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 *7  *****  . ���������*������������������*  V  ^ ���������,'-':.-T?w*%'/  ������������������������������������'';          J-"  *r  MAY 1 0 WmW  '���������   .,-;     .  ->>,  e*y  ?3V  >7       V*  /"//������ /  Si.    l'-r  ^0>r.  Provincial Library apl 20  Vol. XII.  OBESTON, B. C.s FBIDAY, MAY 7, 1920  No. 10  ~-.i*mB���������son  The boys attending Erickson school  have gotten a baseball team together,  and after a couple more week's pi-ac-  tice will be ready to challenge Creston  or Canyon City.  The late spring seems, to haye had  no effect in. delaying the arrival of the  hawks.    Already, poultry keepers: re-  prirt losses from   the  depradations of  1 these birds.  F. Lewis has completed his stump  shooting eon tract on the Hobden place  on the lower road, and we -hear Mr.  Bush���������on the Quaife place���������has leased  the newly-stumped area and will plant  it to potatoes and tomatoes.  Geo. Leadbeater is another who has  b -en at the stumping job this year���������  having about cleaned   up  the  balance  .4/X.-P   Ys.xn    .  *\x~\.*\x    *��������� l-\ S c������   oin-Hivn-w  \~*x     ������aio    L t,x,xxx.mjt    t(-l������U   OJ.M  lll������l  E. A. Penson is claiming the record  of having the first cherry blossoms.  Some of them were full out oh Sunday  lastl  The pupils at Erickson school had an  afternoon off one day" last week which  was devoted to getting the aCiiOol������������������-b&������?-  den in shape for this year, and from  appearances a very thorough "job.was  made of it. The school is now having  a record attendance, six new scholars  starting in during April.  Mr. Brownrigg is busy erecting a  packing shed on the Lewis ranch.  Other building operations include a  new cottage for Teddy Pogle, which  he is erecting at the Staples ranch.  J. McBain, who hits been making his  home here for the past few months,  left on Monday for the sanitarium at  Kamloops, at which institution he is  confident the treatment will greatly  improve health, which has been poor  of late. .������..���������'.  ally heavy list of callers the past week  among them being Mr. and Mrs.  North, Mr. and Mrs. Whitesides, Mrs.  Demies, Mrs. Martin. Mr. Loasbv  made the trip by speeder on Saturday,  accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, who spent the week-end there.  Miss Irene Spence of Boswell arrived  a few days ago, and has joined the  staff at the C.P.R. Hotel.  Mrs. H. Hughes and son are spending a few days with Cranbrook friends.  Rev. J. S. .Mahood was here oh Sunday for the usual Church of England  service,.,which attracted a' good attendance.  New books at the public library r*--*-  clude '-The Missing Plane, or the  Carpenter's Revenge."  W*. H. Morris was here for a few  days last weak, en route to Cranbrook.  Billy Riddle, the well-known sleeps  ing car conductor, who lost his arm in  the accident at Creston last-November, was shaking hands with old  friends here on Saturday.  Kuskanook has demonstrated that  for that much to be desired early season climate that district beats Sirdar  at least two weeks. Already Mrs.  Jones has been supplying our citizens  with new rhubarb, and states that all  the garden stuff. is planted and is  coming right along.  ���������*&'���������' -C'i  J'  April, ptandings  Jm~-M. -we mxjrmm  ian  -fm\Sml~0.  mJ-Mm^f  ...... ���������  :������������-.    . .-.���������.���������������������������*.���������-.���������-  .   '*���������$���������*���������  The Staple-*!' tractor 'discing^'outfit  commenced operations this week, and  certainly niakeB a -swell job of it  Never in the history of this sectibni  has spring eultiyation been as thoroughly done as is the case this year.  Although up till this week the weather has been none too promising  some of the ranchers have already  commenced setting out cabbage  plants. Strawberry plants haye wintered well all through here.  All reports agree that this should be  a baaner year for the Wealthy and  Macintosh varieties of apples. The  cool, rainy weather has had the effect  of- deyeloping the fruit buds to the  healthiest shape tl ey have ever been  in, and once the bloom arrives there  need be no worry about lost time  being made up.  H. Cameron of Bellyne, Alta., who  was here last week, purchased the ten  acres of thc R. Lamont holdings immediately adjoining the M. R. Palmer  i-anch. Smith brothers of the same  place, who bought about twenty acres  from Mr. Lamont here about a year  ago, are now occupying thc land and  busy at clearing operations.  Fred Browell, who left for Lethbridge.* Alta., a few weeks ago, is just  home for a short holiday, reports  Southern Alberta weather very back-  X-Tr.-* *.      t-Pif V  **   c-*^-*'****   *x.%*  *hOiW   mx  I tr~x*xc---      ~xw**x*.m-  &xlx*x^ov    ���������*; -v CI jf  uay last nicntn.  Miss May McLean:* who had charge  ^^'���������-���������'-tH-e^^  O. M. Goodman, C.P.R.. agent at this  point, bas recovered from his illnes.---,  and is again in charge of tho depot  here, Mr. Bundy returning to Cruaton  on Monday.  R. Dennes was up in th'i tomato section on Monday, looking after a had  order car set out on the Erickson siding.  Mrs. Loasby, who has been .Spokane  for some time, is on a visit at -Creston  and Cranbrook before returning to  Hirdar.  The fishing season opened ou Sunday with MvHsrs. McDiurmid, Hughes  and friend thefh-Ht out to sample tho  ��������� m������r*|t('*<>*>���������; hv'rorijrur hurl/* tiffin nit her fine  Humph fi of trout.  Now Sunday work it? cut out Sirdar*-  itofl are buying mitos, the t������rnt to in-  vf+il", being .Tack Camci-on, who is t*i  ported a������ buying a Ford I bin week.  IVI-jyor Daly in now buoy drat ting a  t nunc-   by-law   ami    the   spcc-l   limit  ihrough town wi?!   likely he fi-tfeel at H  ��������� ������       .*....,.. ���������-���������  Oilier, on   >���������>������������������),.  years agoj and -who' has^since been at  the University at Vancouver, was a  caller"here at the end of the week, en  routeito Alberta, where she has taken  a school at Many berries.  Guy Brriwell is taking a couple of  weeks enforced vacation from caterpillar engine labors, due to a sprained  wrist. He sustained the injury a  couple of years ago and is again being  fayored with some more of it.  Birth���������On May 4th, to Mr. and  Mrs. P. Nelson, a son.  The semi-improved half of the A. R.  Swanson 20-acre ranch has been purchased by Mr. Gross of Calgary, Alta.,  who with his family have just moved  into the house on the other ten acres.  Tom Campbell, who went overseas  with the third Valley contingent just  abont five years ago, is now amongst  the employees at the mill yard, haying arrived a few weeks ago. Tom's  rcturu just about accounts for thc  whereabouts of all the recruits from  Creston Valley.  Word has reached here a few days  ago of tho safe arrival in England of  Mrs. Blair and Miss Colthurst, who  left about six weeks ago. They had a  fine trip accross, making the ocean  voyage In less than seven days.  Messrs. Spencer and VanAckeran  were at Creston on Tuesday night for  the initial meeting of the United  Farmery' aud board of trade joint-  municipal committee, and report  yery effective organization session.  The mill has been shut down for a  few days and has been getting a thorough oveshaul by mill superintendent  Burns, who arrived recently from  Baynes Lake to replace Lou Faulkner,  and hi about ready to commence another heavy season's cj.it.  C Blair ha:*! pcen haying a rather  buy week of it at cattle branding operations at the farm. He lias wintered a little oyer 200 head.  VV. .1. liilu-r, |be provincial water  riiMii-i engineer, i\c"moii, wan here on  an official visit this week, and had a  conference on Tuesday with those directly inti-reiited in the Canyon Water  Uhert-*' As-social ion. He went into  Home detail on the report of the irrigation *.uid power scheme for  which the  im     ininl.r    I.imI     t.i lien m-i*    Mint  Division I.���������G. P������ Smith, Principal.  Highest standing: Entrance Class���������  Violet Morrow*^*'Edith Cook, Louise  Bevan. ��������� Fourth ���������'Reader���������Clara Morrow, Ruth Swanson, Freda Lewis.  Perfect Attendance���������Osborn Bell,  Eyelyn Bevan,;-Fred Boffey, Edith  Cook, Marguerite Crawford, Robert  Hethermgton, 'Lionel Moore, Violet  Morrow, Ralph Swanson, Ruth Swanson, Eva Webster, Gladys Webster,  Freda Lewis.  Division II.���������F. H. Pearce.Teacb.er.  Highest standing: Senior Third���������  Edith Crawford. Donald Young, Ivin  Compton. Junior    Third���������Raipn  Christie, Margn-erite Benney, Grace  Da.yis= Senior Second���������James Oherrington,'" Marion Learmonth, Ben  Crawford.  Perfect Attendance���������Edith Crawford. Ivin Compton, Lily Wilson,  Joyce Moore, Marion Learmonth, Annie Smith, Harvey Gobbett. Leslie  Boffey, Donald Young, Fred Payne,  Herbert Manuel, Alfred Boffey. Henry  Webster, Harryl Smith, Ralph Christie, Albert Sherwood.  Division III. ���������M|ss Hunt, Teacher.  Highest standing: Senior Second���������  Alva Quist, Helen Moore, Ray Gat-  way. Junior Second���������Fred Christie,  John Beianger," Nadine Bell. 3Tii*st  Reader���������Lily Lewis, Clarence Staples,  Ethel Lewis.  Perfect Attendance���������Fred Christie,  Charles   Cotterill,    Elizabeth    Lewis,  Charles  Moore.   Helen    Moore,   Ray  Oatway,  Alva Quist,  Harold Speers,  <-ii_^.^ csx..~.s~~   ���������G\A:itxXXTxi~rx~t   xxnri.  \r.U,l-V?*l*r\Z X-IVa^,xvrtO,     JtUVJXX.KIX : VT IIOVH)      vv..,'-  am Manuel, Lily Lewis, Louise Ross.  Highest standing: BeiToh-^.PHhie'r���������-  MurietOatway/Arthur Coulfng, Rop-  hina Androsovi First Primer���������Laura  Holmes. Jean McCreath, Frank Crawford. Receiving Class���������Howard Boh-  lae. Aileeh Spratt, Betty Speers.  Perfect Attendance���������Eva Christie,  Lyda Christie, Arthur* Couling, Frank  Crawford, Laura Holmes, Jessie Lear-  mouth, Ada Lewis, Jean McCreath,  Madeline Moore, Beryl Nichols, Muriel  Oatway, Jack O'Neil, Arthur Webster  Grace Bohlae, Tom Crosthwait, Mary  Goodwin. Mervyn Oatway. Betty  Speers. Aileen Spratt, Gwen Webster,  Ross Wilson.  able part of Col.Lister's 200-acre tract  near here to .these gentlemen. The  latter is a student at the B.C. university at Vancouver taking the course  in agriculture, and it is expected development of the purchase will commence forthwith.  Enoch  8���������ifGi~<8i3(36=  Prank Staples shipped in his traction engine and portable sawmill  equipment the latter part of the week  and has ^lt almost ready for operation  in the Paulson timber about a mile  northwest of the townsite.  Mrs.. Koyd and Miss Hunt of Creston were week-end visitors here with  Mrs. G. A. Hunt.  E. Driffill spent a few days at Creston the early part of last week where  he was busy fencing around a ten-  acre tract of wilcl land near the show  fair grounds.       "*  The fishing season opened on Saturday, but owing to the backward  spring no good catches are looked for  till the weather improves considerably.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was    a  visitor here last week, en   route    to  Yahk     His car stalled on    the    bad  roads' at Goat River Crossing and after hoofing it here he secured a speeder for the balance of the journey.  Kitchener trappers are stated to  have taken not less than $2000 worth  of furs this season, this amount being  divided amongst Messrs. i>urive, Arable, Arnell and Forrester, with the  two former bulging their hank accounts the most extensively. Oid An-  asta, a Creston Indian, took out at  least $400 on his catch of marten.  Mr. and Mrs. *W. Johnson Were both  Cranbrook visitors for a couple of  days within the week.  Williams  arrived  here  on       trO do soiiue woirk on his ranch.  and is stopping with Paul Ofner. He  reports-^conditions yery unsettled all  through the Pass.  Miss M..Ringheim left on Saturday's  train for Vidora, Sask., where she will  yisit with her sister for some time.  T. W. Davis left for Coleman last  Thursday, returning on Saturday, and  left, again Tuesday for the same town.  There will be a general meeting of  the United Farmers at tbe school-  house this Saturday night, May 8th,  when the delegates' report of municipal affairs will be read. The roads  question as it effects this district will  also be discussed. Eyery member  should be in attendance as a yote will  be taken as to co-operating in tbe  municipal project fo^ the Valley.  The first of the season's dances at  the Clubhouse, on Saturday night,  was yery successful, about thirty couples always keeping the floor well  filled, while the ladies served an excellent lunch. There was good music  by iocai talent, assisted by Mrs. Foreman, who played for a few of ths  dances. Her ability and popularity  was amply attested by the applause  eaeh of her numbers got.  A box social and dance is announced  for Saturday evening, May 16th, at  the Clubhouse, to which a cordial invitation is extended everyone, and a  fine time guaranteed.  Vic. Johnson left on Tuesday on a  business visit to Nelson.  Lister  Cranbrook   Sash   &vDoor   Co.   are  busy   rebuiidinR   the   burned    pianeir  mill and will likely be operating it  again in a week or ten days.  * The  most serious: damage..-*.to the planer  was. 'the*' ^me^n^ a^.-^-IS^^e&^f^.  the he&t"not being sufficiently great  to badly injure; the machine itself:  G. A Hunt expects to complete his  contract on the cut off at the crossing in a few days, and will then devote his attention to roafl^ repairs between that point and Goatfell, as we  understand he will this .year be local  road boss: for that stretch of L;gh-  way.  Mr. Walker, C. P. R. Roadmaster at  Cranbrook, was a visitor here last  week making arrangements for putting in a new stretch of siding, width  will provide better loading facilities.  Nothing definite has yet been heard  as to the locating of a station agent  at this point.  Miss B. Stokes, who has been staying with Mrs. T. Sadh r since last fall,  left on Sunday for her home at Coleman, due to the illness of her mother.  . Mr. Wilson, who J-ms been a guest at  %*&&A'**^fcM*.^^ :  train,- "'"���������. -���������     -ZZZ/     ������������������-���������'������������������-,.;���������"���������������������������-   ..-������������������--  ' F\ W. Penson has just invested in a  horse to lielp out with the ranch work.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers unloaded another car of berry crates this  week, and are still expecting at least  one more.  Large quantities of strawberry  plants are being shipped out these  days, M. Wigen being the heaviest exporter in this line. He is also selling  a lot locally, the residents putting in  new supplies as well as quite heavy  plantings by newcomers to the district.  Local and Personal  L  l*f\'l.\l  wtncii, it in i.iaied, ean In; Sts.-it.-ilb't! f-*r  Lieut. Rice, who has been in charge  of land survey work here for the past  nine months, accompanied by his wife  and family, .left on Saturday for  Spokane. Before leaving their Lister-  friends treated them to a genuine surprise party on Friday night, at which  a most enjopable social time was had.  Rev. H. J. H. White, temporary  Presbyterian pastor at Creston, was  here on Sunday afternoon for service  at tho schoolhouse���������the fhst church  we have had this year.  A meeting of the residents was hold  at the schoolhouse on Tuesday night  to arrange a statement of case to present to tho members of the laud settle-  jsjent board whe are expected at Lister  at tho end of the week.  Tho ladies auxilary to the G.W.V.A.  had their regular meeting on Satur  day night at the home of Mi-r. Chalmers, while the vuts. foregathered at  tho.schoolhouse. At the conclusion  oi the HcpcraU* tset-e-sioiiH a union iiK.--.-l-  hig was held in the shape of a danco  at the school. There were viwitors  from both Porthiil and Creston.  Moshi'H. .lory aud ChriHt.ianHon, the  pioneer ponltrynien, report Hplendid  results from their chicken raining  oneratiouH so far. Both are handling  incubaloiH and are averaging about  ten chiek'i t.o each dozen ot egg*).  The Lihter Sunday lichool, which  ban been on vacation for a few wet Ich  back, Ih announced to rcHUinc operation t, at the*) ii..lied hour <>ii Suiid.iy.  Viultoi-H in them; parts this week in-  ehuled    C 11. and   fik.e-e-1 v .'Phillh-ts   of  "TS'iMihrook. and   an   a  result  of   their  PS&S9G PugBits9 R&cSf&t  The cemetry officials wish to express  their appreciation of the good work  done by the volunteer corps of helpers  who were out on Wednesday afternoon   for   clean-up   day    operations.  Capt. Gray, who is in charge of the  Salvution Army work at Cranbrook,  accompanied by an assistant, were  hero on Thursday night to hold a  meeting, but due ,to the fact that no  advertising had been given the affair  there was no turnout. However, the  captain is convinced there is need for  Salvation Army effort and announces  that he will yisit Creston weekly in  future, holding meetings each Thursday night.  Rev. G. H. Hamilton got back on  Satin-day from Vancouver, where he  ban been taking hoHpital treatment on  the glands of his neck since before the  new year. He looks utmost his old-  time self atid is hoping the two weeks'  leave ho has obtained from medical  M.ipiJi-.'vi'jlon will (lc':v.ion::tr:".te th-it r.o  further operations aro necessary. He  had a good turnout for the service at  the Methodist Church <m Sunday  nlj-ijht, nnd will take the service njrain  this Sunday at 7.110 p.m.  IT.  C,  Meredith    baa   just   arrived  ^The first public recital of the piano  pupils of Mrs. Garland at the Parish  Hall, on Saturday afternoon, was a  decidedly successful affair in all its details. There was a fine turnout of  the pupils' parents and others interested who generously applauded all  the performers, while thc different  numbers presented were yery much to  the liking of thosc in attendance, and  if some little neryousness in the young  artists is overlooked, certainly all acquitted themselves creditably, indeed.  The programme follows;  Old  Polks at Home.  Ben Crawford.  A.B.C. Melody. Aid from Linda, Cany  Me Back to Old Virginia.  Muriel Oatway.  Waltz���������Ever  of  Thee,  Ivan Staples.  Moon Winks,  Edith Crawrord.  Duett���������Swing   Song,  Vera and Ruby Lister.  Tho Palms,  Ted   Stanles.  Petlto Vnlae,  Stately  Grace,  Louise Bevan.  Trio���������The   Robins'   iuulluby.  Piano, Loulflo Devon.  Violin, Evelyn  Bevan,  'Cello,   iur    ClinrUun.  Thc- Waltzing'Doll,  Lillian   Cliurrington.  Gavotte--*   Miniature.    Autumn   Glory,  Airnew   Ilolxlctn.  from   Abbutttftird   to hLart work  on a  live aero tract air iU'iow d*������.:eu, aojoiu- . l*.'4uui"i*> Uu .">������ui,  in(^ the Arrow-smith   he'!*.".-.'^. . ;*.���������*������������! ex-; .Mar/.ueriiu Craw-uni.  pecta  a  friend  along   thin  month  to ! To a Wild Koue.  Serenade,  start  in  on   another  live  acres   next j Allm2mar,tm  awsmEOn  which   they   pnrchuucel   from  < ri'-esl e hi  wn*. iik\i>reel   Weill  -ill  UOUhll- | V-elWeen .>lu,Oeh' .Will -ip 12,(/uU.  e  :U  li,  1.  him,   which   they   pnrchuucil   n-orn   a  dealer at the count.    There hi uoinc ac- |  tivity    in    Arrow    ('reek   laiulx .thin j  ���������spring  Bert  Arrow-smith   also   being i  out. thi-re nutting up a hent-u* anel ^ct-  time land   re.uly   to   plant  out   to  or-;  <Y.'  . ,i i  ��������� tlltl'i-  iinile'  ��������� I..,    :.  l*Vl.'|ll.il*l'        ft* I-)..  Leaf,    Polish   Dance,  Frances:  Knott.  Violin Colo. Mra. P. Lister.  Tin- .innounceinent at the ch't-e hy  .wi'i. ���������e.i.erirtiiei, tli.ei. it is hei|srei eii.n  thin will he but. the lit>t of a ser'n-s of  ^iT^lsWIrtW^-siw ������-*,*   ���������-^���������^^^������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������m-iriBttt-,,,-^^ ���������tf-'  "M'i  BEVIEW,     CRESTON,    -~~~  /  ana had been disciplined by some of i ing melting into the haze that intro-  us and wouldn't stand for it.   Well, so i duced the fog.    It    caught    Ruggle's  much the worse for him.    I don't see  how we can help it now."  He got up took one or two limping  steps, then paused in front of thc elderly   Englishwoman and looked her  , squarely in the eyes.  "It's my own darn fault for not having been more on my guard," said he,  quick eye and sent a shock through  him, for Ruth tied up her dark tresses  in a crimson kerchief when going into the sea. But he could not believe  that it was Ruth, for there were no  signs of any of her family, and he did  not think that she would have been  allowed to bathe unattended "by even  I had Roxana sized up from the very a maid���������which was quite true, if any  j start for a savage. Pembroke wanted  to marry her, and I went out to Constantinople to prevent it.    She made  | love  to nie in   Paris, and I told her  th  !Tlie Kiddies anjoy  Cuticura Soap  This pure, fragrant emollient is just  suited to the tender skins of infants  and children.    Millions have known  no other since birthr  The daily use  of it, with touches of Ointment now  and then to little skin  and  scalp  troubles, tends to insure a healthy  skin,  a clean scalp  and good hair  through life.    Soap,  Ointment and  Talcum-sold everywhere,  ���������JOT* Be -sure to tort tbe fucinatiaB fta*  grance of Cuticura Talcum oa your -dun.  s *x Zl  -tf^  If  r  ���������>  Filling* His  Own Shoes  ��������� B*S   ���������  HENRY C. ROWLAND  i  \L  Copyrighted. Printed by special  ars-ss-gentent with Thos. Alien,  Toronto.  here was nothing doing,  she'd got to put it all out of her head  She made no fuss and promised to  marry anybody 1 wanted her to. It  might have gone through all right if  ' she hadn't seen that I was in love  with Ruth Downing, But that was  more than that tigress nature of hers  could stand. So she made up her  mind on the spur of the moment to  ruin Ruth's beauty and elope with  Von Hertzfeid. It struck me tonight  at dinner that she was looking sort  of wild. I ought to have kept my eye  on her.'-'  Miss Challand.sank into a chair and  sniffed her salts. "Fancy such things  in this day and age!" said she.  Ruggle's face hardened. "Roxana  doesn't belong to this day and age,"  said he. "Ruth has had a mighty  close call. I don't believe Roxana had  meant to kill her when they started  out, but she meant something just as  bad if not worse. When Ruth knocked the bottle out of her hand she saw  red and decided to strangle her. And  now"���������his face grew even whiter and  more tenye���������"I suppose not Mug wiii  ever make Ruth believe that ^he didn't  have more reason for doing it than  just because she took a fancy to me,  and I laid down the law to her that  she was my ward and nothing more."  Miss    Challand    shook    her    head.  Then, at, sight of Ruggle's drawn fea-  ��������� tares,   she   rose  from  her chair and,  stepping to where he sat, patted him  ^jJJ. gently on the shoulder.  "My dear boy," said she, "Fin afraid  it*s going to be rather hard���������but we'll  do the best we can. You may be sure  that you shall have all of my help  and sympathy."  ^Ruggles seized her hand in his  " I hank you, Miss Challand," said he.  "It sure means an awful lot to me."  And Miss Challand did not correct  the syncopated adverb. She said mere-  4*t������������ o 4* "Dfl-fll n������*������/\/? ���������v-r-a-S-K Ka������* #-U.-������������. t\\U 0-.  -b.A4.C4k AVMI.AA Og4 V.--W--1* VfriVU W-U-t 1.1-1C& I &.1A<U  affair must be kept strictly secret.  Ruggle's shrewd surmise in regard  to Von Hertzfeid proved to be correct. The following day brought a  letter written him by Von Hertzfeid,  on the Calais-Dover boat. In it the  young man offered infinite apologies  for the step that he had taken and his  apparent abuse of Ruggle's confidence  and many kindnesses. An excuse, he  said,  that  the  possibility    of    losing  of her family had known what    she  was up to.  Ruggles waded and waded until it  seemed to. him that he must have  walked halfway to England. Then,  the water deepening suddenly, he  flung himself forward and started out  to investigate the red kerchief. It  occurred to him that whoever might  be under it was certainly getting farther out than was prudent with the  conditions of the tide. And then, as  it_ continued seaward, he was filled  with the conviction that it must be  Ruth. He did not believe that there  was another woman in Europe who  would be rash enough to swim  straight into that thickening mist and  through those chill, threatening waters; also, he was sure that she had  seen him and wished to avoid him.  (To he continued)  Catarrh Cannot be Cured  by LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is  a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE will cure catarrh. It is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surtaces of the Systcm. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is con**os=d of  sonic of the best tonics known, combined  with some of the best blood purifiers. The  perfect* combination of the "ingredients in  HALJJS CATARRH MEDICINE is what  produces such wonderful results in catarrhal  conditions.  Druggists 75c.    Testimonials free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. Ohio.  Aliens Leaving Ontario  Upwards of 15,000. aliens have left,  the province of Ontario, 5,000 of them  from the city of Toronto alone, for  their homes overseas since December  last. They took away with the mover $30,000,000 of Canadian money. In  round numbers there were 10,000 Austrians, 2,000 Greeks and Rumanians,  2,000 Bulgarians and Serbians, and  1,000 Macedonians. Their average  wealth, carried out. of Canada, was  $2,000 per head. They were for the  most part men who filled the places  in the industrial world when Canada's  sons enlisted.  SINCE g 1670  imUOM  Plans Hwge Aeroplane  ;  ^*-rt DR9P-S  STOPS  l^slviISTS  ffli^011_^yyi  fe -t-mmS-mvmPlT-v-T  iiiS3Mml  ^^P^S=FES*  *-M*M������������mii^  g&ek'g C-sffoa Steof ���������cmpom~I&  A safe, reliable r-irulatfng  medicine.   Sold in three* 4*.  Es off strenstb^���������No. 1.818  2. S3; No. 8. SB per bos,  t by dl drufZUU, or craft *  -prtpfcld oa receipt ���������! pric*w  Ere*   'pamphlet.      AddracBS  ���������8MB COOK RIEDIC1MB CO-i  i*y    -    <������gBAjtr*--* -Mit   tu-.m0.~0 smmdi^m.%  ���������^ ���������*���������**���������* OWO"*****!   mfXttttt   Tx^ximtmmwmmjf ��������� ��������� 11 ll'-**-**-*-*!  Tiie ������oui o������ a.  ,   no is  nsist upca  ���������������tto hi0eej  achohs  oned without her host. Ruth, though  of far less than Roxana's size and  etrcngth, was lacking neither in  strength nor courage. Seeing her  danger she had sprung at Roxana and  gripped her wrists. In the struggle  that had followed, the flask had dropped into the bushes and been lost.  Roxana had fought like a tigress, and  Ruth with the strength of desperation.  But the Georgian had proved more  than a match for her antagonist, finally flinging her to the ground and  twisting her scarf around her neck,  then making off through th* pines.  **Tts just about as awful as anything  could be," said Miss Challand, finally.  "I always had a feeling that Roxarn  was  far  from  civilized,   and   ������,o    had  (Continued.)  Roxana had then conducted her to  the clearing in the woods, and there,  turning suddenly, had addressed her  in such language as is sometimes employed by Turkish harem women of  a dissolute class, and with a fury and  a passion that had appalled the American girh She had accused Ruth ofj**u  all sorts of unspeakable things in connection with Ruggles, who, Roxana  said, was her own lover. Ruth, startled and terrified, was beginning to  believe thejjirl insane and phickily  thinking up some way of defending  herself from the physical attack which  she felt sure would follow the verbal  one, when Roxana had snatched from  her bosorri a vial of what Ruth had  rightly guessed to be vitriol and had  attempted to dash it into Ruth's face.j Ro^na had been something that he  vBut her the ex-sla** girl had reck^hadvnot-tne strengthto contemplate  TdVX^lX XdtLX  -V.-.V  .  J3UHO  Miss EUiot and Miss Downing, although Darthea liked and admired  her.    What's to be done'    We've got  to  mi**  1,  tl  1..  !l"r  til  up.  ;' her.  ut  we  can t  It wouldn't  l<?t Hertzfeid man-  be   ricjht."  Ti::.'mi-p.-. s .q'.r.ri'-.e.' at iu.-, watch. "I  guess we won't be nble to help our-  srA-.-e-.���������or Hertzf*.*]*.! either,"' said he-.  "\\".'i.-\t do yor. iv.oan?"  "VVt-n.  nr- _! _dopn_:t(0;n,:' saU   Rur-  f^.fL.,      ni.'i'1/.lClii   ulhi   iaOX;-*.'iSi  .'ii'i.*  pi"oT^-  ably !:*.ndi--.p -*,* Dover, just about nevw.  Do you kr.c-.v, Mi:is Chruiaml, I bc-  iic-V'" i: was koxsn.i who sont that  m-rT.f-'if-"'- to Von Hertzfeid. She probably told him that somevhing had  gonr. v.-ron(? with her here, and that  ���������she*: wouldn't stay in the place any lon-  grr, 'r.'i that he co-ilei take her to  fptr Inn el 10 n 1 ��������� ���������; i*i t*, ;inel rrinrry her by  fpccijil licenf,<-*, or not at  Hcrtzeld, beiruT head ov������  love,   took   her  up  on   it."  ���������"fie-. ���������*���������,<���������'   f r.:*"io*''* "'   r::ri'kii  Chal'and.  "i  he-are! ;-, hi;.- e.ar star;in..  the. rori'l when I was liiistlin  th*   woor!--,,"   ������:iie!   U'M'i-.h-  ,  that 1  think of it, it rounele-e! like-, that  sixty  M-trce-des   of    Von     I fertzff.hPr,.  The *->n-i*i- ������,on of eoui;*-h and roar.    Of  course, he pr;-bnbly thought that Ho/..  trrrr  "PTTJL-S  W*. 00-/fOQvI'or trttr: pf^yi\. 0. *-*.  x^-s^tjpfimxias^^  Xi    I'lMilll HIIIHIIIIIWMW'r"" I'D"*'  ^PM' I^^mnumt^imtiim}������swmi0wmnrvm-m^     ��������� trw  and, knowing her varying moods and  intense nature, he could do no more  than follow her instructions. He  trusted that Ruggles, who had already  approved his suit, wonld understand  ���������and there was no question of his  sympathy with the misguided young  man. He would himself have as soon  thought of forming an alliance with a  trapped lioness. But he reflected that  perhaps Von Hertzfeid might prove  himself a dompteur de fauves. Which  possibly hc may havc done.  But Ruggle's chief concern was not  for thc principals of this run-away  match. Ruth had appeared the following morning, a little pale and  quiet, but none the worse for her experience. Of the entire household only Ruggles and Miss Challand were  cognizant of the real facts. The others  supposed that Ruth had been persuaded by Roxana to connive at her  elopement, and that this had made a  certain coolness between Rugglcs and  herself. For that a coolness existed  was most apparent. Ruth returned to  the hotel, and for several days Ruggle's mooned around with set features  and tightened lips. He had tried to  sec Ruth without avail. And in the  meantime Mr. Downing and Dick arrived, and a, golf chum of Ruggles.  who put up at the hotel, told him that  thc family were leaving within a day  or two for Scotland.  Rugglcs made no further efforts to  see Ruth or any of the Downings. He  . f-lt sirk and sore. Hc reasoned that  if Ruth, knowing him as well as she  ill. And did, could believe any of his actions  ��������� heel.*; in ; might have been responsible for Roxana's furious attempt at ventre:*nee,  then* could not exi.st between them  that sympathy whiih had seemed to  he an established covenant. Every-  th'mg was sham. All human emotions  were eniply sheila. lie sat on the  beach r.nd stared out across the drab  water.1; of the. Channel, and wished  that hr- might: conscientiously drown  himself therein.  Tt vyar; perhaps with this furtive  suggejion ��������� not that he had nnv idea  e,t drowning Iii in self, hut for the nake  of the. mere melancholy contemplation  ���������that he we.it down to swiin one afternoon whe.i the weather was ?iot  such as te> appeal to the rrc-Mial bather.  J he air was humid and oppressive, yet  carried ,e. distinct chill. No breeze  I.ad stirred for hours. And the water  |v.*-". -    r.'-.-Mi'" nl'-"*: and fiat tin a *.!.���������.������������������ t  J ;.....:. 1.        ���������������,,,..     .-,..*..   s. .- . ,. 1   ���������������  I beach, and at r,onie distance from the  j-i*',r**   ti"   :",���������������������������������������������-.   bort-'or*   trteiierj  tip   in  I a   ���������".hif/i/i'-th   hJ.eiel't* t   of   foi/.     The   tide  was far out ,nid '.till running rhh, . n<l  so  dark   and   elisuiai   were  id!  bathing  condition'"-!     a",    roinparrel     with     the  r 1 :������������������������>��������� r    of    f't.A    "ind       t'-Tilii'l       ruiel       tlir  -.'rounds   of   Ilu*   Casino,   that   Rugi/lei;  li.imd   himself   pra. lie a'ly   alone.  j*.;*   ,.fjt    r.-ijift/   :*l'*!i-**,   r-r   .1   long  rropose-d Urey-  Hounds of the Air In  America  General Caproni, whose airplanes  played a prominent part in the world  war, announced at a dinner given in  his honor at the Aero Club of America  that he plans for a giant passenger car  of 12,000 horse-power, capable of  transporting from 400 to 500 persons  over the ocean. He described at the  dinner his latest complete plane,  which he said was built to carry five  passengers and to give them all the  comforts afforded by ocean liners. It  is a flying boat. The feasibility of establishing trans-atlantic aerial lines  was the purpose of his visit to America, he said, and***-*he plans to select a  site for a factory in which to build  the proposed grey hounds of the air,  for the over-ocean passenger trafflc.  WITHOUT PUKE BliOOD HEALTH 181MP08SIBXA  If PT A Wf-~'V-F-i W������?z%i~���������.  Is sss B eras W'Ss^sr jjerve foob  Tt1������1 Bottle either tCemedy 8s., leading CliemlitB 01  ���������emreo Bamedlea Oo.. Oo������pel Oak. N.ffJ, Umdnii. Eng.  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  B0.I S 5*8 EB^'-S *������������������!���������!= *=s FOB THE  3.L.C tjlXflU O LIVER" K-DM-FY5  iDTkluable for dine&aes of these important orffans.  Gravel, fains in the Baok._flout, Khe>nnru*.tisin l*-������.cfl  Ss.. i-Biiuiitf- Chanlists or- Vi* Iri-j Ct.EitC HKD. *,0.,  HAVERSTOOK BPU K.W.5. LONDON. ENGLAND.  SATISFYING RELIEF  FROM LUMBAGO  Sloan's Liniment has the punch  that relieves rheumatic  twinges  LftHHBiHtBi W WOE!  fli-S! Jfoy Of. A  Perfect Skin  Know  the joy and!  happiness that comes I  to one thru possessing I  a skin  of purity and I  beauty.  The soft, dis*!  tinguished appearance itf  'renders brings  natural beauty t  BOOK  ON  DOO    DISEASES  and Horn to Peed  Mailed    Free    t������    any  Address  bj   tho  Author  H.   CI^AY   OT.OVER  CO.,   INC.,  IIS      Ytvi.i     j*������i-������ifcB������,  New York. U.S.A.  iwasBmsi^ a *& -\z\.  fimit  UUII  CSr.~~t 13  uix-vumi  Cricket Football Lacrosse  And   All   Other  Summer  Sports  Are due for a tremendous boom in 1920.  All stocks are low and  factories slow ��������� write today for prices to our nearest branch:���������  Winnipeg. ���������Main St., opposite City Hall. Portage  Ave., opposite Post Office.  Edmonton. ���������10142 101st.  Street.  Calgary.���������Next    Pantages  T~,rt^t~m  .& *.VU*.l Vr.  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Naturalized Asiatic Problem  In reply to a question in the Housc  of Commons, ihe Secretary of Suite  said there were 106 Japanese residents at the present time who had been  naturalized, while the total number of  Japanese residents in Canada in 1911  was 9,021. Tliere were at present 25  naturalised Chinese in Canada, whereas thc number of Chinese in Canada  in 1911 was 27,774.  YEAST CAKE  "MSJJj*     ���������OKSLM ���������  19s  fl1 "'J- '1' ."-"---rrrmt-rTTT-nrrrgnr-TTmr-^-nr mi  _1__JjIM-,i:_.IM,<_IM_Mlll  ���������ne  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  ��������������� .������������������..,.,  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross'*  The poems of Hafiz arc known hy  heart, in  Persia.  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Aiwtn^u  \>.*y  S.T.   Ulibrok"!**.   pfteVngA  pf "Dayttir Tablet������ of Aspirin   -which  lx"htrro i������ truly onto A������pirl-a--"Juiayer''---Y������i"i maat aay '-iKaywr"  >aii<H-i !��������������� *h������ ir-fltt ttinrV  rrMrl������t*������r-������������1 in ���������f'o'fio'flat t*f Xitytir M-r-nv.feteif.-r* ~r "Uou-������-  mcrllt-eeeleUat^r ot l'e������lle*yll(-uil������l.    Wl.llo It U w-sll  known that Anpirln  rnnaua Klay-MV  U'.riUUfccUi'.'v, Uo  ;:.c."li"t thr. l-nh!l,-. wc:'.ln:;t  tmttr.tlatie,  tlia  Tj.htr-.t~ tig ZlZj'-? Czt~Cm^S  will li* ainuijxa wliu tu-elr xouerui trua* mark, Una "JUayor Crtia*,'*  llnfulaohe. Toothachn. Karach-a, Nau-^  raljria, lAmiiiafijo, rtiie-niuiii "imui. *t-7������iurl������*  tin. Joint ralmi, and 1'ain g������nerally.  Tin   It-o-erena   t\1   IK   in1il**tH   <v������������t   lnrfi  a f������vr eccnta.   Larger "Uay4ir" puckiigoa*  SI',    1111*11  .  rri.0, Kf.i*w  ja-aa^afAamta  JtawiywMipi^ij^^ ���������^.���������������������������yp:r-j:  /  ^T^Zp:-~i A^'JL-yA..,^i^c<'ZZ-^-^\'JrZ^',Z^iy^^  THE     REVIEW,     OHESTON,     B.     C.  z>zm  j - j ^tr~-  Cf  ���������$*  BAR U AND NAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS  The largest stud si the Fu-re-bred Percherons in the Worid. The fi. tt- Percheroii-  breeding Farm Established in Canada. The only firm on the American continent  from which British ' horseasea. have selected -/ercheros breeding stock t������ establish  studsin Britain. ".' '���������"'.'.*' '"f'-  Do not let the British breeders cotne 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 froni the United States, when you can buy tha  best individuals of "the best breeding raised right here in Alberta by tnen that have  been in the breeding business for 25 years, and expect to remain in the business.  We have -seventy-four head of Pure-bred Percheron Stallions ot our own breeding now  on.band to select from. You can see their sires and dams, and if you cannot-choose  ���������one from the iot to suit you wc ���������mil give you every assistance in our power. Writo  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  . Steer Warships by Wireless  tr-  FARMERS BREED PERCHERONS  The only breed of draft horses ever shipped back to England from"*  Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed of draft horses in North America are Percherons.  The safest investment in draft horses today is Percherons.  A profit to own���������-A pleasure to handle.  You will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if yon use  a Percheron sire. _.  WRITE FOR INFORB-1ATION. AND LITERATURE  Let us put you in touch with the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.  Mention^this paper when writing.  The   Canadian   Percheron   Horsebreeders" Association  William H. Willson, Secretary (DeskA.), Calgary, Alberta  During .Experiments Destroyer Was  Manoeuvred With Not A  Single Man Aboard  The British Admiralty reports considerable progress in recent tests of  applying wireless control to vessels  and torpedoes. Warships with crews  of only a few men are regarded as an  eariy possibility as a result of experiments. The Daily Mail says: "By us-/  ing hertzian waves the wireless wizards of our fleet have succeeeded in  controlling torpedo craft from a distance of some miles. During the experiments a destroyer was manoeuvred by wireless with not a single man  aboard. By touching the wheei, a  vessel is easily steered by the invisible force. Ships' searchlights were also turned by wireless."  df  Keeo Your  Health  ir ~  TONIGHT TRY  nards Liniment  for   that   Cold   and   Tired   Feeling.  Get  Well,  Keep  Well,  Kill Spanish Flu  by   using   the    OLD    RELIABLE.  MINARD'S LINIMENT  CO.,  LTD.,  Yarmouth,   N.S.  TU% S5A      A     ^0    Ix'tlLX   *xXd  JMKMJ1W  i*~.~-.Vx-Z  THI fi  OtA.   dtyy  LCATn-tWS  M  WILL OUTWEAR  TWO HATS  OF ANY  OTHER MAKE*  Made in Italy  Akk STYLES -ALL COLORS  SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER  Got Him to Advertise  Persistency Had  Its   Reward   After  Xltr. T\~ ���������  mauxy   t-rt-yo  An advertising, salesman connected  with the Syracuse Post Standard told  me recently of his difficulties in persuading owners of little shops in his  community to advertise, and he furnished nie with a concrete illustration  of how persistent he has to be to secure contracts from some of them.  He told me that he had called on  onc man twice a week for several  years.      Of course, he got yery well  SAFE AND EFFICIENT  HOME TREATMENT  mT~~XT~ZmT *----.       mm.Z~-U  a-c-^uauitgu    vvitu  jk**v     -x.m -h*  "     Col. Barker ������H6hbredf       '"p  Lieut.-Col. Wm. G. Barker, V.C.,  D.S.O., has been awarded a second  silver medal by the King of Italy for  his wonderful fight in October, 1918,  in which he tackled sixty Huns single-  handed, and shot down six of them before he was brought down by enemy  fire.    7he award reads:  "Protector of the air." Col. Barker  now holds more decorations than any  other living British airman.  been a merchant in a small way for  over half a century merely making a  living and that's all, while he might  have made a fortune had he commenced his career by employing advertising in his home-town newspapers. |  This advertising salesman called]  on this merchant on his eighty-fourth  birthday and congratulated him. remarking on his splendid physical condition and telling him that instead of  looking eighty-four he didn't look a  day-'-ovei^-si-^'y^fiye.^-?'-'-^. ������������������"* ���������.-������������������:*. *?s:~c-pr ; - *'���������*  This pleased the old gentleman so  much that he said to the advertising  salesman, "Well,, you have been trying to get me to advertise for & great  many years, and I am going to celebrate my birthday by giving you an  advertisement/-^- Whereupon he told  him to insert a two-inch ad.  Now, the moral of this little story  is: Keep at a business man and persuade him to advertise even if he  lives to be eighty-four before he  starts.  It is never too late to get started  on the right track.���������W. C. Freeman,  in Fourth Estate.  Minard's Liniment For Sale Everywhere.  itmimtiiimi~iLim*mtjmsA0iim*mfM/**m   ��������� r Miiiiii       ii        iihJ  Keeps Baby's  ���������S3 fill M fill   Mfl^QHa-C/HJl _y  |F every mothor could only  -' realizo tho ua/rjtfor v/hica  lurka in tho nejjloct of chafing  and akin irritations sho would  tiot tnlco chtww* on bofnn;  without Dr. Chase's Ointment  to apply after baby'a bath.  ,x**.m.mm.--4- 0x~x/x        mv^0 00.0-d0,m0 ~>%X Mm ftl-rC** mr**-t������  V~\t--*JIXXX~m Sfm.-i-.tk All.ieini*.')^ *XXX*0~i imkmx-m W*f  wmooth unel volvoty,  vv iiauta a box, an donier***, or i'Jamaaaon,  Date* ft Co., IA<L, Toronto.  His Party  The Countess of Warwick, who has  been adopted as Labor candidate for  East Walthamstow, has long been noted for her practical interest in welfare work.  One of her best stories concerns  an occasion when she canvassed the  humble quarters of a northern town  I on behalf of a well-known Labor  leader, and encountered at. the first  housc she visited a matron of the  most determined character.    "May I  sec  Mr. ?"  she asked.    "No, you  can't" answered the matron decisively. "Cut I want to tcnow what pcrty  hc belongs to," said Lady Warwick.  The woman drew up her tall figure.  "Well, take a good look at me," she  said.    "I'm the party hc belongs tol"  Lethbridce's Export Trade  Exports to thc value of $1,695,621.  85  was  exported    in    1919.       Cattle  XXII Lilt.ix      l.ik.      \j'.^f^C~.      I'jQt' t'.Qti      0.       r. IICUC  exports, 17,159 head having been shipped to southern points. These were  valued at $85-1.512.80. Horses for exhibition and rn:-.r.h:n^ pitrpor.cr., flcM-tr,  potatoes, personal effects, and wool,  comprised the remainder of the ������x-  ������������������oiLi.    The   total  value  of  the  wool  y .'x\iu. iy..   iiui.i   iJvuinlu[,e,  ai   XL xj   v> ..:,  .<���������515.5--M.95.  Many Weak and Ailing People Who  Have Been Helped Strongly  Recommend Dr. Williams Pink Pills  There is on!v one wav to build up  a run down system if the blood is  pale and thin. Many diseases are  caused by thin blood. Other diseases  such as influenza and rheumatism  cause tbe blood to become thin and  the wasting effect of these disorders  cannot be combated successfully until  the  blood is restored  to  its normal  ^rx^AZx.rxm.  \r*~tt.yxt xxvrmx.  Pallor, nervousness, indigestion  sleeplessness, headaches, dizzy spells,  shortness of breath, palpitation of the  heart, these are a few of the symptoms Of an anaemic bloodless condi-  Xl-x-x tZ-rx���������.���������    rxC   xS. ..���������.     rt~m    0. rx.    -x rt ������-.. ���������n 11 .r-  LlUllr Olr-HiC    UJ      LAI*- ,ZI     A t *-^     ILX4X     liaiUiattt  associated with thin blood, but the  quickest way to overcome them is to  make the blood rich and red.  Dr.   Williams    Pink   Pills   do   one  thing and do it well.    Thev build up  the blood increasing  the number  of  red  corpuscles.    As this is  done the  blood   becomes  a   richer   red   and   is  able to carry more oxygen, the great  supporter   of   human    life.       As   the'  blood improves in  quality the tissues  of the body are better nourished and  thc* functions of the body are better  performed.    The glands of the ston    ;  ach are stimulated and the first sign |  of     improvement  is  usuallv  a better j  appetite and  better 'digestion. i f  Dr. Williams Pink Pills have been ' *  used for years as a bloodmaking tonic and system builder with such good  results that in -every community  there are many people who are recommending this remedy to their  friends and to others who are afflicted.  Here is the statement of one person among thousands who have used  Dr. Williams Pink Pills to their own  great advantage. Mrs. A. Veniot.  Hemford, N. S. says: ��������� "For about  tw-o years I wasa great sufferer from  indigestion, which seemed to carry  with it a complication of other troubles. Every meal I took brought  with it misery, as it was followed by  pnin, and sometimes nausea and vomiting. At other times gas would form  in the stomach* to such an extent that  my heart would pa'pitate at an alarming rate. These conditions brouerbt  on extreme nervousness and irritability, ind T found my gmerai health  so much affected, that the least exertion would tire me and T slept but  poorly. I had been doctoring for  several months with no result beyond  slight temporary relief, when I was  advised by a friend to try Dr. Williams Pink Pi'ls. 1 decided to follow  his advice and got half a dozen boxes  Good results soon began to show  from this treatment, and the further  continued use of the pills have made  me a well woman. T can cheerfullv  recommend Dr. Williams Pink Pills  to similar sufferers."  Thc purpose of Dr. Wil'iams Pink  Pills is to build up the blood. They  do this one thing and they do it well  They are -an invaluable remon ; in diseases arising from bad Of iieficient  blood, as rheumatism, neuralgia; after  effects of the grip and fevers. The  pills arc guaranteed to be free from  opiates or any harmful drug and cannot injure thc most delicate system.  You can get these piMs through anv  dealer in medicine, or bv nail at 5(������  cents a box or six boxes tor $2.50  from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  WAGSTAFFE'S  Beat  Seville  Orange  AU Orange and Sugar���������  No camouflage.  Bolted tilth care tn SilserPant.  ASK YOUR -SltOCKIt POR IT.  C^eelis to Gross Canada  The Canadian Government was asked some days ago by the war office  if 50,000 Czecho-Slovak troops returning from Siberia to their own newly  formed republic, could be transported  across Canada. These troops, after a  difficult journey, joined the anti-Bolshevist forces in Siberia and fought  there for a considerable period. They  are now to return home, and as they  cannot cross Russia in doing so, it is  proposed that they should be transported across the Pacific to Canada;  should travel through Canada to the  Atlantic, and so journey to their own  country in Europe*  MONEY ORDERS  Dominion Express Money Orders are 09  sale i������> fiy-; thousand -offices throughout C*aa������  ada.  ITNITTING YARN. OUR FIN-  -x\. est Red Cross quality in sixteen colours. * wenty cents  per skein. Sample mailed twenty-  five cents. Georgetown Woollen  Mills.  Georgetown.  Ontario.  i.0t..tn..^..mi..0."^.."."*"ti.t:0.i0ii0.'t}"H"������.i0-������.^.  r=  25MJLUGNSS  "Cascarets" is biggest selling  Laxative -Cathartic lor    r  Liver and Bowels  .000^  ���������������..0..0..*..0"0.0"."0"0..0..%nmi  Twenty-five  million  boxes  of  Cas  Cfsmnlefi Band Outfits  ....   i  B  ��������� ���������       ...      i i i i  Drums and Drummer-.9  - Traps ������  |  Complete information and siurffest-   1  ed  coastituti-an  for  newiy-fon������ed  Bands, (ires os request.  8.8. if ILLlAInO ituiiEs  Wissijieg.   6-slguy.   stoat-real,   IsraaSa  a<fr-t_������������ Ba, bmil Ora-M-h  ,������������������   ~m,mm.a.m-x^ rm ������������ . .-V  Butter Fudge  Two squares chocolate, two and a half cups  carets were sold last year to folks ' ffranulated suear, two-third* cup of mUk. on*  who wanted relief without injury from lev<=l tablespoon butter, two tablespoon*  Constipation, Bi!iousness, Indigestion,. Fowler's Wantmore Peanut Butter, pinch salt.  Gases,' Colds and Sick Headache, j Cook the chocolate, sugar and milk together  Cascarets work while you sleep, re-! until a little in cold water forms a soft ball,  moving the toxins, poisons and sour, then add the peanut butter and salt and beat  indigestible waste without griping or until thick. Turn into creased pao, and when  inconvenience. Cascarets regulate bv nearly cold cut into squares. Be sure and  strengthening the bowel muscles, use Fowler's Wantmore Peanut Butter, as as  They never weaken or shock the liver other peanut butter will make it as sooeL  like calomel or harsh pills. Cascarets  cost so little too.  OldtFashioned Girl  Mrs. Olden.���������What did you marry  for, my  dear;  love,  money, position  or what?  Mrs.   Bridey.��������� For a husband. ���������  (New Haven Register).  Dyes Her Garments  But None Can Tell  At the Musicale  Guest. ��������� What a fine touch that  pianist has.  Host.���������I guess I know it; he touched me for a hundred just before you  came in.  Why V.sfr* t,[,rf(*}   Aprpi^������  "Alas!"  sighed  young  Callow,    "if  only Eve hadn't been ao fond of up-  ples."  "My dirir hoy," ������!n?d Cynirni, "V.vf  wasn't   so  very   fond   of  apples,   but  that waa the only forbidden fruit."  "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���������  every thing.  The Direction Book with each package tells how to Diamond Dye ovcr  any color.  To match any material, have dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  ,retty  How He Felt  girl  ashed a r-oJdier who  waa just discharged irom the hospital,  "And how did you feel when the bullet went through your arm?"   "Well,"  r-rrl     tVi*.     iir.04.       **l      I I. 1 ���������     r\ti-*'ttvl.*\tr    , -. r*. V rr* I i  "don't   \e.ll  luie.u."  iStals���������Keep your Liyc~  Strong and Healthy. It  ��������� ��������� .������i������t...   rt........   v.   v  iiei.jr ieU.,juiuii, i 1X11,01  Burn, if Sore, Irritated,  Inflamed or Granulated,  use Murine often. Sr>fe for Infant or Adult  Atiill'Di-itiili.xa in Canada. Wihc foi I-'i-ct-  Ky-n Hook. Mwrfar-** Kwwpwwy, CMee-je., li).������. fl.  Squirrels As Big As Cats  Thero in no country that can rival  North America for the great number  of squirrels, both species and subspecies, represented in her fauna. In so  far n<i brilliancy of color and size are  concerned, however, says the American Forestry Magazine of Washington,   the  hnndsomr-st   and  htrge������������i     of  ������������������'.-. -CJ.  t   I  W.  U.  U.      UI.  Ihr Orirnt and thr V.nnt Indiea. along  the coast of Malabar is found a squirrel as big as au ordinary cat; ���������uii*-* animal is bright red on the upper part  ot it:i body, ofl'set by the mo������t intrnse  blade, while all the lower parti* are  or a clear yellow.  Minard'd r.iniineiit Cures Dundrtifi?.      |  AFTER GRIP or FLU  WINTER COLDS-  BAD BLOOD  You are pale, thin, weak���������witli  little vitality. Your liver ib slu-jr-  gish and the bad blood causes youp  stomach muscles to lose tr-nr elasticity and become flabby and weak  ���������then indigestion.  Dr. Pierce'B Golden Medical Discovery, made from wild roots and  barks, and free from alcohol or  narcotics, is the great and powerful  blood purifier of to-day. Inarredi-  enta printed on wrapper. This  tonic, in liquid or tablet form, io  just what you need to irivo you  vim, vigor and vitality.  Take the 'Discovery* as directed  and it will ucarch out impure and  poisonous matter throughout tho  system and eliminate it through  tne nutural channels.  You can procure a trial paelcag-a,  of the tablets by sendimr 10c. to  the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. ...  or branch Laboratory in Bridgo-  burg, Ontario.  flrNTAMrr*. Bx������~:.~"1 hx..- UUen Dr.  i'tort**-.-**- ���������Uoiiiesu Mc-xil-cAl Uif/covory foir-  llver trouble, and found It excellent, und  would not ba without It I tuffen-4 froia  eoiiflwitlon of the liver about otx yaara  tuu aud I always 5i,y that t!i!a mcJlcJua  ~0itm*m-0,    mm f     !������������������������'���������'������.    *������ t������*<-,    0*������m������m*x   Vf    *fr\    -rvs������*  family for roldx nn-i *���������% wrm** i-*h*i������ in m  vti.y abort tltuo. Wo rauufc havo uuoil  about . iicitt-n bout������a of tb������ * l>la<)ov<&rjr '.-*'  ���������-Mutt. Knock Mi-roHKtx*.  KrroitMKii. Our.���������"t had bcicome %U  run-duwu, wm ttxtsii m.t~~ tsttx-i-istx. My  blitod wm b-Ml alMH I took tbt������ "<ioUloa  Medtc*J DlHreovary* -~V- wiul oomplf-uly  lewaUjiuJ   LO  UuoU   UUslM.       1   ������Ui   lhl*������*l*>W  r������������cx>mm������udln������   thin    m-ndlelrui   ta   wf  01-*-.. A.,t       ..--.x.~~.x.r*.x���������     (k^..^^    *. 0  M    r.W..������-������lr������������  as flood rwiu1iWi."---Jiiwi, E������*iw. \i\~rtxtjL%  *j4 V4.������������yr;|t''������fi������>r^-*- ft������r-!L<**,.  lW������'B������i������'������'^f*^^  ,lrWI.-*r--ryr--r*-rr.i).������|lij'Mi.liii<'M.  ^i&^lZm^Z-^  ___  *atlt'������'-|r-*^"M^  . . _,      _    _.....   _._ -<-*-  THE 'CREST-CIS  REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY   7  Hearing About Creston  Strome, Alta.* April 9  Secretary Boar<j of Trade,  Creston, B.C.  Dear Sir���������I am thinking of  selling my farm in Alberta and  moving to B.C. "While I was  reading the Edmonton Daily  Bulletin lately I noticed an article "Creston Apples Excel,"  which also spoke of the possibility of 30,000 acres of Kootenay Flats being drained. 1  would like to buy about one-  half section of good bottom  land, mostly for the purpose of  raising ^purebred cattle and  grain for a few years, then hay,  and finally turn it into fruit  land. I understand irrigation  is not necessary, and that the  climate is good.  Bbellbrook, Sask, April 3  Secretary Board of Trade,  Creston, a. C.  ' **-  Dear Sir.���������Mr. Jackson of  the B. C. Farmer kindly informed me that if I would write to  you you would give me some  information re the Creston District which, as we are thinking  of coming to B. C, we should  be pleased to receive. What I  want is a small place where I  ean keep a few cows (4), some'  pigs and chickens, and as Mr.  Jackson says Creston is the  coming place I should like to  know something about the  place "  The two letters "noted above  reached the board of trade within  a week of each other, and are but  fair samples of the enquiries that  are coming along with surprising  regularity.  Both are striking tributes to  the effective publicity effort that  the board of trade is carrying on,  the first on& being particularly  notable in that it indicates that  there is sure to be a considerable  demand for the Kootenay Flats  area once drainage is accomplished���������and by a type of agriculturist that it is particularly desirable to have on that class of land.  The outstanding feature of the  second is, possibly, the assertion  by S. P. Jackson, editor of  the  B.C.   Farmer,   that   -"*���������"* Creston   is  THE coming place."    When the  man at the head of a representative publication like the B. C. Farmer   unhesitatingly   recommends  Creston in this fashion, it may  safely be assumed that not only  is Creston Valley the peer of them  all, but that the   outside   world  has learned and is convinced of  the fact.  Some day soon Creston Board  of Trade is to have an entertainment, or campaign, of some sort  to secure funds to continue and  extend its publicity effort. With  these examples of the splendid  work that is being done the organization looks forward with  confidence to a generous response  to whatever shape its appeal for  funds take.  The concluding chapters of "TARZAN OF THE APES"  From the book by Edgar Rice Burroughs  Its Crashing Drama  "1 "^    JL    7*m t T"fc  ���������J Wild oeau  Will Hold Vou Snellbound  The adventures of the white ruler of a tribe of apes who seeks  his love and destiny amid a civilization with which he  is entirely unfamiliar.  A Shorter Soliloquy  on  Spray Hose and  Extension Rods  8 and 10 ft.  Pressure Guages  D_U.~������ y;\~i ...  i\csir*;i    v dive������  Von cannot buy  cheaper  Tires and Tubes  than we carry of the  m>  same quality.  Oreston Mo h Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Manager  Dear friend, Review, it's quite the rage  j To have a poem on your page;  So, if you find this not too bad,  Give me the space the others had.  We've happened on some curious days  To some, the parting of the ways,  There's   others   talking   temperance,  And   decent   folks   like   jazz   hounds  dance,  we have no leaders for the sheep  Of the Master's fold, and one might  weep  To see the lambs without a shepherd,  For he must eat, so I have heard.  SMve Hoses flour can riot be bought  Unless  the  dollars   first  are  caught.  -**Jo wonder people quit the church,  When   year's-end   finds   them    in the  lurch.  When hired to labor for our good.  When Christians worthy of the name  Will not combine in God's good name  "irid have the church for mankind's  good,  "o fight the crop of devil's brood.  .Vake up, ye Christians; wake, arise,  ���������  may pay you to advertise  The fact that you're still on the earth  And not yet all beneath the turf,  an it be true you have no creed  Gut  dollars  and  a  selfish greed?  Don't be afraid, bread on the waters  May return and save your sons   and  daughters.  The last few years some change has  wrought,  Some of it good red blood has bought.  But your chances now are great,  Get in and fight ere it's too late.  Then you'll find good men and true  Come back into the church with you.  History now is in the making,  Watch now the steps the world is taking.  Don't be a drag in its progress;  Stand up and help in time of stress.  Tf you all lay down on your job���������  No excuses, you know, go with God.  Creston,  D. C. ���������T.T.T.  PEEKIN THEATRE  CRESTON  /!  /  .1  w  m   *<���������& sr jl.   *^>    as           Afternoon at 4. Evening at 8.30.  x    sat.  75c. and 35c.  T"he> Retort Courteous  "If my do# barks at the moon," said a  lad,  "What will the sij-oo?! ��������� -do,'' asked the  boy of his dad.  "Shine on," said the father.laughingly,  Por the boy did not understand, yon  see.  And 5>o in life you'll find many a day  When  others*will try to block your  way.  Shine on, for you will very soon  Givd light  to darkness   as doth   fche  moon.  Should yon  be the victims of others  spite,  Because of principle to do the right.  Heed not, worry not; sing this song,  1 soon shall wear the yietor's crown.  ���������T. M. EDMONDSON.  i **^**-r^ f"P* P^i mrtrn'MmW. M.���������r'-m tx- ,*  ii.'.,^,.^..,.������.,'.,��������� aPaw *.,^,^^..'.^,.^^^1i7^*-*****'^^rlfc..^^^ff., ,i->w J(^,v.^^*^^^ ..^  P.hanorp in Train Serving  w a* ~~- . * fe%>~*        ��������� * ���������������       w ���������* *-��������� * ti ei       ww*   u y-w-w  Effective SUNDAY, MAY 2nd  THANK CANADA LIMITED, all  Mtaiuhii-ei sle'e.pin/j- '!iii-m. Trains  7 and 8 lie*1 we-rn Momroal.  T'us mi to and Vancotivi-r will be  i-i-Mnnie-el, fir-Mfc frniii from Mon-  t ���������������������������-al und Vanconvci-, May 2nd.  'i-1 \t t;< i? i-    .Tiir i  r\*e'     *  t < i������ i.- (������������������!-{ < v  *      l    .. m    4   J .    '   I   I   I .        I      ,   m .    .    .    .    I   ���������    ,    ' X I ,   X  *  J ���������    I    J      ���������/.-.  I-Custhonnd. daily,  12.M"> p.m.  We-Htlionnd. daily,   .{.22 p.m.  . ��������� i \/ \   n e e 'll.'U1   l." *." I������I * I.-e: < e_* 'V  \'r*. Miid II, liMww'ii Hr. J'.ui!  and VaiiMiiivi'i' wiii hi* i"*e.im-  .���������(I, lirst. (.rain from Hr. Paul  May 2!*t-li. Kir������*t- train from  ViiiiciiiivKi-   Mny -M'ri'.  Koi- further   oar) ie-ithi im   n-iply  t.o  any t-iek-'t.   aj/e'iit,  unm  Your Daily News  -ft The Nelson Daily News  dfcsirsa to bo YOUR  Daily Paper.  <f[ It is published in your  district of Kootenay-  Boundary.  -������[ Itfl full lenjaed wire  H������*rvi��������� of up-to-the-  minute foreign and  Canadian  news  in  the  Shingles For Sale  10,000 No. 1 at $7.50 per M.  100,000 No. 2 at $3.50 per M.  f.o.b. Duck Creek.  Write or phone.  WYNNDEL MERCANTILE  CO., Wynndel, B.C.  CALL AT  Nelson   Women's   Institute   has  membership of 75.  a |    Vernon has over ?354Q0G ef "a*iicol=  lected city taxes.  Revelstoke council has decided to  discontinue supplying electricity free  to "householders who "wanted lit for  porch lights. *������������������***���������- .*���������:������������������*" ���������*���������-������������������   "T      "***s".  At Trail the town time has heen  moved an hour ahead in order to effect daylight saving, commencing the  middle of April.  Final announcement is made that  Granby will  dismantle its  mines   at  Phoenix, the work to be completed by  the middle of June.  The Gazette believes Grand Forks  has an asset in its climate and pure  air that is not as fully appreciated  and boosted as it should be.  Revelstoke is indeed waking up. In  future the board of trade will meet  monthly. In the past it has foregathered once every three months.  Since April 1, 1913, the official recorder of vital statistics at Trail reports the arrival of 737 new citizens,  132 marriages and 251 deaths.  s  S  Our Hardie Spray Machine;  have arrived.  We have also received a supply  of Hardie Spray parts.  -  tX-SILA  IIOWB      ytftx       VfWUK-  want while it in freah.  ���������^1 lit.  Kootenay-Boundary  department contnino the    ...Af.. ,.,,������. f������... x- .������.  (.*  VdLIX VrmxVd XXALyj SXvdVtly, i-dd.  your own  homo town.  New* ox what you and  yOHit'   tims^txljbx't-   U-'tti   uO-  ���������O'ii; ������*-~���������������������'' XJ0L0V40%JuAf j-lOlr.1  4^1*1--i-Utti-.,      ���������ifO's-i*     UU���������-  for  Pipe and Pipe  Fittings  Plumbing Supplies  Black and Galvanized  Sheet Iron  Plumbing and  fifBStnp Fryjf GrowOfS Uniftfl  S"^^ Hi    W---W W  -U ^x^tJ M M MM     ^Lwtt M  m mm^t4 m    Sbv    W -ai   ^-m-*****1 m    Wj*' Sbmt   ~mi km M  mm-**4 -m mtt  LIMITED  wtadLtmii0mmmmt*tmLm0K*t  r   I *\  ��������� ...  jAmmmmtt  -H YoM   ttnd    it   worth  ���������wWlfl to read !i  Wy   mt-,1   -Off   *    inr'Mimfhf  THE DAILY mm^.  ^  .������.    IS    I   l>e ���������������* , I 1 Ml.  [ ll..! y'l.-l       | '-,*... <-,,,  9  ..Ul.^rl,    IaA).  ..'.. .-.-.,1  ' r ^'. I I    \   ,     , i  1 I  . ' .  <t\  ^.psimimiii^  and any  kind of n^ians.  Your r^paii' work wiii bc  handled by a skilhid mo-  (���������liana;.  .Inst, one  ���������I  iievroict 4vi)  U'i'l iii stock.  TRAVELLERS,  Convenience, security and economy are  secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques  issued by this Bank. They enable the bearer to identify himself and are readily  converted   into   the  current  coin  of  any  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ^imiii-Uf CAH'I'AL  RESERVE FUND  $15,000,000  CRESTON 1JKANU1-I, V. G. Ucunctt, ManaRcr.  IP  x*m0Uix^^.JJm-.-mAm...mm.m.^ ^0^.   .0 ^..Ui^L**i,.J^*-L-r^r.*.Llfr>1|*.,t|flIr   fl'lW^'fitffl'tjMl'^llft^  J I*  JEfflj  ft  ~.  ^���������-���������������������������������������������������������������'������������������WW^  ���������^t^WW'-lrim-IIWfi-iWei,*1 it***)!** p|ii)r^l^->*^|l-tJia' mmiXmm*mt*llitKSm0\mr~ittt^-000\*mmm-mit0 nmmmmnmmt  -0-~  ~, -xm-^tr.ftm,*.������mSiH4m i^Vm'^'ftti *,jmiJtvmt*0&i~*&*\*iiM#imti ~t  m-M~\nW-mmmm������^^  'i?fmti������ik?tmmiti}?irim^ THE.. CRESTOH  REVIEW  BOYS'        CHILDREN'S       MEN'S  HURLBUT WELT CUSHION SOLE SHOE.    The  ideal shoe for childre*n, in button and lace.  SOLDIER BOY SHOES, made by J. Leckie & Co.,  from best of stock, for hard wear.  MEN'S SHOES at $6.50.    We have quite a nice stock  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  Vi-Jo -ft-vr-ftr-ii-.-srirsallv fe.vrirnMfi rsvif>.f������   v ..���������.- *r*t<*--   e>1 1*       T __   (IU     KJ~.J~j\-J     v/^i-ov^/  There's as much dissimilarity in feet as there is in faees.  Lasts that are adapted to the  shape of your feet may be entirely wrong for onr next  customer.  We take a great deal of  pains in fitting feet. We want  you to get shoes that will fit  your feet comfortably and  correctly and not cause deformities, pain or foot trouble.  Aii sizes and styles in the  best qualities in stockj  C3  a  ^  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  The smelter at Greenwood, "which  has been closed down for annost two  years, is now advertised for sale.  W. J. Hamiltoi^, one of Cranbrook's  pioneer ranchers'^ reports the arrival  of seventeen lax&bs from eleven ewes.  After...trying; itpput for a matter of  eight dayfe the city of Trail has can- '  celled  daylight .paving,  although  the  smelter is stiir operating on that plan.  Rossland. council finds it necessary  to ask the citizens for $10,000 to  make some very .pressing repairs and  improvements to the waterworks system.  Courier: A Cranbrook resident reports that he has burned seven tons  of coal already this winter and expects another seven tons will see him  through.  Bonners FSrry; barbers have raised  the price of   haircuts    to  .65    cents.  Where the barber goes to a place out-1  side the shop to,'do subit of shaving1  the price is $1, ���������'*>  Vernon* farmers institute has been  advised that the .government has discontinued the practice of sending out  horticultural experts to hold apple  packing schools. *���������--  The Courier cannot understand why  winter continues to linger in the lap  of spring. Cranbrook gophers made  thoir appearance three weeks earlier  than usual "this year.  Kaslo   council   has  decided  to  furnish free light and water to the G.W.V.A. club room in that town, and if  the finance committee can' see it that  way a cash grant will also be made."  Not having  had  a meeting  in six  months   the   minister   of   agriculture  has caused notices, to be posted that  the  Penticton farmers' institute has  thereby forfeited its co-operative powers.  To take care of an increased and  still increasing Sunday school atten**  dance Grand Forks Presbyterians are  blowing in $2100--to buy the old Baptist church in that town for Sabbath  school purposes.  ihij  We are again able to  offer you a choice selection of All-Wool N avy  Blue Suits for men at  $45 per suit.     All sizes  Twenty  Suits   Only  Oreston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  If you are needing  or  now is the time to buy  Wc havc just  unloaded a  car  CaBiyGR Gity Ijimiisr tepany  ���������LIIVll IA~U  i.r^,,i.,00^,tHitllmimHIA,ll*i.tm.tUi~~l������HUI4tUIIHI'H  visited by Clayton, who persists in his  determination to marry the beautiful  heiress,  - Tarfcan is overtaken on the trail by  outlaws, headed by Juan, a halfbreed,  known as The Devil, who operates a  notorious dance hall or cantina, bearing the uns.ay.ory title of The Hellhole. Secreting himself in a tree  under which the outlaws gather,  Tarzan* hears them formulate a plan  to abduct Jane Porter and hold her  for ransom, After the outlaws have  left Tarzan follows them to the cantina, where hearriyes at evening, "jus-i  as the dancing revels, led by Lea Belle  Odine,.ja beautiful siren, are at their  height. Tarzan breaks into the hall  unexpectedlv_and bounds to the platform, where.L-aBelle Odine is swaying  in the intoxication of her dance.  Juan and his henchmen try to overpower the ape-man, but he is master  of them all. j_ia j-seue Odine is subdued into admiration by the primitive  strength and heroism of the newcomer.  "When the uproar has subsided Juan  leayes the "cantina long enough to  carry out his plan of abducting Jane  Porter. When he returns, however,  Tarzan hears tbe cries of his mate  from one of the rooms upstairs, and  flying to her rescue, assisted by La  Belle Odine, overpowers Juan and his  desperate followers. Jane is restored  to her father, and the evidence that  Tarzan lives results in his being acclaimed the Lord of" Graystoke and  assuming the station to which he is  lawfully entitled.  Clayton, however, still determined  to put him ont of the way, so that he  can    marry   Jane    Porter,  conspires  Cranbrook Rod and Gun Club favor  the imposition of a closed season for  muskrat and beaver. They will also  consult the trappers to see if the  taking of marten should also be prohibited for a couple of years.  Loyal Orange Lodge, He.-2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  FARP-I TO-.EXCHANGE  Will exchange 320-acre improved  farm in Saskatchewan for au improved  Creston Valley fruit ranch. Place is  one rjiiie from station, 109 ac-r-es broke,  school on land, plenty of water.  Apply W. Oakley, owner, Box 343,  Fernie, B.C.  RANCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  Nearly five acres first-class guaranteed fruit land, partly improved, good  road and water, near* Creston, part  cash.    Apply Charles Moore, Creston.  I-.-*    rtd-tvvv VLVtCi.    -t   rJIIMll    HllU   raise Tarzan. The plot succeeds up to  a certain point, until La Belle Odine  finds that she has herself fa-lfen in love  with Tarzan. .*:**  Jane Porter, believing the evidence  TIMBER  L.E X 235-s  Sealed tenders will be received by  the M.inista������-of Lands not later than  noon on the 20th day of May, 1920, for  infidelity that Clayton has presented | the purchase of License X23o5, to cut  against Tarzan, turns from him, and 1,800,000 feet of Tamarac, Fir and Pine  in   despair, the    prk-aval   nobleman   and 6,000 lineal feet of Poles, on Lots  Revelstoke citizens are not unmindful of services rendered by its medical men and in token of that appreciation lately presented Dr. Hamilton with $357.50 on the occasion of  him leaving for a holiday. .  Fernie council is paying  $3500 for  an  International   ehasis  upon  which  will be erected -the necessary container to handle the city's fire fighting  equipment, thus obviating the use of  horses in the fire; brigade.  ���������������������������; $1-80-9;- wUl>-beox������������leBecl in-purses for  the boxing featur.es of the 24th of  May celebration at Cranbrook this  year. The boxing will beJ staged at  the city rink which will be rigged up  so as to seat atjeast 2000 people.  Fred Elsmore, a Grand Forks real  estate dealer is likely to be up on a  charge of profiteering. Early in the  year he purchased the Uren ranch at  $1200, which he>la few days ago unloaded at $2300. The buyer of the  place is to do the prosecuting.  ... xxxr^t/iCXkX ,   .   . .      j-   leaves the civilization that has brought  him nothing but unhappiness and  treachery, and returns to his home in  the jungles. ,  Meanwhile, La Belle Odine seeks  out Jane Porter, and after confessing  her part in the plot to compromise  Tarzan, urges the -heiress to seek him  and win back his loye if she must "go.  to the ends of the earth" to do so.  Acting on the suggestion, Jane follows Tarzan to Africa, where they  meet again and consummate their  love amid the scenes of primeval  slendor where they first plighted their  troth. __"''  3877 and 3878, hear Creston, Kootenay  District.  One year will be allowed for the removal of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria, or District Forester,  Cranbrook, B.C.  *a  Cunra-nASa   m.%  ���������9-fUU|i"sia vs  Bag  BS-V  8X.vW-  v BliSHifi inrifmi   E-\ gil*SBB&������ SBBSeSS te  A<  ^xmmCt  ~l j ������- I  15 B. S..  OUIVtCMZm ICiU  9  Romance of T&pzg-bb  .���������&.:  e ���������  ���������vt i  Tarzan and Jane Porter meet in the  jungle, when Tarzan saves the girl  from a savage black who* has lain in  wait upon her trail. Tarzan recognizes the girl as the white mate of whom  he has dreamed for years, but is greeted none too cordially 'by Prof. Porter  and Clayton,' when the party arrives  on the scene.  Tarzan,   however,  saves  the party,  first from the attack of an infuriated  lion and later from a war party of can  nibals, who beseige the cabin.     In the  meantime a finger-print expert accompanying  the  English   solicitor   takes  impressions ofTurzan's finger markings and discovers that he is in reality  the   rightful   heir   to  the   Greystoke  title.    Meanwhile,:, young.Clayton has  been trapped outride tho cabin by savages.   Tarzan goes to his rescue, and  by a clever ruse snatches him  out of  the hands of the cannibals,  and leads  him away by a secret path to the sea  coast.    Returning to the cabin Tai-zan  is just in  time to rescue tho wholo  party, freim auotliei-"att*ack by tho sav-  agep.    He shows the way to  tho sea  coast where t ho bout, in moored, but. in  staying behind to guard the retreat, is  himself  attacked  by  tho  blacks, and  has to battle six of tho blood-madden-'  ed savages.  Jane and tho others find Clayton  hiding near tho beach. He persuades  them not to wait for Tarzan, declaring  that ho .witnessed the ape-nian't* death  at the hands of tho cannibals a few  moments previously. So with heavy  ije.su-U-. tlio party m-uk* away.  Tarzan is reficun-d in the meanwhile  by  hi:*  friend. Tan tor.  the  huge  ele-  [ihunt, aud ai-i-ives at the bench on his  lack as tho ship diHappeai-H on the horizon. Determined to follow, Tnv/nn  Hwims to au island ininnion, a few mile  down the coast, whore ho is cared for  by a benevolent, priest.  A   fe.w   wvelv-i  later Tarzan   'lee-i   a  '     ���������   r       ,    ,           '       ,.,      1      *   '    *, ,   *           ���������   A    '         ,   4 1. .������������������   ?.   I   ,,,,1   1  y..It.Iti   .   .   I,, i. ...I   .    r.J'j* l   ..������������������!,, '���������>-  nnd swimming out to it. finds a berth  aboard. The- -idif-oucr finally touches  at n California port, and Tar/.nn for  the fi'.-iit time in his life is thrown into  the maelstrom of u big city. After a  brief experience lie nt likes for the open  ���������ronnt.ry, win ire he fi-els more at. home.  The palatial r-incho of the Part ers is  located in the (Jaiiloriiia mountains  along  the very trail   that, Tar/an   sets  ton"  TOISE  Wynndel, B*C>  Full line of  White Canvas  Shoes  with rubber soles  Ladies' Hose  Men's Sox  Shirts ������ Overalls  SOFT DRINKS  Two Per Cent. Beer  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records -will be granted covering only  lanrl   c..*.<������^v.**r?-.  0q���������  UTicUltUI-al  r������1*rT?Oi?*^  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership* pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may.  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective^  claims. ,%  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  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 has made proportionate improvements, he*" may, because of ill-health, or other.cause, be'  granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  records without permanent residence "may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. -*ti  Pre-emptor' holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in .conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements mado  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as honicsKcs;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  Por grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 6*10 acres may bo  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is nmdo.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  ���������a*  ACT.  Thin is the drat question that jTi-eKentft itself  to the hoiiHOwife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. Bnt why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  .,,.,. ..l..r.. >,,,        -*  n        ),,,        \vi\l\  here. In meatH nothing  quite equals 'Shaint-oek'  product.*-".  j*i g j"*^,  CdkD  Ni*--*.  Bi-a  lll.e   .....tt  ������j  4,111.   111 It III,       X    ,tll,    A    til  t,  joui.    arrived    innim   i'miti    Slu-ii*    iiiiikJJ  ���������l Juuun  j    .,ui*'i->!,   una     .  irw. i ij    .... i  I     ...  o. pet   \ui  vxj    w th t *)   *~*y*t  Tho "-"-ope of this Act io enlarged to  Include all persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho  timo within which the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for ono year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until ono  ycuir after tho conclusion of tho present  war. Tills privilege is also matle������ retroactive. 0  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded nftor Juno 26, 1918.  Taxes are remitted for five ycars.  l'rov'sion for return of moneys accrued, duo and been paid since August  4, 1014, on account of payments, foes  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Intoreft on nirrecmenti* to purohuso  town or city lots held by members of  Allied ForccH, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from en-  1l������tr������>'-.nt  to v***-���������*���������*-���������������!  "-I, V...0.  SUB-PURCHASERS   OF  CROWN  ^ LANDS.  Provision mado for lonuanco of  Crown grants to siib-purchnjiern of  Crown   ldttn-tt.   acquiring   rights   from  J.U. >-'.l���������.*-. ^      \..*.u      ...Irwii lo ������JUU<lllcU������  purchiuic, Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchaso, interest nnd tnxou. Whero sub-purchas-  eni do not claim whole of original nar-  oul, i>urchiu������o i>rico duo and tunc:, inuy  ,    . *,. ,~tt  ..,,. V         .1 .   .     ������  wholo   ar-uu.       Applications   must   bo  mado by Iilay i,  vj-O.  QRA2INQ.  Gracing Act. 1D10. for uystcmatio  dovebloiiniuht of llveiitoek IneluMry pro-  vld-fii fer irrrtTl-ng eUntrlo*.i and ranjrc  admlnliitrntlon unele-r Oommlnrilonor.  Annual gruiln-r pi^rmlts lMHiiAe-1 Imh/><1  on numbuni nunrod: priority for cstub-  !!������hcd fi-.vrn.-.**.". '.'A-,A- u:\-i\xi-.i I...J/  form Atinoclationa for remgo inaiiuuu-  m<*nt.    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United States are used in Canada and
England, but especially in Canada, to
arouse a feeling of hostility in this
country towards Americana. Full
use Is made of the discount on English and Canadian money. Retaliatory
action is urged against Hearst and
other American interests. A policy
of nagging and pin-pricking vis being
encouraged on both sides of the international boundary, not for the advantage of Canada or the advantage
of the United States, but in order to  gt;Vg did -n the S{juth
benefit Germany, the enemy of both
Canada and the United States
In these days of almost universal
Unrest, words of advice and warning
are so frequently uttered and --vrittcn
that there is grave danger of the pub-
He ear becoi ling dulled, and thc eld
fable repeating itself, and the cry of
"wolf, wolf" so often sounded being
disregarded when actual danger is im-
XLXXXLLrLXX.
Nevertheless, at the risk of but ad-
d:ng to the alarms given, the writer
of this column ventures to declare
without equivocation of any kind that
danger is threatening Canada, the British Empire, the United States, and,
through these great English-speaking
nations, is threatening the world.
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. With a firm friendship cemented between Great Britain and the United
States, it wouid, in the final analysis,
matter little whether the League of
Nations became a permanent institution or not, because united they can
maintain the peace of the world; divided and suspicious of one another, no
League of Nations could be effective.
Upon Canada devolves an enormous
responsibility. A former member of
the Lloyd George Government said to
the writer that great as had been Canada's contribution to victory in the war
and glorious as was the position this
Dominion had won for itself among
the nations, its recent achievements
and glory were small indeed compared with the opportunity for world ser-
Greai Britain Claims Nothing More
In Ireland Than The United
States Did In the South
When Mr. Lioyd George said in the
House of Commons that De Valera is
putting forward in this country "the
same claim in exactly the same language as Jefferson    Davis   did"   and
that   Great   Britain    claims    nothing
more   in    Ireland   than    the   United
and will
stand for nothing less," he made a
proper response to the Senate's recent meddlesome resolution in favor
of the Sinn Fein ers. It has never
been difficult to put Congress on record" in support of the schemes of
insurrection, secession and independence on the part of other peoples, but i m
for some reason or another such doc- '
trines as applied to ourselves are always passionately resented. ��� New
York World.
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engineered throughout the English-
speaking world, but more especially
in the United States, to create and develop a feeling of antagonism, of suspicion, of hate, between the people of
the United States and the peop'e of
the British Empire. And because Canada is British,    and    the    next    door
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said, was in fact, the hostage for the
future peace of the world. Situated,
as this country is, a loyal and proud
British Dominion, alongside the great
English-speaking repuglic, its people
tinr! is **v **heir "ov/cr to brin** about
a unity in sentiment between the United States and the British Empire
which alone could make permanent
world peace possible. On the other
hand, Canadians had it equally in
their power, by unwise and ill-considered action and the development of
an an ti-American sentiment to do irretrievable injury to a concord between
the Empire and the Republic.
Canadians should be on their guard.
Thcy should not be led astray by the
political scheming, and the pro-German propaganda, across the line. This
twisting of the Lion's tail does not
meet with the approval of the sound
commonsense of the American people.
It is tne wotk Oi s. noisy minority.
Canadians can afford to treat it with
contempt. Don't take it seriously;
don't retaliate in kind. Just laugh at
it, and keep on striving to create an
eternal friendship between the two
great branches of the English-speaking family.
What He Swept
Master. ��� Haven't you swept the
shop out yet, John?
Boy.���No sir.
Master.���Then what on earth have
you been doing.
Boy.���Sweeping the dust out, sir!
faint and Dizzy Spells.
Weakness and
Shortness of Breath.
Stone is being left unturned to arouse
an anti-American sentiment among
people in this Dominion.
Traced-to its course, this propaganda is the work of Germans and German sympathizers. Make no mistake
about it. And the writer would say,
as a writer in McLean's magazine said
recently: "Canadians, don't fall for it."
Ignominously defeated in the Great
War; all her colonies lost to her, and
with loss of territory in Europe; her
shipping in the hands of her former
enemies; her world trade destroyed;
her money at a ruinous discount
throughout the world; burdened with
an enormous debt, and with discontent and rebellion seething at home,
Germany is striving almost until desperation to retrieve in piece what she The healthy child sleeps well and
lost in war.    Unless she can  do so;   during    its    waking    hours   is    never
HEALTHY CHILDREN
ALWAYS SLEEP WELL
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smothering sensations, weak, sinking,
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Her Vote
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General McCready, adds the Mail, was instructed  to inaugurate a new policy of concii  iation and was given a free hand  other words, he was to supersede the  existing heads of the government in  Ireland.  When General McCready arrived in  Dublin, he ordered the release of the  prisoners after an exchange of wireless messages with Premier Lloyd  George, who was on his way to San  Rerao, according to the Daily Mail.  Inasmuch as General McCready reversed the policy or which Viscount  IV������������������A������-*"���������* t- -x      xr-**\ 0t      ������������������A/'-rVA'rtr-tKiA 4-s-, ax      m.���������**..*%*.*-*xx  ~~ 1V.-.IVU      vr eo.j     x \~~-fJ\~'xx-7X-~'x\-f     ~.-.i\~     v i\.*wi ixJ y m  the paper believes, wishes a clear definition as to whether he or General  McCready is the chief power in Ire-  I-n-M^I ���������������%*-������ W mxx*.xw *%^x xxx /*"*���������. 4**/"\ T *>*x f\ fXxX 4-S\ -mx���������  -ACtai Mt    CfclXVJk    j-XXX-x-H     4m,\~tXXm\m     W-T    J~ml\~*xx\Xx~iXX     \.XM        *.xx =  quire.  "The answer," continues the Mail,  "may lead to his resignation���������a contingency for which the Premier possibly planned. Names of his possible  successors arc being discussed in the  lobbies of parliament, the.favorite being the Earl of Granard, although he  is a Catholic and a special act of parliament would be necessary to enable  him to act as viceroy."  The Mail assumes from Mr. Bonar  Law's speeches that he was not in-  formecLof the decision for the release  of the prisoners and says that the peculiarity of his position is being discussed in nolitica! circles.  extxtx     JfOr     xrt~x     jK.eaauu     uciuiauy  Should Remain Solid  Geneva.���������The Munich Post, a socialist organ, has created a sensation  in Bavaria by publishing the report  of a secret meeting of the Bavarian  Junker Party, which was attended by  most of the military officers. The  meeting was presided over by Herr  Von Schoch, president of the Patriotic League. The principle questions  discussed related to the division of  Germany into two ports and the proposed overtures to be made to France  to join in an attack upon Prussia.  Captain Berthold, says the Munich  Post, objected to the proposals, say-  "~. ing that the' Bavarian generals would  n suffer the fate of Admiral Kolchak  and General Denikine, the Russian  anti-Bolsheviki leaders. He added  that another war with France was inevitable in the near future and for that  reason Germany should remain solid.  Several officers and politicians supported thc view.  Land for Irish Soldiers  Who Volunteered For Service At The  Front in 1918  ~Dubiin.-*-*-Government     officials are  ncgejuatms   **Ji    a.,\j\ju   xn-tc-s      til      Idnu  which will be apportioned among  Irishmen who volunteered for service  at the front in 1918. Viscount Field-  Marshal French, lord-lientenant of  Ireland, promised in 1918 that land  would be given to those who joined  the colors,, and in 1919 parliament  passed a bill carrying the lord-lieutenant's promise into effect. To the  present, however, Only 71 men who  took advantage of the offer, have been  provided with homes.  The only land that can be taken  under the law is that which is. not  subject to tenancies and it may be  taken from landlords under compulsion. Recent governments have followed the policy of relieving conges-  Protest Against Transfer tion by distributing of land among  Kingston, Ont. ��������� Thc Kingston, small tenants, and these men are be-  branch of the Army and Navy Veter- ginning to display apprehension lest  ans has passed a resolution protecting their claims be postponed, preference,  against the transfering of guards fro.n being given thosc soldiers. Four  the Edmonton penitentiary which is thousand applications for holdings  being closed up, to the Portsmouth (have been filed, and nearly six thou-  penitentiary here.                                      jsand soldiers have asked for cottages.  r  ^3-s^miat-jartSxjJXXzrsst^i^-SJ^t^iitSimiisxi  It's Beautiful  "W T^"**^ buying  W silverplate,  women of good judgment insist on tlie  best quality for thek  money.  23WJ  The Silverplate  Wm. Rogers and his  Son, in patterns of enduring beauty, is "The  Best at the Price'^ and  bears a reputation or ii uy  years* standing for hign  craftsmanship and scrupulous standards.  ~7ti~ JTitVm.ftxxl. sf  '-WiltiCLrn Roger** md m������ ������*>-**  M-ut* taxi -tr-umnt-'i'J .f  WT.J. ROGERS MFG. CO.. LTD.  |-jMm/MM XmLId, V-..1.  m***-*-**w*,^^  Prisoners   Say   That   Their   Worst  Hardship Was Uncomfortable  Beds  Dublin.���������It was officially announced  that it is not intended to release all  of the hunger strikers in Mount Joy  prison unconditionally,   but   that   an  order has been issued that those requiring uiSuiCa' treatment outsiue the  prison will be released on parole for  periods to be specified in the case of  Annl^       .m J....rl..n I       l^..       X\, r.       0x ~. r. r\ .��������� ^rxrxlrx..  wcr.Cn   iiiuiviuudf    xiy    iILC    ljlloljll   uullui.  After only four of the prisoners o*  had been removed from Mount Joy  prison, the government intervened  with the .conditions pertaining to the  reincarceration of the hunger strikers  after hospital treatment.  The prisoners refused the new  terms. When a danger arose that  there would be a refusal of further  departure from the prison by the  hunger strikers, the lord mayor again  visited the vice-regal lodge with a  view to having the order rescinded.  The lord mayor stated on his return that the prisoners would be released unconditionally.  The prisoners had refused to accept  the stipulation on the ground that it  was a re-application of the "cat and  mouse" policy.  The release of the prisoners announced at five o-clock in the afternoon is regarded as a complete triumph for the hunger strikers and its  ally, the general strike. It became  known early that Viscount French  had summoned the lord mayor, and  that it was then only a question of  terms. ' ~  It is not definitely known what the  terms are, and for some days there  may be contradictory statements regarding them, the trade unionists,  however, have no doubt which side  had won, and immediately called off  the general strike, to the great relief  of the citizens.  The prison board also received an  order that henceforth itnder the. Defence of the Realm Act, prisoners  should receive ameliorative treatment  from the date of their arrest until  their trial for a specific offence.  The visit to Dublin of James Henry  Thomas, general secretary of the  National Union of Railwaymen and  Labor member of parliament for Derby, is regarded as having had some  share in the decision for the release  of some of the men.  It is said that an attempt was to  have been made to bring about a  strike in England in support of thc  Irish cause. Mr. Thomas made a  speech from a window of the labor  executive offices endorsing the action  of the hunger strikers.  ., The absence of military from the  streets was conspicuous. There  were no tanks or armored cars posted at the jail, and the barbed wire  barricades had been removed. The  Irish volunteers resumed charge of  maintains order outside thc prison  and were implicitly obeyed.  The released prisoners in thc Mater  Misericordia hospital say that the  prison staff and ordinary officers at  Mount Joy were kind in their treatment of them; their worst hardship  was uncomfortable beds. Thcy were  indignant at two proposals made to  them by the authorities, which implied  that certain of thc men should desert  thcir colleagues. Thcir attitude was  "all or none."  awa  -%j  Snttt-t-cte llm-x-t. ^fatae  v*������������a.v*a  wni*&-i<a  J    Ottawa.��������� Addressing members  of  jthe Empire Parliamentary Association  T������fw r>Qn<!i<l:i<aini  Pl*an.at a dinner in the Rideau Club, Col.  iry unasian nan Grant Mordenj a member of the Brit.  ish House of Commons, declared that  . the idea that Canada, having become  ,a nation within the British    Empire,  Boston.���������In a speech delivered at a I was strong enough to stand alone was  luncheon here,  Major-General  Wood|not only a fallacious, but a dangerous  ���������ET.-...J .  xxtxyjit^  ii   iuvvaugceiiuH  A Strike Is Permitted  ���������5> _ P^   JDC1U1C  dealt with the strike situation. Refer  ring to the Canadian plan of "having  an investigation before a strike is permitted," he said: "In this way, Canada  has built up a sound public opinion.  We have not built up any public opinion here. We do not get the facts  concerning strikes. Thc coal strike  in Kansas, for instance, was a strike  for longer working hours. The men  were allowed to work only   eighteen  view. Other speakers during the evening were Senator Foster and Hon-*  MacKenzie King.  Col. Morden scouted the idea that  Britain had been ruined by the war.  It was true he said, that Britain had  a debt of eight billion pounds, but  more than ninety per cent, of this  was an internal debt and the balance  was more than doubly covered by the  loans made  the aiiies.    The.country  hours a week because there were no  was exceedingly poor after the    Na-  cars to move the coal and no^ place poleonic wars, as compared with to-  gy coUid not j day.  hours' work a week  e-u   bLuxc   tne  COai,   End  live on eighteen  That happens to have been the inside  fact in that strike, yet nobody knew  anything about it. The steel strike  was something quite different; and so  with *h-<'** *���������������������������*-1**3"0 c.*i"i"iTLrr. *i*t*������ "\Ar"*-������*������*-*i* "Ve ir^^ni*3.  We want to build up a sound public  opinion here. Public opinion rules in  this countr-v."  May Break Relations  Russian Soviet and Poland Unable To  . Reaeh Agreement  Warsaw.���������In rejecting further discussions regarding tiorisov, on the  Bernesiua river northeast of Minsk, as  the place for the proposed peace negotiations of Poland and Russia, the  Russian Soviet government has sent  a wireless message saying it considered the last note of the Poles in the  nature of an ultimatum. "We are now  standing face to face "with the sad eventuality of breaking with Poland owing to the failure to agree "upon'tlie  locality," the message says:  It reiterates that the Bolsheviki  are ready to accept any neutral town  and suggests the possibility of holding the peace conference in Paris or  London. The message concludes by  saying that Russia's only alternative  has been to address England, America and France.  It is expected here that the entente  note to Poland on the subject will be  made public in a few days.  Colonel Morden paid a tribute to  Lloyd George, who had proved himself a leader enabling Britain to win  the war, and who was now showing  himself a great statesman and master of reconstruction.  Co-operation and combination was  being applied in industry in Britain  with success. This might apply as  well to the politics of the empire at  large. If the capital and experience  of the motherland could be combined  with the resources of the overseas  dominions, then there was a bright  future in sight for all parts of the  empire. The empire would be able  to rnaintam her position as first in  the world. Canada^ had the resources  and if they were wisely developed,  Col. Morden would not be surprised,  he said, to see this Dominion and Ottawa, in many senses at least, the capital of the empire. A good government, which would protect the interests of all classes, was a necessity to  induce people to come to Canada, and  people were needed as well as capital  to develop resources.  The "silken thread of sentiment"  binding the Empire should be reinforced by the "golden chains of commerce.  Nominate Convicted Leaders  Quebec Wants More Revenue  Quebec.���������In an effort to find more  revenue to foot the city's growing expenditures, the- Quebec city council la  considering various plans of taxation.  It is proposed -to levy a 15 per cent.  tax on all business enterprises and also to pad the property valuation so as  to raise by a couple of millions the-  revenues of the administration.  Labor Party Decided In    Favor Of  Men Who Figured In  Sedition Charges  Winnipeg.���������Annulling  thc  nominations made a fortnight ago, thc Winnipeg Branch of the Dominion Labor  Party, at a meeting   in    the    Labor  Temple, decided in favor of the    ten  men who had figured in thc sedition  charges being nominated for the Winnipeg seats at thc provincial elections  in July.  These men are R. B. Russels,  Rev. Wm. Ivens, Aid. John Queen, W.  A. Pritchard, R. J. Johns, George  Armstrong and R. E. Bray, who were  convicted; John Farncll, who was imprisoned for seditious utterances; F.  J. Di-xon, M.L.A., who was charged  with seditious libel and was acquitted,  and J. S. Woodvvorlh, who is facing  a similar charge.  They will not all bc thc nominees  of the Labor Party, however, as it  was decided to confer with other  working class organizations, such as  Opium Sent As Eggs  Calgary. ��������� Twenty tins of opium,  valued at $2,000 were seized by polica  here. The opium was sent from Montreal to a local Chinese firm and was  secreted in a case of eggs. The police are trying to locate the owner.  To Eliminate French language  /   ���������  Orange Delegation Presented Petition  To Nova Scotia Council  Halifax. ��������� A delegation from the  Grand Orange Lodge appeared before  the council of public instruction nnd  presented n petition pointing out that  the French language had no official  status in Nova Scotia and asking that  ��������� ���������*��������������� -t ��������� ��������� ��������� " "*"* "   " *��������� ��������� ��������� "Til ���������**. ts%m*\i i~-        -mt ���������  m. t-t ��������������������������������� m.Tm m. t* ��������������� w,        *yi **0 -*~ m*        ������������.r  it be absolutely eliminated, either an|the Socialist party, the Social-Democ-  a medium of study or instruction in  primary grades.  The delegation also expressed  disapproval of thc present  school systcm.  The council  replied that thc matter will bc considered.  Was Tortured for  Nearly Two Years  THEN     MRS.     McNEIL     USED  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  its  separate  T.llbrtn.- T������r<,i������Hr.������nf"'   *--v-nr\nr   ^..0-0.  wounded    w1t-**������i    three    bombr.    were  thrown into a crowd during a demou-  *"tir* 0-rt,..., ������������������-.-,,, .1 . \x 0. T"i*-~ r-.-. | r*1 ���������" r-r. ��������� r-r' -",.-./!  ...LlV      tlxx. mjf ,      w-i.W      -.!.--       .���������.-    xlLJ .^..y.. ~        ~l.x.  Ex-sailors' party, with a view to these  organizations naming their own particular candidates. The Labor party  will confine its nominees to tho^t: cf  the men who arc members of the party, lvcno,    Woodworth and Dixon.  mm. '**"������������������.������������������������������ mm fm\ m 4        X  dix A* 4 V, ������. J -Lr-*Xk-.\m~      Sti*       *_**---'��������� ���������*-,��������������������������� V -* * s.    ������*���������*.-*,>  Retina, Sa-ilc.-*-A uurvey ^. xj.^.y..^-. nry  chewan by the provincial fcovernmrnt  ���������traitor, here in a protest against thC,at thc cat of thc Nationai iU3ti,  high cost of foodstuffs.     Two syndi-:tm.on for t,,c ,lHn(1 revca|fl tnerr arf.  rate workmen were arrested.    During ;���������. bUml ua iu Saskatchewan,  lhc    ot'iion'-tr'Uion  cabinet i-iinKslcr-,  niadv- -"''pct'-chc-; in rc^iiuii-uu to the yc- I * '*'  clanialions of the crowd.  W.  X.      11.  n\  Nova Scotian Suffering From Rheumatism Tells of the Benefit She Got  Through Us>ing Dou-I'ii Kidney Pilla  Hillsborough,   N.S.,   April   19th. ���������  (Special).���������"For  nearly   two   years  I  suffered   the    tortures of rheumatism  and could get nothing to relieve me.  At last I thought of Dodd's Kidney  Pills and commenced to take them.  "Before I had used two boxes I felt  better. I have been using them for  nearly six months and feci ever to  much better. 1 will continue to vs%~  them until my rheumatism is gone.'  Mrs. James McNeill, who lives  here, makes the above state ment. Slid  feels that she owes it to other sufferers from rheumatism to tell them how  she iouiui relict irom her biniciiiiK.  She is always ready to cay a good  word for Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Other sufferr-Tr-*!    from    rheumntl-'im  . I tn*.   nf   rc:-i������i������i   rrlie-'vrd   ant,   hrnlth   t������-  ���������r c    i    ������   | sto**cd iiieuuKii ihe uhc oi Uuuu'm Kiu-  OI  bafik.-it-,nrv   |>n;^      Thry   ;u I   directly  on   tho  !ci<mcys. They str-p-ngtlien the lid-  ncyfl and put them in bhapi- to ������train  the uric acid out of tlie blood. Uri������  acid crystallia-im; in thc uiu-rdciumi-  rr. th������- painft known an rheumatism.  A:*k your neighbor if Dodd's Kidney tills do not heal in id kvircuusiicst  th-*   kielr-cyf,.  ���������nB^^  |-*'*������i������*e������il''***r**M*ilWiW  ������i  mm.4-smmm*Mm.mmmm  ii������mi0m0mm������m'iiimmimtmiirimti^^ ���������tfrT,--^'-'--'-*-"-"'-^  ���������L\fr  :t*he; ;.csfcES*dit be view  Local and Personal  (J. B. Garland was a business yisitor  at Nelson on Tuesday.  Duck Eggs���������Foi* setting,   Si  for 9  *jggs.    C Kelsey, Erickson.  Birth���������On April 22nd, to  Mr. and  Piitevman, West Creston, n son.  Spray Barrels For Salk���������A few  empiies.    W. V. Jackson, Creston.  For Sale���������Eight young pigs, six  weeks old. $.) and $10 each. R. Stewart, Creston. -   .  Canaries���������Two hen  \l -..cr       T      Ti  canarv   birds  \ fo       tr\,.xtxrS 4-rr,  ���������Savv w orl tt  Vir't.ni-iD  Jt0.tr.4^4X.X. J  ,     .    .xrtl.l0.tM  For Sale���������Limited quantity of  strawberry plants. Monrad Wigen,  Wynndel, B.C.  Mrs. Lidgate got back on Thursday  last.from a two week's holiday with  Nelson friends.  : R. B. Staples left on Snnday on a  business tr;p to Calgary' and other  prairie centres.  Cow For Sale���������Giving nice flow of  milk. Set* her for yourself, Embree's  G i rage, Creston.  For Sale���������Portable hen house 8x6  feet.    Mrs. Forward.  Mrs. J. R. Bohlae and children were  Spokane visitors a couple of days tin-  latter pa-Kt otthe week.  Lost���������two keys for safety deposit  compartment. Reward. Leave at  Review OSie^TCreston.  For Sale���������Registered pedigree Jersey heifer, 18 months" old, not bred.  $100.    A. North Sirdar.  Mr*. W. S. Tronibley of Sibbald,  Alta., is spending a few days with old  friends in Creston this week.  There will be the usual services at  the usual houfs in Holy Cross Church,  Creston   on Sunday  Mav Pth.  For Sale���������Furniture and all household nffpcts. by private sale. Mrs. J.  R. Bohlae, Fourth St., Creston.  Miss Anna Anderson of The Review  staff was a Nelson viator a couple of  days the early part of the week.  Jim Cameron of Cranbrook was a  week-end visitor here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cameron.  Miss E. Iryine of Vancouver arrived  on Friday, and will spend a few weeks  visit with her sister, Mrs. Garland*  Ford Car e.or Sale���������1017 model, in j- "Chippy" Hill of Montreal, arrived  first-class shape. L. Hussack, Canyon j on Tuesday, and is making an inspec  City (Erickson P.O.) j tion of his iron '-bums at Kitchener.  Mr. and Mrs. Peijcy Truscott extend  (heir thanks to the charivari party  for the handsome present received  from them.  i eiephone Kates  Eggs For Hatching���������Rose Comb  Rhode Island Reds, $1.50 for setting  of 15 eggs.    W. V. Jackson, Creston.  Vic. Mawson i* spending a few days  with Nelson friends this week, combining pleasure with having some nental  work attended to.  Owine to tlie increased cost of  operation and maintenance the  Creston Power, Light & Telephone  Company, Limited, are increasing  their rates to the "following schedule, to take effect May 1, 1920.  Banks--���������'*- $5.00 per month.  J. A-tjytz-tr, --���������     .... yJ\J  Stores  5.00  * Garages  4.00  Offices  4-00 "  Residences  2 75  Installations-��������� 3.00  10% will be added to these rates  if not piad when due.  All previous rates, privileges,  concessions, etc, are hereby cancelled.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT  & TELEPHONE CO., Ltd.  Miss Severoicl of Eethbridge, Alta.,  arrived last* week, and will take  charge of the millinery department of  Mrs. Bruce's store.  Mrs. Conn of Vernon, who has been  a visitor the past month with her  daughter. Mrs. Oatway, left on Sunday for Edmonton.  '*Dad" Baines has been secured as  janitor for the public- school for the  balance of R. Boadway's year, which  expires at the end of June.  Eggs For Hatching���������Purebred Orpingtons aiid Barred Rocks. $1.25 for  setting of 15. Forest Stream Orchards,  Wynndel.    Telephone alright.  Wanted���������School girl of reliable age  to take charge of two small children  two or three afternoons a week. Apply  Mrs. F. E. Love-lav, Creston.  The C.P.R. has this week unloaded  three cars of poles in the yard here,  which will be used for a new telegraph  pole line from Canyon to Wynndel.  Bulk.Seeds ! Emerald green lawn  grass seed, white Dutch clover. Golden ��������� Bantam and White Cory Corn.'  Dutch setts 35c. lb.    Mawson Bros.  Leslie McMurtrie is the latest addition to the auto owing fraternity, having last week purchased the Chevrolet  from Surveyor Rice, who has left for  the coast.  For Sale���������Heavy work horse,  weight 1700 now, fair condition, six  years old, intelligent, quiet, good puller, well proportioned, price $225. R.  Lamont, Creston.  The Mission Band birthday party on  Saturday afternoon, May 15th, will be  in the Parish Hall, at 3 o'clock, with  an admission fee of one cent for every  year you are old.  The/S-tlvation Army officers of Cranbrook and Nelson will conduct a "salvation, meeting in Mercantile Hall every  Thursday night at 8.30. and cordially  invite all to attend.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  will hold a Country Fair in the Parish  Hall on May 24th at 2.30 p.m., to be  followed by a whist drive at 8 30 and a  dance from 11 to 2 a.m.  Geo, Broderick, who since leaving  here about two years ago has been at  lumbering operations at Dome Creek  on the G.T.P., arrived tn Wednesday  on a brief business trip.  The Bedry residence on Park Koad,  next H. Christie's, has just been sold  to M. P. Molander of Kitchener. Mr.  Bedry is at present in charge of the  section crew at the Loop.  R. E. Greenwood, who has been  junior on the Bank of Commerce staff,  for the past three months, left on  Saturday for Greenwood, to which  point he has been transferred.  J ona-  Miss M. McLean of Vancouver, was  a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. P.  R. Truscott, en route to Manyberries,  Alta., where shi������ has taken a school.  She taught at Canyon City about  three years ago, since when she has  been at the university at Vancouver.  The May meeting of Creston Board  of Trade is called for Tuesday night,  and as there are seves-al important  committee reports to deal with as  well as to arrange for delegates to the  East Kootenay boards' convention at  Windermere on the 28th, a large turnout is hoped for,  W. D. Montgomwy, a photographer,  well-known in Creston abont ten years  ago,,is renewing acquaintances in the.  Valley at present, following his old  line of business. He went oyerseas  with the first Canadian contingent in  1914, and was still in uniform when  peacd came at least four years later.  The directors and a few of the members of the Women's Institute who  are having the tea and sale of home  cooking to-morrow afternoon ������ire preparing for a large crowd. The' funds  raised are to defray expenses in connection with the JKootenay-Boundary  institutes' convention here in September,  Capt. A. Fitzgerald, a resident here  until early in 1914, and who upon the  declaration of war returned to England  to rejoin his regiment, got back last  week on a visit to old friends. His  service in France earned him rapid  promotion as he now holds therank of  Hev. J. Knox Wright of the Bible  Society was here on Friday and gave  a moving picture lecture on South  America in the Presbyterian church in  the eyening. As the posters announcing the meeting-were only put up the  night before" the turnout was small.  He made his .usual collection tour of  the town next morhing. Last year  the society contributions at Creston  weie$20.  In the neighborhood of $ 15 was realized at the birthday tea under Christ  Church Ladies' Guild auspices at the  Mrs. W.S.Watson's home Friday afternoon lrst. The occasion was the hostesses' seventieth anniversary and -  there was a good turnout of friends to  extend felicitations under such auspicious circumstances. Mrs. Hayes  won the handsome filet crochet yoke  which was raffled during ihe afternoon.  The first full meeting of the joint  committees of the Creston, Canyon  and Wynndel locals of the United  Farmers and Creston Board of Trade  that is enquiring into municipilization  was held on Tuesday night when con-"  siderable progress was made. Messrs.  Spencer, Bathie and Cook wei*e named  a sub-committee to at once procure  copies or the Municipal Act, the last  revised assessment roll of tne Valley,  as well as the financial and other re-  other  rural   Esur.ieipalities**  puri/u  With this data carefully gotten together and sifted out it is expected the  committee will then be in a position  to present the case intelligently in all  general, as well as having"h*een award-' its details either for or against munici-  ed the D.S.O. pal organization.        v  GOOD FENCING  i* important, and this is the season when you are sure  to need some.    We carry a stock of the best makes and  can also satisfy you with  HARDWARE  Wc make a specialty of the best  makes for a variety of purposes.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  m. ./. norD  dTi  Company  Manager  \\ taefirriRS  M   W mW* H*** MMM ^#"   U H M M W *m0 ^M*  Happens  r    :ZZZZ. ^���������r-3?*:,  ./"���������A   r-V  Thai,   .-v.-.,   a  lira-class automo-  jjT ^SIHKBs^  ��������� Mi**   Ji'Mlllnvi   M.;|i'Ui iliK' * \..~*-ftf/-->-*'   -" W^-j  i 00mmmn*mm*m*mmmm0s i. ��������� ��������� mmt ������mr** ���������m^tmtxmmmmttmt-Wm.*'  ifeifc^^  \  Re-paii'M   In-*''- an*  trustworthy  lml, not -*yper*.���������'live-.  Zf^^^TIyZ^Z-P-y j  -- -^gj^-****^  tAriZ^ ��������� *.���������*/  jfmt*. -w������k mm j-m*. mxmgHx -a g  JW   m*. fstt   ���������m t*m        Mm    ffl      Wx      PM   Wn ""���������"������������������"'"i  ^W  !**��������� I** H* ^ | | IgMg  flWPIPl II w Pi PI PI PI1W  MMM Mr.au. Im.. .imi      M      M *#  M   Sm*  Lfor~ATfy c/?oc  XthKlf Hal*  W   W W      PI W   WW   PI X-W  W P,  ���������mtL,   ie****-   M-**-������ M    ~S-      Um������       M   mtttxmst,   -Wu-4  AO*m   tm  tarn,   an  ^imi  P|   P|    Jw*!    PI   PI     W"l    ���������   PI WI  Sm StX INt Iftt dlw HH  PJ    PP^SI    W     PI    M-mvmWt    Pi      PI   PI  .m-i   U      it*  M    M   M      ���������*   *W.'������*   M*���������  nioivc: ot  Apples Wanted���������600 cases  Xt         -1 Xl.. 1.     ..X    Ut*     l-jm.     OrUS  rx.t^rxr.  UllrnrlJ,    -UWI I1C****M.1*0   lldUt*.    4LV   *.X.,tJy    .J\J\J t-tx^yxi  small Jonathans at $1.25; also Spitz  and Wagners, domestic, at $1.75.  Jack H. Snoeck, Hillcrest. Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and family  have arrived from Kaslo to make their  home in Creston, an*cl are occupying  the R. Boadwav residence. Their son,  Ro$*, is working with F. Belanger.  A whist drive.'.and dance is on the  programme for to?night at the Peekin  theatre. Cards from 8.30 to 11 followed by lunch, and then a dance to Creston orchestra music. Gentlemen $1,  ladies 50c.  Geo. Hendren would appreciate very  much if the party who took the loan  of -jack from the front of his workshop  would return the same at once, as he  has a job in which he can use it to  advantage.  Lost���������On April 6th, either on  Fourth Street or between there and  K. Andrew ranch, kit bag containing  two umbrellas, parasol, and other  articles. Reward to party leaving same  at Review Office.  Those on the lookout for farm  equipment, cattle or horses, are reminded of the auction sale of the  property of Mrs. Geo. Broderick which  is billed for Saturday, May 8, at the  McCreath barn.  Rey. Mr. McNabli of Calgary is announced to take thc services in tho  Presbyterian Church on Sunday at  the usual hours, and present arrange  ments are for him to occupy the pulpit  for the rest of May.  W. M. Archibald of Rossland, who  lately purchased the Hooper ranch  was horn a couple of days last week,  making arrangi'inents for getting on  with some of the improvements lie  plans making on the ranch.  If. Boadway takes this opportunity  to express tho thanks of himself nnd  family for tho many kindnesses shown  thorn in thoir recent bereavement, as  well as last week during their preparation h for moving from Creston.  It. Boadway and family loft on Saturday for Canora, Sask., where ho in-  londi) visiting for a couple of weeks,  and will locale if opportunity presents  itself, otherwise he will proceed to  Michigan to make a permanent homo.  Notices are going out-^thit-i week for  the annual meet ing of Creston Valley  Mtucle-hi-eedei'*-'' AHMfieiatiori, which will  i. . I,,.i.i    s-r,.., ,i ...      i. - 5*   --   ]~1*  at the Peekin theatre. (Urawing Com-  iiii-isie-iici- Mut-Kcn/ic is expected here  on that oeeui.iiin.  The May nie.-t ing of the WomenY.  Im-illl-ute be i eilleel fin* Friday afternoon next, the fi-utoreof which will  he a paper liy M**n, Dowiih on public  lu.ilili iii.it tei,,. :;.,ni.- ���������!.*. ir/Min will  iil-o he- ii'-i\i'i| nt. mm to whether to  i ,���������.������. i   .������,,..   i *. e  BANK BY MAiL.  "Your banking can be successfully done by  mail. Whenever it is difficult for you to  vOiue to ihe .bank in person, send in your  deposits by registered post. All moneys received will be credited to your account and  immediately acknowledged.  208  OF  CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. Wc ALLEN,  Manager.  REAM  I am handling the favorably-known Carlyle Dairy Ice  Cream, and can serve Sodas, Sundaes, &c.  Also Soft Drinks.  Give us a trial, and be a steady customer.  TEA ROOM in connection.  S. G. FOREMAN  NEXT REEK IN THEATRE  CRESTON  Mr  Ramsay's Scshool Bisouits, reg, per lb. 30c, at  $ .25  LARD, Swift's, re������. 3 lbs. for $1.40, for     1.30  MATCHES, Owl, reft. 40e.,at 35  Corn Flakes, refr 15o., at 3 for -���������      .40  Silver Label Lemon or Vanilla, rep;. $1.15, at 95  White Navy Beanfl, re#. .2 11)9. for 25c., at 10  KETCHUP-Clark'a Tomato Ketchup, re#. 30c.       .25  Don t l������iiss I hese  Judging by the steadily increasing demand there has  been right along for our Saturday Specials we are convinced that not only aro wo making attractive prices, bnt  are also offering lines that are most in demand.  Attractive and Jill us past offcringn may havc been  we believe the lines shown above make up a group of  .seasonable staples that it will pay you to stock up liber-  all v with. }*rir������f>s <m the������*r������ will not be**- lower for i*vi������iv>  timo, and a raise on some ol them is inevitable. Ah to  quality, they are the best.  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