crestonites were glad-handing it on  Wednesday with a well-known member of Major Mallandaine's forestry  draft, who made his appearance here  this week for the first time since getting back from France. The visitor  was none other than Pte, W, Fraser,  who was in charge of the culinary department while the corps was in  training here three years ago. Bill  looks better than ever, besides putting  on a little weight, and was in the very  best of "spirits." As a cook Fraser  had the knack of producing the max-  inm of good eats at a very reasonable  cost and is at present in charge of the  kitchen at the extensive lumber camp  of gted man & Baskin at Ymir.  RANCH   PROPERTIES   FOR   SALE  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company Manager  M. ./. BOYD  put  ntJ^^^miym  BiffiJi y    iHBt?   BgPSS-^P ih  ' r-* ���������    ��������� td,t   ��������� , T,  r r . 0  0- r~\   *���������**������   t V  tl ".A-l*-!!*) x\</        iVI "*.>>*���������. l\,  ��������� M���������e- t'-rMrM.i. ������������������.���������������������������'' tm mnmmdimmtdmmmdmdmmm~...~-mm.���������. 0mt0,wmmmmmm0.imm.m  l"*S m>*~n~c*    #*������i/-j    ' 1   <*l^*Ofc  mm~s- *��������������� v  m    m ~rx. *���������-*-*   ~t m~m ���������# ���������*** -A^v  m-mJ   V>    *i   i%   m*    ���������*    *,   4,   m.    X^J   im   +4 mt        m    m.        ''W  ���������-W-'  <cr  1. Forty acres, including about ten  acres of bearing oi-shard, two running  springs. An ideal dairy location.  Price $7000.  2. Forty acres, including about 25  acres bearing orchard, running spring,  houses, burns, t-te. Also good dairy  location Pi-ici* $12,000. Enquire  Reyiew Office, Creston.  We are now.faaturing a showing  of exclusive styles both in Trimmed  and Untrimmed Millinery that we  cannot begin to describe here.  Some are trimmed with Silk  Kibbens, 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.  CRESTON  nam-  r  Saturday, Aprii 17th, Specials  Royal Crown or Sunlight Soap, reg. 40c 35c. pkg.  Tomatoes, rog. 25c -~ 2 for 45c.  Prunes, reg. 25o 20c. per lb.  Jameson's Rainbow Coffee, reg. 65c COc. lb.  Mngio Baking Powder, reg. 40c 35c lb.  White or Brown Sugar, reg. 25c 23c. lb.  bonora  "IMPF.RIA1  M  I.  Veedol Motor Oils Accessories  Authorized FORD Service Station  mftk Bf%   IP   mf\ Wmft 0%  Bi   I  LI DCS A Tt������ H KQ.S -  t^h.i-jt.ic.  tit  For torn; (jiiiility and homily  oi* CMlriiM't  lliis ������nn������hkl m in n,  ohiHS hy  it:;olf.     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