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Vol.   XXV,
~ Come In And See Our
Large And Well Assorted Stock Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.
Many   kinds of Oil,  Tinware
and  Hardware
PHONE 28    ..X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
E Phpne 46      LEE & BRYAN      g
S~ --Canada Food Board License No. 8-6251   -     , 3
Laco Tungsten Lamps
15 to 60 Watt Lamps���50c cacti.
100 Watt Lamps���$L25 each.   ?'
60 Watts
100    -
200   ��
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/   -   .   2.00, �����-.
*   /   *    3,50 "
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
The WINDSOR HOTEL is heated with steam
and electricity. Fine sample rooms. A comfortable home for tourists and travellers. Touch the
wire if you want- rooms reserved. The buffet is
replete with cigars, cigarettes, cooling beverages,
buttermilk and ice-cream.
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish
and Poultry. Shops in.nearly all the
towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.
The development of the mineral deposits
throughout Canada is of paramount import- -
ance to the country.
There are many ways in which this Bank
can assistlniners. Call upon us and let us
explain what a complete banking service
means to you.
Greenwood Branch     L. E. Brawders, Manager
Before buying see me about
Motor tractors and complete line
of Farm implements
MIDWAY      -      -     B. C.
We Are Now Showing
Mens Fine Shbes.
Mens Work Boots
Mens Tennis Shoes
Boys Serviceable School
Mens Fine Hats and Caps
W. Elson 8 Co
..    Easy -Ternis
Mason & Hisch Pianos
Victor Gramophones
and Records
Mall orders promptly attended to
The. Singer Store
H. WEBER, Msrr-
' P 07 Box 152, Grand Forks, B.C.
Pool Room and First-Class
Barber Shop    ,
Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.
Ice-Cream Parlor in Connection
Come in Often
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors Garage in connection.
For Sai,b���Young pigs 6 to
8 weeks old/ Prices reasonable.
Apply Midway Ranch Ltd., Midway, B. C.
For Sale.���A Perfection A,
wire-stitching machine. Apply
to The Ledge.
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Get your job printing  at lhe
jLedge,  before  the paper is  all
gone.       * *
Old newspapers - for sale at
The Ledge office. Get some before they are all gone.
Charles Pnffpoff, Chicago, had
his wife in the court; ~of domestic
relations, because, as he said, Bhe
spent too much time puffing a pipe
and cigars and too little' .doing
I Around Home I
Nick Musso of Phoenix has
gone to Vancouver..
Al Harris and his bride have
returned to Stewart.
Jud Faulds is .visiting his
brother Jim in Nelson.
Pat Daly is mining in the
Portland Canal district.
At McElmon's. Waltham
Watches.    Boys Watches.
Alf Downey of the Forks, has
become a mounted policeman.
School supplies can now be obtained at Goodeve's  Drug  Store.
The C. P. R. section house at
Fisherman was burned last week.
Bobby Morris recently arrived'
in Boundary Falls  from France.
Oscar Lachmund was in town
on Monday en route to Beaverdell.
Mrs. Munro and daughter
Annie, are. visiting relatives in
In Phoenix 'last week, the
ground in front of- the' Granby
hotel cayed in.
We, have received another lot of
navy and light colored prints.
G. A. Rendell.
��� Bart Inghram, aud his son
Sherlock, are working in a sawmill at Nakusp. , . -
-_Full line of fishing tackle at
Goodeve's Drug store. The fishing'season is open.
Bob Clark, formerly of Grand
Forks, is now a resident of St.
Helena, California.
Dancing every Wednesday evening at Christina Lake Pavilion.
Refreshments-served. ���
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. ' Crane and
son, of Beaverdell, spent the
week-end in the city.
Fresh strawberries and other
fruits, and lettuce, "three times a
week.   G. A. Rendell,
The Granby store in Phoenix
is closing, and the goods are being shipped to Anyox.   '
��� Several miners tn Phoenix, are
moving their' families -to Grand
Forks and Greenwood.
Miss G. Lee, who has been attending college in Vancouver,
returned home on Monday,
Fresh killed beef and veal for
sale every Saturday, 20c upwards.
J. Meyer, Government street.
Lieut. Chas. Howse has returned to Nicola from overseas.
He enlisted in August, ,1914.
Miss Mary Vladoyano, of the
Bauk of Commerce staff, is on a
holiday in Trail and Spokane.
White canvas ladies oxfords,
white canvas girls slippers and
boys running shoes at Rendell's.
Rowland King was in town
on Monday. Rowland is a mining engineer and has an office in
__ D. J._Matheson,_formerly_mayor
of Phoenix, has decided to locate
in Stewart, and open a general
insurance agency.
This week many men haye
gone to Anyox from Phoenix and
Grand Forks, The Granby pays
their transportation.
Having removed the machinery
at the Lone Star mine, H; R.
Bidder will return to Copper
Mountain in a few days.
After being on the job for
nine years, George Swanlund has
resigned as watchman at the
Boundary Falls smelter.
James Cullins has started the
Cassiar News in Stewart. Along
with Percy Godenrath he ran a
paper in that town in 1910.
Royal Householdv Flour, made
by the Ogilvie Flour Mills company is the Standard for Canada.
Get a sack from G. A. Rendell.
The Phoenix brewery is loaded
with orders, but finds it almost
impossible to get bottles. This
firm does a big business in the
Mayor Gulley, G. A. Rendell,
R. Lee, A. J. Morrison, J. H.
Goodeve, George Boag and others
attended the Mining Convention
in Nelson last week.
W. J. Nelson came iu on Sunday, for the purpose of moving
his family to Kaslo. He is at
present conductor on the train
between Kaslo and Nakusp.  "
Hon. J. D. MacLean came in
on Sunday, and left on Wednesday for Victoria. It is his intention to return to Greenwood soon
as possible, and hold a public
meeting, in company with the
Hon. J. H. King.
A correspondent in Phoenix,
who does not sign his name to
his letter, wants to know the
amount of gold produced in the
Yukon during the past three
years. He can get all this information from the Minister ���of
Mines at Ottawa.
The Reco Deal
After an illness of several
months, Miss Elizabeth G. Mc-
Xean died at the residence of
Hugh McCutcheon, on June 20,
from cerebral hemorrhage. The
funeral services were held in the
Presbyterian church upon Sundav afternoon, and the remains,
accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
McCutcheon, were taken to Victoria for burial, which took place
yesterday. The deceased was
born near Pictou, N.S., and is
surviyed by a brother in Victoria,
and two sisters; Mrs. Hugh McCutcheon of Greenwood, and Mrs.
Creighton'of Ithaca, N.Y. Miss
McLean was a noted and active
worker in the Presbyterian
Church and Sunday School.
An  important mining deal wa
closed in the Slocan  a few  days
ago, whereby James Dunsmuir acquires  under lease and   bond  18
claims,  in addition  to   the eight
claims he owns in the Noble Five
group.     The properties   in question are the   Reco group   of   five
claims,  owned by  the Reco Mining Co.; the No.  1 group of five
claims,  owned  by Harris,   Kelly
aud Whittier, 'and the Harris &
Kelly group of eight   properties.
The price for the Reco  group is
8150,000, and 850,000 for each of
fehe other group s, making a total of
$250,000.   The terms are  $25,000
a year plus 20^per cent,  of fehe
smelter value of fehe ore mined.
Death of Miss McLean
Drove Too Fast
Adolph Jacobson, of  Phoenix,
while  driving his car, recently,
near Hedley, ran into a  girl  on���"Henry Sfeege,  formerly or New
horseback.. The, horse's leg was
broken and the girl was thrown
to the ground, but was uninjured.
It appears that, the car. did not
stop and after the police had been
notified they were able to locate
the driver and the car in Phoenix. Jacobson appeared "before
Ernest Waterman, J. P., in
Princeton last week, the defendant having entered "a plea of
guilty to the charge of neglecting
to report to the police after the
accident. A fine of $50 and costs
was imposed. Jacobson had already settled for the horse, which
had to be killed.
Al Right says when you hear a
fellow telling you that what the
country needs most is better roads
you may be sure he has jusfe
bought an automobile.
Mrs. Cuthbertson and children
will move this week, from the
Mother Lode to Copper Mountain. This will leave the camp
at the Mother Lode without a
single inhabitant.
Bob Robinson had -his goods
shipped to Moore, Idaho, where
he will open a shoe shop. He
could not find the rich mineral
deposit that he thought he saw
in Idaho 30 years ago.
The people of Greenwood have
suffered much inconvenience recently, owing to the slowness of
the government in making arrangements to carry the mail to
and trom the early morning
Make "Christina Lake for Dominion Day" your slogan. Start
now and make vour plans to picnic with the crowds at the Lake
on the first of July. Every facility
will be afforded picnickers;'meals
and refreshments available for
those without baskets. Boats for
trips on the lake. Dancing afternoon and evening; orchestra in
the evening.
Corporal John Finlay returned
from overseas on Sunday. He
was three years abroad, two. of
which he spent with a tunnelling
battalion in France. He was
never sick a day, and escaped
without a wound. John never
took a shot of booze, and says
lhat it is all hot air about rum
being necessarv or beneficial to
soldiers on or off the firing
in fine condition,
The Ledge is
advance.    When
three months  it
$2 a year in
not paid for
is $2.50,   and
IWestern Float!
July and August is the .-close
season for bears.
Dr. N. Fred Essig of SpokanQ
died fehis month.
Jim Schofield is one of Trail's
champion fisherman.
The Orangemen will celebrate in
Princeton on July 12.
Around Vernon fehe crows are
killing young chickens.
Afe Alice Siding fehe coyotes are
giving nightly concerts.
The tax rate is 36 mills in Kelowna, and 35 in Merritt.
Lasfe week fresh eggs were 55
cenfes a dozen in Cresfeoh.
Tom Devlin has. made his home
in Silverfeon for many years.
The electric light; company at
Pentincfcon has 601 consumers.
There is a movement on foot feo
establish a co-operafcive store in
Chippy Hill was in Nelson lasfe
week, shaking hands with, a thousand friends.
Since his return from France,
Ollie Harris has taken up a ranch
near Creston.
This year fehe apple crop in B.C.,
promises to be 50 per cent, greater
than last year.
Cream is being shipped from
Okanagan Falls, to the creamery
at Grand Forks. ' n
The demand for lumbpr is increasing in B. C, and the price
has been advanced.
This spring, 30.000 cutthroat
feroufc fry were put in the sfereamB
near North Vancouver.
Edward Vance died in North
Vanconver lasfe week. His son is
mayor of North Vancouver.  .
Last week in Nelson eome booze
was found in place. Even Jimmy
Grant picked up a little float.
S��m McCurdy, Art Smitheran,
and the Innis brothers have re
turned to Keremeos from France
 a line.
He knew many soldiers who did $14,000 - Jcrai   w U1�����.�� * uiwi
pot drink and they were always baggage car service between Hope
Denver, is running a store afe Finlay Forks; He is also "postmaster.
' Cherries are being canned at
Penticton., The cannery is paying
5�� cents a pound for Royal Anns.
Lieut. Ridgeway "Wilson is 6 ft
8 inches in height, and Was the
tallest man in fehe Canadian army.
H." Conconi of North Vancouver,
was fined $200 and costs for hav-
ing a moonshine sfeill in his possession.
Mr. Mahoney has held some
mining claims afe Whitewater fcr
27 years, but expects to sell fehem
fehis year.
It is reported thafe one woman in
B.C. has made $30,000 selling real
booze, since Prohibition became
The Leslie Hill ranch on O3oyoos
has been divided into 20-acre
feracts,_and_fehe irrigation- system
Ife only costs 5 cents to ride on
fehe street cars in Nelson, and the
conductors do nofe ask for your fare
in advance.
More than a million people in
the United States are addicted to
fehe use of drugs, and jjhe number
is increasing.
Former Prohibition Commissioner Findlay, is now serving a fewo
year sentence in the pen at New
Ife costs 13 cents a day, for the
fewo meals that the prisoners get in
the jail afe San Diego. Meat is
served twice a week.
D. St. ,Denis does the largest
house renting and real estate business in Nelson. He collects rent
for more than eighty houses.
W. R. Will is working fehe Ca-
���pella near New Denver. He eats
mush three times a day since he
obtained a divorce from his teeth.
Bob Mitchell is king of Bear
Lake in the Slocan. He keeps the
postoffice and has a fine garden.
He also has a pony and two male
Captain Peter S, Wilson died
last week in Kamloops, aged 64
years. , He had sfeeamboated in
B. C. for many years, and afe one
time was a captain on fehe Arrow
In referring to fehe recent Doukhobor invasion of Nelson, a. California paper says fehat thafe town is
in Manitoba. Nelson should do
more advertising abroad, for millions have never heard of that
beautiful cifey.
There will be no postal car between Midway   and   Hope.     At
present it costs   the  government
a year feo operate a mail
and Midway. II would cost $16,-
000 more if a postal car was run
between these fewo points, and the
feofeal revenue is only,  $15,000
No. 50
Mining News       *
Diamond drilling is being'carried
m at the Emma near Coltern.
The Franklin and Beaverdell
camps are. attracting much attention.
Al Falconer and Fred Griffin are
working the Copper Queen on the
Telkwa river.
The Queen Bess at Kamloops,
and tho Laurier, at Laurier,
Wash., are again shipping to Trail.
After running for about 20 years,
the Granby has closed its mines at
Phoenix, and its smelter afe Grand
A G ton boiler is being moved
from the Buckhorn mine 'near
Greenwood, to the Carmi mine afe
John B. White says that the
Silversmith at Sandon should earn
$25,000 a month "above operating
expenses. ,(.
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The last shipment of  280J tons"
from the Premier on  Salmon river
to fehe Tacoma smelter gave returns
of $101,000.     "'       -* .      - *
It is rumored that a concentrator may be built in the Boundary, to treat the millions of tons of
ore sfeill in the mines at Phoenix.
Through Harry Howson, the 49,.
iu the Salmon  River valley, was
recently bonded to O. F. Caldwell.
Sam Silverman is also interested in
the deal.
when paid at end of year it is $3. year from thafe portion of the line.
O. B. Bush of Stewart, has taken
a bond for $150,000, on the Moose
claims at Alice Arm. There'are
six claims in the group, and work
will begin next month.s
Alex* Smithy formerly ' of fehe"
Surpri6e,'-is now working fehe Ban-
nockburn, in the Upper Duncan
district.' He states thafe this property has the largest surface show;
ing in B. C.
There is a talk of building a railroad from Stewart to Hyden,
Alaska, thence up the Salmon
River valley, and back into the
mineralized zone on the Canadian'
side of the line.
The Consolidated of Trail has
closed a deal wifeh A. Grade of
Priuce Rupert for five claims on
Sibola mountain, aboufe 50 miles
fromJDeaa Channel, xThe amount-
is $250,000, and the first paymenfe
has been made.
- The Nelson Mining & Development Co. is beginning work on the
Nonpareil group in the Slocan.
These claims 'contain high-grade'-
silver ore. and are situated near
the Lucky Jim, not far from Bear
C. P. Hill of Montreal, better
known as "Chippy," expects feo
develop his East Kootenay galena
claims this summer. They are
situated on Rolfe mountain. Mr.
Hill is the founder of Porthill, and
is heavily interested in the coal
mines at Hillcrest, Alberta.
At fehe Mining Convention in
Nelson last week Greenwood was
awarded a special diploma for its
general exhibife of ores. The
Waterloo No. 2 took first prize for
silver, and fche Surprise No. 3 obtained second prize for copper*
The exhibife of ores from the Greenwood district were exceptionally
fine, and attracted great attention.
Some Tightwad
The highest point of meanness
was reached by a young farmer
who recently drove his lady love
into town on a day of a big celebration. A short distance from
where fehey were sitting in the
buggy fehere was a peannl stand.
The i'oang lady^feclaimed:
''Haven'fe those peannts a delicious
smell?" "Yes. fehey have," he
replied, "and I will drive you
closer, so thafe you can get & better
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| new "War-time Cookery" This |
| book contains recipes chosen ��j
|.by the Judges as the best and I
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A telephone should be installed and
j thus largely eliminate that feeling- of
j isolation, and bring the whole family
| circle into closer loach wilh friends
i a nil neighbors. A few good books,
j pictures, magazines and thc district
j newspaper will help to brighten the
; farm hemic,  while, if it is possible, a
Palace for the
Austrian Delegation
Boon to West
For Sale by all Dealers
j piano or musical record machine will j Douglas  &  Company,  Napanee, One,
[ provide the boys and girls with those ' ���_.-- ���....._;_._r:_ _.... yjr.y. :	
i pleasures at home which lend them to:
Contains a
the  cities
What's the Use
111 j    Judge: "The police say tliat you :md | times, to the
i your wife had some words.-' j Class-eoverct
Wonderful   Collection  of
Gallic Kclks
Paris, France.���lhc pal.i-i of t'l.in-
I cis  '[,  at  Saint fJGciiii.iiu-cn-!.,J.j e has
been prepared for the Austrian peace
delegation.      Used  as    a museum,  it
contains   'a wonderful    collection    ot
Gallic relics ranging from prehistoric
j New  Hudbon Bay Route Would Rc-
f i ^lucc Haul
OU.i\\.i.--.Mj. L I.. Boudtu, chief
unmeet uf. the Department of E nl- i
uiji. ,ui.d Canals, wl<) has . had ex-,
perience cd thc Hudson Bay and be-j
lieves in tlic. feasibilityof thc route,;
gave evidence, before thc special com- j
mit tec of the seriate, which is making!
j look  longingly   towai
order to enjoy.
j     In  a  word,  the   tanner, should   not!     Prisoner:   "I   had  some,  but  didn't j tabling    flint weapons,    bronzes, bau-
|overlook  every  opportunity  to   make! gr-t a chance to use them."--Puck.       Igles.-pottery aud  other priceless col- j might be added to-tlie navigation sea-}
, farm  life   attractive   to   his   boys  and:  ... ��� j tactions   have  been  removed .to.;, pro-' so�� !>i' establishing aid to navigation, i
j girls in order to inspire and encour-1 A...   I _ ^1 1   A_    A- !,.;
era of the Gallic, kings. > a general inquiry into the possibilities j
tables and    cases con-I of that region.,   He said it was pos-|
j sible    that the   wliolc of.-" November j,
ige th
em to remain on the land and
Are Looked On As
follow what is admittedly thc most in-;
dependent life anyone can lead in',
tlicsc times. And in liis effort to make'
the farm, and farm life, attractive, he,
will soon discover bv a little observa-;
ividc    space  for thc meetings of thefWirclcss. and aircraft; "'would  greatly
assist vessels in- keeping flear of ice
-\tistrian plenipotentiaries.
O'U   irifiu   i(nnflOS'     ft ��� \Va"s   planned   that   the   present;!   ,. ������������.-,
__ _ !liou o( tllrt tl-rni* ''N'oace- would oc- I   'Uncx's, however,  were -almost ���..pre-!
Dodd's   Kidnev" Pills'Have'  Earned!""-'"1   the-'most   beautiful  apartment | eluded: from . using    the route having.!
of,the old palace, which is located on ' regard to,icc, and from  the pomt_of
l the.  first' lloor  and   approached~bv   a
tion   that   he  has   the  greatest   of  all; Alberta   Lady   Who   Suffered   From | grru'ul staircase.
Their Popularity by Their Cures.
view of the- facilities at Port Nelson,!
li.'VV. Umett  lO,   Lt(l. tt  inducements iu a happy, comfortable
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Home Life on the Farm
the problem, now almost
recognized,   ot    checking
lu solvin
lhc  tendency
���move  lo  the
on the land, the farm home must
by fap'ihe most imi>ort.'iiit pari,
in tlic cities the right kind o\ a hornet
is  the  greatest    restraining  force,    iu'
i attractive home.    A little money and
I time spent ou dower seeds, trees and.
j shrubs  am!   their   care   will  pay   divi-i
deads  just   as   truly   as   that   spent   ou i
seed wheal.
Make tin:  farm  home attractive and;
the   bots   aud  girls   will   be   loath   t.n;
taavc.   it;     leave   it     unattractive,   and;
'���--'"' g in comfort aud those things!
.which give pleasure, aud they will be;
_ anxious "to gel away from il ami will!
.. i take. the. iirst available opp
loing so.
irtimity nt i ;i
of boys    ar.d    girls  to ������
cities ami keeping them j Concrete Car an Experiment
vc n 1 Final
Tollatid, Aha.. June 2nd. ���(Special.>
���'"I can recommend Dodd's Kidney
('ills to anyone who weeds a remedy tor sick kidneys." So says Mrs.
[���'red VVolters, .a well-known and
highly respected lady living here. Ami
Mrs. VVolr.er��> gives her reasons for
making  this statement.
"f suffered from kidney trouble for
ten ycars. f felt heavy and sleepy
after meals, f was always tired aud
nervous and I had a bitter taste in
i.v mouth, especially in tho mornings,
t- was often dizzy, my memory was
failing, and f was very irritable.
Stiffness in the joints, backache, head-.        .
ache,    and iinally    rheumatism    were.; distinct,    so  that  no    communication
added to my troubles.
he would only recommend that vessels of 7,500 tons carrying capacity
should He placed ou the route.
Larger  vessels  coll 1<I  not     be     accommodated iu tin; harbor.
He was    titrable    to say definitely
��� !.  ,i,..-;.' tilled with  remains ' whether tlic ante on grain ac.rossThc j
of   I'm:   mammoth-and Jjie   great   elk' Atlantic would    be   lowered    by    thej
that once roamed over0L'rau'ee.    Two ; Hudson   Pay   unite,  as   thc   csti.n Ues '
adjoining apartments were also clear- I were to pioblin Un il    ami    aUo   it,
ed ami a room'devoted |o the famous j v."ouUl he uUeih impos-udc to get 10)'
collection  of Gallic  poltery  was Used j 0l'  !?(-' \<><-"N u��  ihf   louti   ttultl  the,
govcrutncut  hid  thoioi'ghlv     demon- |
,., -  walls of which are'
Kidney Trouble  tor Ten Years Tsi      . . ,     ���., i   i    ��� ti
Ar        ,-. ..       r\   iv    \r- -,  ^   ! eml.i a;'.oued  wit     roval  tlevie.es.      the,
Now Recommending Doad s Kidney , . . .. - .
Pills to Her Friends. ; fireplaces   and   ceilings   or   the   apart-,
mem- ;ire also beautifully decorated, j
Tapestries were brought from the na- j
tional storehouse 'to cover the wall I
eases, whicli   were
as a cloak rooni. ������
Two   grou"ps   of   nearby   villas   were j
reipji'siiioned f<>r ihe Ausfriati !md the
lluiigarian delegates.    They arc quite;
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Keeping young people from driitiug toj"v
.Test    Can     Come     Only     In :     "'f.hually decided to try Dodd's Kid-
Service - uc-"'   '���'i'ksatid   1. took   two   boxes.     I
. ���found thcm satisfactory in every wav.
Mow  the  concrete ship  is lollowed.; |  (|o not think they can be excelled."
the concrete freight car. The con-1     Vou  will  notice that everyone who;
c... .,....<���. ,,]....^ .������i ,,.,ct,n-p< nr-v     ft I cre.tc car is. of-.-cotirsc still an cvperi- I rc.commends Dodd's  Kidney  Pills has1
.ai- aw *\ places and p.istuic.snci.   .11, .������.,.".       .,,   ',,.! tried    them    and  found  them    good.
ic Ui, f��iir,ci- ^���n.-'/.i-Mil ,-.( -ill itiflii..ni'f�� tiueiu. tor ttic tuiat test can come only : -i>i ���     i ,>        ,-. ���   ,   ,,,     , ,
is tte^ uiosi poy, ei tui or all inimciK.es, j -     Incvare recognized as old and tned ��� Would
and/nowhere   will  the  mthie.ucc  of  a!in  sci'vice, aud   t..->  become an   every-; fri0!;(i-; iu thousands of Canadian fain-:  ,
.^ood-atid comfortable home, atid rhej^y V'^rt of railway equipment it must; dies. Ask your neighbors about them
/v!���i:'   i-;.,,!  ,.,���  i,..��������� surroi'iidii'"<   be I Prove, in comparisoti witli a steel car. j 	
that   it  costs    less    to  build,   less 'to ' Kei^ll <)t" TdTor
strated iti it. i-lulitv I'i t\ itc oumi^
would ioI )id oi) Mm u \cs%cls b.toio
ife pointid out the \ ilitt ot thc client |
haul to Tlu Son 13a\ In uid iioui thc
coul.1 pass between the. two dcloga-; ^vsteni pii\miL��- is bn i>, ,1111111 ils
lioii.s of the toruier Dual   Empire! ; were    oJiiuuud        llu   .teat lo^-s of
������  .���-.'... ; weighly.ln   nil would lu   a\ oidt .1   and'
Germans Have Not     ' '   "  !u li:';' |JU'; l0��'"i/''^ *'" �����>-' p" |
r-,..        _.T      , . vessels in n>c   w.uht ot   mt 1,'- was.
biveiv Up-Ambitions inegiigibi.   , '
righl-.kiud of home
found more potent than 011  the farm.;
country   likia
Western ' maintain, and lasts longer hi use.   Tht
Canada, which is just emerging from j material   is   a  new,   light-weight   eon-.
llic erucleness of the pioneer stage, it! Crete,  re-cuforcc'l  with iron  rods and | Girls'  Accused   of
is iticvitable    and altogether
that iu the earlier year
In. Budapest City
. Not. Be   Surprising If-Tlicy j-.: luJiatl   Av.at0l   Killed
..Again Crashed  Poland-';--"      |; Captain I'ah  one m the best Italian
Doud.m.    Kngkin.l. ���������.ri-ic -AustrcT-!.(;,.,.,,.,,_  hl<  ])C(U klII(_(l   ^]nU   ^j,^
Huagifrian .-mpirc has-h-ased to exist. |;,, th(, \   ull |jiiMU    lCi 0 ,     c M,U[ m
jc  the   fate'of  its   former |u Hnow<tni 1       J i-�� aiioplaiu     uVhid
Will thev
What   will
natural driven into the molds by compressed!
thus   making a rcasonablv    thin!
Making   Tri-Color   t|lt. w
Rosettes .Executed
ot  its.  I firmer
gain be at,thejm,:n. n0ui^ St   Ma imcc. *m\oj       Uc
mercy of" Berlin asQthey were during j i,.ul ;,Cl 01 lob-hed    one bundled     ind
forty v 11  1 iids,  Huong them the fa
Put the boys and girls in J5ffrJ*9r shoes this
summer. They can have two or thtee pairs
of pSf^r for the price of one pair of leather
shoes. The low price of p&p3*' and their
sturdy Avear, make them the most satisfactory
and economical summer shoes you con buy
for children.
The B��t Shoe Stotes Sell pjKfjS#r.
of its (level-jai!''
tr, or shall we see a new Central I
uropo. aristb which will forever shat-;
Airmen Form
(Vessels Loading Relief Food
opincnt thc farm -home should bepvall'of concrete which it is believed
small aud lacking in those many little I will prove as durable as the steel car.
comforts     and     attractive
which appeal so. strongly to youth., Itl'-dar, but, it the imagination multiplies
���vas necessary    that the land    should; the . concrete  freight ear into  a   con
first be broken, essential farm equip-! evete    freight  train,  the,   picture  bc
Vienna.���Many  persons  accused
tealurcsi'nic concrete ship was. more spectae-; ;.m (.omumaistSi ;icc:orcling to dispat-; at seems that allied public "opinion is j"th��� inf.lhbb    .. dt
_of ;.tcr the Germaii dreams of world; eon- ;d'A:inm /io squulion JEi'- aciophne-
being counter revolutionists are being quest?, .fudging from, the --'reports of i il;V(j ;|)Crn h)l manv ItiMtv b\ 1 icm\
executed in  LUulapest by the Hung'ar-   the.  allied', correspondents   in   Vienna, j fm-.     |j Yiiiiiin/ia    u^cd     to  cdl
..lies    here.      The victims usually are ! not yet clear on  these'-'capital issues.;.,
"'shot  in   front of  the   Himyariau ' par-
l liament house  in   the day  timc or in
\ temia  .Kpfdttion \ uh  tim Provincial Association Slnpr
yard  in   the   Marka-: Magyar  nicntality  has changed.
ment secured,  a  water supply   'made j comes  equally impressive.    And  ^"u;thc  ^^  <chon
available,   some   horses-and   livestock 1 knows but tl.e future may justify i'"" ! strassc' lU niglll. ; ^uulll be ., gy^f uns'toko to think that
gathered  together, and  thc  necessary j agination   in  adding a  concrete  loco-;     Sever;il  ���;r!s  wl:o  u:erc-u;cllS(:i|  0(   the German militarist audVoHd poli-
buildingo    provided     for their     rare, j motive ?���Christian Science .Monitor,   -t Mak[.,^   tri-color   rosettes <>   for      thc -^ticiaii  hits    -become' ��� coiivcrtcU    oyer
merits Will Cany All Devastated
Ke.i.u, W-Aim.cn ot Saskateb Countncb Through  to  Next
twan ha\e ffunitd  i pio-\nieial asso- ,.,.ve_ .
cation known a. the Ait Servicer  \s-j     Xcft   \?lk- ,^A-J'1./1',0  p,oltc   ��
sonition   of Saskatchewan,  to mIucIi! Bostou. ^   loik' H"l��lolpl'W and
Tt is    nice lo imagine .tbaCbeeausoJ Ask fo,   Mmaid's and  take no other  ivulon ot any of tlic allied coViitncsJ ��^""��o��c alone aic W .steamers load-
,,      ,   . - ,.   , ,      ... X        ;     \n��* rul   m"u,us anu  ldKC no o"'cr ,   t mg cai goes of Jood bound fot iMitopc.
the .kaiser  has  gone   the- German, or. . ������  I u<   vil^omed as member-.      the ob-i    ��.       ?       .  ;
���f't i-'Germany in Favor
Of Disarmament
'jeet ot  the association is the piomo-i
1 lion  ot  the    inlcicsts-of   leiotiautits
undci  tliieetion of the American Rt-
' hci    Adrninistiatiou,  thus    indicating
Usually, therefore, the first farm home'.
was little more than a shack in which
io   eat  and   sleep.     It  possessed   few
-cci'iiif6Ws''aiul/wi4'3v.'the-.-i'cy!ev.s<: .vpt;aiV
'with.. a'-Vesurta.iu' great  loneliness,
vis .SHi;iiK\v'(JiHtcr'..^
��� "���ri'iie: it tly;;- to--..iiolvI X the,;;l)oys': 'aii.dvgif:!:
;;:an(l._a|ipryltc!re(b-yottug ,.rK:f:t
'���'.wV>'inan'hoo'(l;.f;'..y3.' X'XX iyi-ri:
������ "'_A      _ -couiiterrrevolutionists, were executed. ��� night    into a    peace-loving,  harmless'-.
CHILDHOOD   CONSTIPATION :Th0  Vr<:*i<Kni>    judge  of: the    revolu-; creature;     (vverythiilg    points  to-;, the j
 tiouary  tribunal,   which     orders  ,. the.   fact that the', Germans have not .'given';
fo.nju-.f "-up. any'of their ambitions. ��� [f t\u:y :did i
.���:';"������ .''I not reach i'ag.h.kul. thcy will attcstipt;
;unl: to  reach.. Vladivostok.- .and  with  the -i
).,.���. ., ^ .that the American lelief, paiticulaih
.and acual niiigatioti iu tin-, pio\m<e 11~- '   - '
i   '/, .    ., .   ,   ,��� .    1 .i.Jioi   the  newly Itbciated  countucs, is
a n ,.      1    r  , 1, ~i(       Owing to thc sricat distances and the, .      .    ,
1 Agrees-o Disaini Ahead of All Other I      ,     c       ,, ,      , ,,      ,���  'now   111 its,  Una! stages     These ship
������ n latk ot toads and ratlwavs in the uu-i ,    , , ,.
Powci s
Berlin ��� li 101 motion
children '��� V:7can" / jind'i executions.- it -"-is .''said,-,
tractive",.; aud./;isblated;..-un^-.iiiaiiy..V:in^ uged >2 years:
stanecs;:.:-;th$rt^.\vcrc/;fc.w.;.nelghbors, j. Baby's *;;C%ii -Tablet's. ��� ;-.;The Tablets;: "-ry[;u,y |,0di(:sof men,-, 'women
. , si ttled    paits
ha^    been te-,   ,
'--���������   ,    , ,   , , 1 el nmcu
eeivcd    noiu rtmitpcat liable    s.cntKcs     ,    y
.-.   ,  ..' . ,   .    , .    plav   iu impottaiit  n-i.t   espeiwllv   in
that tlu 1 ouritei niopt >��� il-. to bc 111 ido    ,       , , . , ,   ,   ,
'tht   delivcrv   ot  muiU   and   bght   ev-
ot tlie    pio\ince, it isi
that    aerial nai tg,atiou    u\n
[t i are- tuild -but thorough '.laxative \vhicli
girls of the. lietter;.classes' have _,bccrv   presenr i.nde.cisioa of th.e All ics-. on the..,
rstoinfich;:-thu^'7driviiig ��� oiit.i -"epttstipa- ���'"ii4.in'd:.ou- the shure'^f or islands iii'thc . Russian "questmu 'it '\vou!tl:-.not be at':
vtiquVaird'Viiydig'e^ rtlu:y...s!mcei^le:d ";_iu !
���/..; ���Iv'-.-l-cat '.|kdVt!'iit:-'ta.-'3iiV:': .���'���fit-tie���^tiiu"--'.~\vh'6'.^'^^v'~y.i,.t,iV?iS-^ have -
\f.aB;'.siifTcriiiyc-Jr6uKr.eoii^ Xihy. .' rfiit;s/   of :
byGetmnn   to the  peat e confo etn.c
will  d.it 1 tie  in  h.ioi  01  uulitan   dis-
Trc Teiroc of A&thina comes like a-
lluot  m   tht   mUit  with
ithiotfhng,     lobbim?     its
" ""rcttf-fi' ccdthi'itij' \trpoiis'.
t-he 'reppri.
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Ailyancfct^^ ",,u (l
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'V^uKfii^nJ?^ .-,..,: ^pmnn^ion;
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:.Ui&:Wte;;;��id:-ino:thsr:au4,ih9 grpvvtnt^-j-^
ariuanit at      '���aviug  Lliat     Gipn.m   j>
ready to loliia Iti   fo.ecs to JS0,(Jf)0j  , , , , ,    ,   (I ,, tu wu^
.���;���-', ,, ,, .,  i lluot  m   tht   mt,lit  villi   its   drcadiuli ,
withvnLnu��  ninths  -liter J.I10  com lu-itiMOtthnL,t     1Ci]>hin^    n>        ttim     of {spiel to tood
sumot pti.e   and In   thc cvpuation  bieath     [1  .cents beioud  the  powci1 "-
of:;ino.tiu 1  \( u to cut tli*1 ^lyt of tht   of human ml to uhevo until one tnal
ariliy-ilowu to JOO 000 men Ils  Ill-��<1'-* ot  that icmaikabk   ptepua-
7.::ltwiM b.   dcilued that m  smte of  Uo��-A../   D   j^'ogg's   \sthma Re-
ne^l>-iibctatcd countries aic rxpeeted.
tl o to begin (o-stand   done with u-
Uule ol 33oJslievik
......      . 'uicdv    Then ichef coipls with
menial   m>.>ulu-   and   tli.^ tuvt^itt   r lt(  becomes \ D-th lump, aud it the
feirydefi ndm, lit 1   Uoutnix  boiiiiuu   icmedv   be  used pc is.stenth,   the  di-
Ti.iis Giyflii'-'as-VRea'sOii: 1 ii ���
in t'tsaim     die id of all
Tt i<> po nt> d  out tli.it
��� .t.hi';s,'.gi\ 1 >���   ukoujle  pro L     oc     Gn-
'I'li-Ua-PV'^  th lei iiiuialKin  'o  if. o.rio    ill
S'ljiiii.tai'.i'-lit     .id   imptrtiLi  tu    tendril
I  ike
is put
no  ���-lib1
to sotite.
i.iig:-d f-'-Mag^-af ���'���. ttS.;i'c:tibnV,::
::ViKi.iii;iVe(b:b\:';,;hi-t4:^'-W '
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:,'fteejiiv^S!?inUfls^;vtlji:^     '
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������'������ ������������-���  ��� ��������� /Nayal-^horccs.-;- Are;;-:'a.s;:Emaciated"vasV:'..'Hf1 '.u
victuRBitg^^>if;:;;Ati5trta. ���;--.X-EVv-;~-S'-j,��vaJvc��'i./
.rafisyh-a tii:K tct'T^^
tie ri:t '���'; fixed;/ j iX'X^ \XX\yyiyXyvi\y ym;\ de
. y 'iXihyXXiXXXmyXxy ;:.';iia tltbl XXy. xfMj S1.1 y y
;-':;':;l'vir.fsv_,..'I^;r:uii'.t.:/ )X.-Xr'Xrrible/Siiidlet
FsilJl v;Ti>^t'6^^ _;Hi3.nei.:o:r
jSifi-i-t "ii t si-it^,' J?IW?-"-" ':* 'T^;"t"'' t i'Qli i": ij V��":"--^- ? iiiitcijiij,"-.^-"
Sta;tKnie:;vS_b.yfoi:e;:the ���epuiaiissiom^i.-Ut::':
'^y.exy Qvarre'.'-oine Neiglibjrs
���- ut tin 1 11 at ����� u 1 Cot 1 *. id
nth iva uitli.ipi \ ti'l ihe
in w.i- umtditd Ip i-'utii 1111 s
Corfi-.Sl vtt a to .Vii; coin goes
<:>-t'-;.biisnicss in Jt- hoiiii i. "i utn mi s
i-s/--ap'fibed -ii\  U   2^t   at   �����11 dedn-
xi'XXi'- Second Dead Sea
Lo po-'.if, tatr it is ucct ssarj to
li l\ e a tine pctccption, aid to bc
^Lii-ilne, foi hoM cm we know t hat
\%dl ,) 1111 anothci without haiing
some (iitcnon n�� Oni own fet-hugs !>v
whicli we can "ji'^ett of lus; Ifeacc I
mamlam  tint 0111   tict  is   >'tt.n<.   in
then   lltgl^t   fiom
1 jush        Ot.isK H< toie
Sarapul. oujjie kain i, southwest of
rerm, the Dolshe-uk cotnn.ittcd gieat
excesses shooting down the wives of
ttdiiLis and soldiei-, in thc ainn_ of
the Om-ik go\' ini'icnl In many
easCh the\ <lul not sp.ue c\cn tha
child't u
\l die is Worm Ponder- aic 1
piouipt tchct lioiu the attacks of
voims 111 childicn. Ihcv jic poA\ei-
ful m"thcit iLtioti and, while letiing
nothing to bc desiitd   is ,1 voim ck-
out 'piopoit-on to o'u    t usiljilitv     - T .uqlpcllaiit.   havc   an nu 1gor.1t mg   effect
. . >   1. [upon the vouthttil svstcm, icmcdving
liv H>U
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;il iSliibvvr^ad avi^ifeS^
^tgl i'^'i:*;_S.!ixifd.&ra'ble^
ivi:i':.'tn��*S>sy lift TTM-.ti ^/''if.vftM'.'.v-Vt^^'.W^.lK
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1        Ito 1
t I a'"<us ot Shell Fish
���-i   1      111    w Hit ll    I'otlll.l'
11 to In mg oil tht
1 r J 1 id       ft   is    !
Appieciates the Compliment
'_L_ t' Opl.'u'1      'MM     thi-1'   s<-
h\ ins
'tin ioi,"\  a on reel that  w i\
'ley-ci,    biliousness,    loi-- ct    appetite,
sh cplessiuss,  uul otlui ailments that
I tollow  disoidcr* tatistd In   wottus ui
1 th._st.im ith   md bov.��ls_	
>oiit i
nu, but I   tpptttntc (In   vtiiiiphiiK nl
���Di 1 �� it luce Ticss
\   \011ng   man   who   h .d   sp<nt  his
"btc .ii  1 small town, tame to thc citv
l^ratriifcS j Vp:' iy\X. 'ui-t:e'rKdlii/d-9;::
an'Vti'cci'>'.ir>!ii;iit.; -aijivee'ittiifj'si;-' /;}
.' i   I), id ^f
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count! les tliTOiigli to the next har\c<u
Delgitim   has   been able   to dtspcuse
iwith the icllcf comtiTissloti smtc Mav '
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:im&;; M k i g.
Paus���Juno bi ia the earliest pjs-
mble date on which the Ceiincm neat}
can be signed, if no obstructions aic
encounlcicd, bul Tunc 20 is thc moie
probable dalifToi its ,-ignatme, according to a membci ol 'he peace delegation whs diseased the-situation
with the conc-jjoudint
I he licnuan countei -pioposals have
been leun.xl wnh the gica<csl inlci-
<st bv the menibeis of (he peace con
leisure, tspenill> tlie tkums foi mi-
mctbate membei ship in thc League ot
Nations, fot .^plebiscite to diiitlt the
disposition of G.ilina and foi the tiding of a definite sum foi . epaiatiops
New Yoi k ��� 'J In Assoculed Pits
ssm s  the  follow tag
I hi npusi nl.ilius ut llu alb. d
.md as-oiiittd puwus at hist ha t
befott thi in tin answei of In i mail}
to tlu it mis "I the peace tie its
L'udi t the pi ok. dm e adopted b>
'hi m^cc tongiess, iht iepl\ ot the
iiiiuuis lo die \aiious chiuses of
the lie.it}, i-ons.-tmg mainly ol lotin-
lei-proposals si t king to lessen lhe
���.cvtiitj ot the alhi d tcuns, tht jitetu
licis of the Count il of Foiu will digest
lhe Mews of the enemy and lenoil
unci- then decision as quid 1} as pos-
aiblr This den-in.i is lo bc lni.il, and
ueimany linn -will bc lompcllcd
ithct  lo sign ot  lejcct the l.eat\
In case of a tlechn.iuon lo -1-41%
British, ] lent h and United Stales
troops aie piepaied to take such
steps as .Miii-hal Foch may deem
ncccssaiir, while a I sea-thc old bloek-
ade against (Xbiii.iiiy ib ready to be
iightined again
Hohenzollerns Lie Low
Former  German   Emperor   Hat.   Become Even More Invisible to
the Outer World
Ameiongen���Since thc fotm.r Get-
matt   emperor   lias   been   acpiaintcd
with the peace icrms, liejias become
even    moie   invisible    to    the   oulei
world    Thc only possibility of citching a glimpse of his formei   majesty
ifa when lie ciosscs    the drawbridge,
going to and leluiiiing froniMiis log-
saw mg  in   the gat den  of  the  castle,
and then lie is only within sight foi
about four seconds.
Rcphiug to a lepeated requc-st foi
a declatafion, the foimcr cmpeiot sent
the following,
'Tell the Assochlod PrebS-lh.it my
attitude is unchanged."
The liiesscngct, Gen Von U_.lo_.l__,
gave the coriespotidenl no hope that
anything was likely to bev given out
for publication. Jl is vntuallv impossible lo glean .nothing icg.udinjj thc
formei empcioi's life oi plans, as
ever} body in the ca=tlc is under strict
oideis lo maintain silent e. App.u-
enfly time is no excitement among
the inembeis of his suite over the
terms, the cmh portion which interests the imperial exile is" tho clause
leiaurig  to himself.
The ioimei tmpross appeals to be
moie aiiccted than he; husband anti
is evidently under Lhc impression that
ihe^poweis will succeed in bimgmg
him befoit a tiibtmal. Theie have
been no t\uaordinaiy movements
about tl.e castle latch, the onlj \isi
tois bei.is, Di ICi.tiq-", who came fiom
Beilm in connection with the liquidation of lhc pei'onal estates ot ihe
Jlohui/olleins in Bcilin.-'
Grasshoppers are
Doing Damage
Ci'tv/oims Also Repotted in Cential
and Western Parts of Saskatchewan
Regma���Grisshoppcis aie doing a
cett.'in amotuit of damage to tire
gi owing crops in a restiiclcd ana in
thc southeast of thc pi ounce, accoid-
mg to (he lcpoits whicli hate u-aihetl^
the dcpailmcnt of agiicullitti ot the
S.isk.Uchewau government.
'I he buieaii of statrslics has taken
up tin mallei with Piof Noim.in
Cnddh, of lhc rntomologii.il bin cm
of ihe Dominion go\ernment in Manitoba   and  he  Ins  been   lecptesicd   to
The German
Say  That  it  is  a  Peace  of  Might
Instead of: Right .:.-.
Beilm ��� The icply complain- that
"might bcfoie light" tiommates ihe
allied treaty. Objections ctpicssed
to the demand lhat Gci mans be sur
icndeicd foi Iml m cnemj lountiies
the icplj contending thai ran impai-
ttal authoiity ought to be mslifutccl lo
establish all -violations of mleina
tional hiv, bv whosocut  eoiiiinittcd
It is asscttccl  that ir  is  nieontest-
ablc that some ot the alhi d and a-so-
mted powcis, such as P .1}  a'.d Ru
iiiani.', bate  cuteied thc   v ai   for  th.
saki   of t'liitonal conqutst
ComplaaU is madc  tint the   unoiuil
of loinpcns.uion is to bc  h\td b\   a
hostile    eoimmssici),    whose     powiis
would  eiii.blc  it  to  ddmimstu     Gei
ni.uij   as  a  bankuipt  state      This   is, I
with    ihe
LABOR MUST CHOOSE   l Claims To Enemy Shipping
The Sympathetic Strike as it Affects j Should U.S. Keep Vessels Interned in
��� Organized Labor 1 American Ports'.','-xy.
Liboi, with    justice, contends    foi       London���'flic  division   of   Gum.'.,
the nght of collective baigamiiic   But   mercantile  shipping, -whhh  has  Deli'
does laboi italize that u it is to winjthe subject of consult! iblc  dK-cti-siunJ
that light it must abmdon the gener?l'm   Pnglaiid  since   the   annoiiiie. inert I
oi   sMiip.'tl etie    stn-k^?,  tempting     is' that the United bt.d's w >- to iteeive
that weapon ma} accm? all vessels iiuciiied m United  State-'
Collective baigamfng is 'lglu   Only iports, was raised in the house of ron:- ***	
bv   its  in- am   cm  the  cmplo\ei   arm'mom-    by Ben     fillet,    membei    for Sinn Femeis Thought, to be Planning
his  employee  bc p! iced  on an} thmg I North  Salfoid      Mi   'Lillet i-keel An- a   New   Revolt
like basis of mil etp ihl}   Tiioimh tlut' tin v     Bonirlaw,     th     govuntm l't J     ' cmdo.i ������ \n juipin luif  " i    ><"bil-
tin,    what  -tip=    the gou m-.'ion   m   Ji eland,   wnh   hints   oi   so.nc
to   ~] uni   a  -" i'e  immincnl di.i-iie    aetion b}   tht  gov-
gcnuali}     leio^m/ed    as   tlu   suM-i'uf  oncmv   shipping  m   moporuon   lo'iiriium h  s ],tC)J ,IlC subject of piu-
Another Irish Rebellion
tune is not yet hci e  th'' time is com-  spokes
mg wlu n eollci thi  b u earning will hc j mint  was   taking
safi guild ol industrial ih.ic i
lli'l doi s labor rcab/e  ihat it  can
not ha\e collective b. i gaming  "id the
'nunc in pangi  i h- and rrtiil's in ru   i
|t'l(    losst's   su^lTimed   1)}    U-   <))   1IIC   \    <=
jscls detained  m   \nieueau  watus '     'tain ol th.  J ondon 1 tw-pap :- dui..i<;
1     Mi.  Bona,   law   said h.   lOiild  not! tin   I i=>t few  div-
��� O __   ���
L oiielo l ���Winston    Spjn^ei    <- h.ir-
clnll,   secictai}   for  war,   speaking  in
the commons, furcshadov ed the po--
-ibibty oi    tbe  withdr. v.al  of troojis
fium  Russia b}   the end of the sum-
m< t, owinc; to '.he id-\orahie situation
i      Vs  soon  as   pcao   v.a-   signed,  h-
isoe', the Plane army totild be liduc-
l ed fiom Im to sp; di\isions, and still
g< uenl slnkt alsii"-1
Collcctui     bai gaining
liss uilless, the br.i��nin
The   Daih
)J nl    t Inch
' e'lii-pit nous      rt i It    on
pu dul. d thai  tin   11 be
punted a
i mine v hen it was seen that peace w.^s
j b. ing cn"erti\e,'> canicd out.
I     ihe British polic}', said the  sccie-
iisil   lhe   alleiled  aic is   md   Im   eon-
duct an im estimation.
Utpoits ha\e also iutn iceit\ed
that lulvorms ate dom0 some damagi
m lhe initial aud western
the pioMuec.
p.llts   oi
il    deelaied,    minmpatibti
iiin.li-   light  ot nation-
lhc iepl}   in imt.utis Uul  the lie.il}]1'10 hai^iiii
shows Geiiu.Miy as a natiei'i winch is
simph   lo be d.   tioyid,   u.d adds
j    "This is a complete upudiition    oi
llu  idea lhat eveiy nation has a nghl
^t (Miei-t  and violates the  rijiht^nf
j si it th tt i minaiion. '
���     'lhe   statement  then     del .ils     long
jobjei tions to tin  pioposcd   ttcatn'cnt
ot  the Siaic  ugion,  Mal'Medy,  Mur-
iMOsiKi and the cflctn tiontieis ami
aigues that the    worst  mamfi stalton
of  thc disicg-ud  of  the  tight  ol  stif-l'll__1^'s ^ll0 l��adt it with In
deteiunnilion    i^>    the"   scpaialion   of
j Dan/tg tiom the  Oilman empiie
J tii y, wab   lhat Russia  must be s.i-ieel
\\ediuMla},  b%  {hc Ruxo;ilns> an(i lhat UM%  RUvS;a
ion vould bt'njii4-i bi   A deinocrjlir st?l,.
Poland Still Destitute
In Despetate Need of Food, Clothniji
and   Raw   Matetial   and
'New ^oik, XV ��� Pieseiu eoiidi- H s tys thai the lie.tiy ihmiIvCs d'-
tinns ti Poland aic desinbed iu .'jstuielion of Gciman t tonouuc lite tuul
staten cut issued b} the Ameiieaii Re- .subjects the Geiman people to i fui-
bef Admimstiation, contpikd from "inei.il shivery "unpoialle'ed in 1 lie
authentic soiuces open to the adminis- histoiy of the world."0
Ir.iiion     The statement sa}s in pail-)     It lueh a UiaU   conn   into foice, it
'discuss   the  uialtei* but   hoped      ll
:- me. lim^    houst  would    Iru-i    lhe    Biitish del
struck, a pe-  gitis  to piote.l   then   mu.t-i- |l|'l"""�� '��*��  "��   ,iu,"lt"1 v ""'u ^'tmwb.   a democralic st?te     Ih" R\c
nod    of  pcacuid jind     iiiiinui inpled |     Horatio Bottomby  ..n linhpuuhi t(moii   Hiiois  tli 01  the   !aB(   oi.ing tt'|gIl vu powos had decided lo make
pioductiou follow ���Tun du  the I. i .11-, 01 I membei, asked wheihu   it   \as not a^he c m uuiagcim ut gn'ii  10 ih.   Mim^  i,im|11](ir[1j   xhn   fiul]lcr  ^u,->port
'llie onplo}.!   who has'coincident opportunity  101   President11 ein upubluaii ino\em. nl b\ M'��i�� j t(i(j   ful nja]   1Lro��nilion   ot   the   ani'-
tomjjhteda b.ng.m. with his ^m])lo^-' \\ lls-m to "pio\t  tin   sin.enl}  ul Jti,   1 Jimii.,  R} in  .m.i   W.l-'i,  Ihi  1"-"'1, <'1 j>0],iUmL go\cinTn"nls m Ruswa tlvi
ee, has   1 nght 10 (Mhu lhal fu,  the ! id<alis���i    In    making    -io cluu    foi j Si it. s d��l��.^.Us. e.n- - a i.pmt ,h t �� 11,-,bC \r0i* ruincms* muat fin c a tlc.'-t*
I unci. 1 standing that tluir -victoiy
vould be tMimcdialeh followed by the
mui niiniiiis ot a constituent .'sccmbh
these ships   md gning them to
who l\i\e home the hc u   md hm<
c^f the v u
101   si 'i' s dc lef- >ills, e . 11 ���
hose 1 A\ .11 tc 1     Hume     1 eng  is
1 r -   bin M icl'h. is,,i    ,
1 ��� ta 1 \
penod of lhe eoutt.iel, c\]|H^ul ni
implntl, then will he 110 5nt< i ntptiuii
en his o'leiatioui
But lite ;.neril m -} uipnthcti. J
clnke wtn'ii' litleiiupi those npcia |
tions    ug.tidhs- of the    baigaiu, n   j
gtii.lli's^ of the mititicsison.tbli  rights j "   "'  ���
of the emplcnei who lias made  it, andlThe Coming Winter ?Aay Sec Typhus j Recip' ocal Agie^
1 t
to   I   rd   1e I
duel   sc
Prague Fellows Wat
Care of the Wounded
the   uncpiistionable    dul\
of llu
Ravage Euiope
Pans���One   bundled thou-in.
"With all its other diflicult piob-
lcms to meet, Poland is, 111 addition,
activily fighting Bolshevism, not only
fot its own sake, but foi the sake of
lhe woild JThc I'llsudsKt Government 11 mams slible, and is w 01 thy ot
the gn.ile'st lespecl It is making
much progtcss 111 selling up a national and economic life foi the new Polish 11 ition
'To fully undeist.wul   Poland,   one
is dcclaicd, it would   mein    a
eatastioplie for the whole wot Id
All*   i />_flC�� 87        1,   ft  1    f leideiship wnieh    ad\ocihs \\^   gon
Ihed Umcers.rought Rebe.s u*i st..k, ���n si.ght pi(),octa, u
 ���_.     -T^feJiTCsvIIobpnal
Trc?tmenfron BjR^^fdes
AMiathahtf lo the cmploxei���oi u. j ��.ons in Poland an ill ot Uphus, ac-1 ( Washmgtin -- l'ml\i Keipioe.d
sotielv���-h is the cofleetiie bog,im ir icoidmg to adviies icccn.d bv tin sii V7griemcnt coinplciedJ?ctw-< n tai'.'ih
il e.'ii bi intciiuptid al in\ momtnl ] 1"CI1)C enmoime uonmil 'J\plius is//dnd the United Slaj^C, United Slates
by 1 genual 01 s} mpathelie smb. [-uiuismg in J'oland and is ipideniii ((tituci's who^'^re wounded while
called ber. us, of some runou 1 iboi I It is < pideinu mllungai. ind -1 nximX^y^^XXr^wXy i.ia.lian ai.ny v ill ie-
trouhle of which the imoloiu aflect-jhci uf oth. 1 commits in houlln.est ^Lb^vcliiTspital lieatment undci lhc died knows nothing and ahirlThc e in-IJ "rope ^-���^^"^o -"���"""'jrc ition ot tbe bin can of wai nsk 111-
nol m aiu \\i\ contiol' j Ihe spicael ^lmTe^iilagiu in mhe r , s.nanee afiei ihcj ieti.111 to tin Und-
Laboi should think ot this jH.mi.pails of Euiope is fc.iied dun.11? liic, 1 d Slates, ana C.oi..d:ans wounded in
most  tcnoiish      Above .1'!, 11 should
on ,1  dt 11101 i,��iK   fianrlus''
Det.viimg tlie filiation 111 Russia,
Mi Cliui-hill said that despite de-
ldor.ible events 111 Ukraine and
( limea throwing thc whole of the r< -
sourns of these fertile regions into
Bedshe\ik hands, the militaiy weakness of the Bolshciik iv.is becoming
apparent \\ here ver ihe Bohhevik
h��i��l been f,.ced with det. rminaiicm
thej had men tepidscd and dinci
think most seiiously ibot'l 1ln  t\pe of
ieideiship whieh    ad\oi
endless ot bdig.uii- 01  i~T>ntiaels
Turning ihe stukc into a class w .1
t.uh 1 evolution as the object is not
\ei\ lar remo\ed n .j.n the giimal
stukc, and tl laboi will tsimuu  e.ue-
Saved Lives of 400 White Women and
.New   Voik   ��� The sloiyrot how .1
handful of- Ibijish  ancl  allied oflbi'is
-lionghl of]  for (hue da.'s the attacks liully tin   men in its links most lifah 'plans lo bc  submitted to the >espcc-
lotniug wintti, t'dd bch.g moie fa\-j United Stalls sei vice will be caicel foi
orabk     toi     its     [iiop.^alioii     than I I'i   ihcii   go} eminent  aftci   letuimiiq
waiiuth                                                       'Jiome     Each   go^^inmcnt  Avill   lcnii-
i      lhe supieim   count il has appointed j huise lhe othei  for the co-ts of tenia committee 01   British. Fieneh    and deling the sauce    The  Canaeb.1,1 th-
'jtihan r> pitsenlauvcs to conn, with  paitmeut of soldicis' ic-cstablishmuut
it-present alives  of the  leagtn   of  KcdpM'l look atte.  lhe woik on tht  otliet
Lioss, to piciaie d elm ile    plans    toUide of tne  boider
combat    typhus  md    cholru,    those1 	
must al\'a\s beat in uiiiid thaT there ,, , , ,   ,,
,, ,   , , , Itiomsts    and  saved  the
is a gieat gulf between the itch .tad I   ,   , <��� ,
. ,  ��� ,   , _ , white  i.niiiiii  and
educated Polish aiwToctacy, in whose  ,      ,-,���<���    .,,        ,
, r 1   , .  I'i   ' J0'- All good,
ranks aie men of lcttci s, aitists and' ., , , , , .
,.   , .   IAlabama, who aimed hen  fiom As-
poels 111 a propoition nol ecitiabed in.      ,   ,        ,     ,-,      i.     .    ,   f
1 - ' suit, hg\pt     bor the last foiu  tcais
ot  stx    thousand  Fjypliut    n.situe. jlouige llu   geueial stnkt, it wilPiiiid  ti\<   go\ 1 1 nmeiils
Hawker Has a Record
any other countiy, anel the   igianan
Prof     Allgood has been    seienct'm-
stiuetot at the College of Assint, lhc
ca])ital of Uppei  Lgejjt.
Ou  iM.iich 20    au    outpost    udet
reached the town with the news that
great jealous now ers 1, ,      .   ���r   c��� ���    %    1 1
' l j band   of   Scnyussi   Aiabs   was   ad-
jianeing 011 the lown     Thc allied of-
Newr Troops to Russia
.1 A1 change!.���The American eimsci
Desinoiurs amved here simultaneously with transports, bunging new Biitish volunteer armv units to itbe\c
thc United Slates and othei forces
who lutt been fighting ��in< e last August.
01  pea-artf class, who aie illiterate.
' Im ci y attempt on the part of the
Polish aiistociacy to better the condition of the Polish- peasant was
crushed  by the
which havc cnsla\ed Poland for 150
yens The present Polish government lceogm^es as its fust cl 1113 \
betterment t>f the conditions of the
peasants ami thc upbuilding ' of a
stiong middle class
"At piescnt, Poland is in desperate
need of food, clothing, and law matciial and maehiiiciy foi hci stnppcd
and idle factories. Sixty pei cent of
hei last luuesi was earned away b\
the Gentians Noimally Poland is n
sc !l-sii-.taming country as to food, and
with some help now she can stand on
hci, own feet. Since the middle of
lebiii.'i} about lOO.OO'l UniTof Amei 1-
cau loodstufls have been    sent    into'
ifieeis  ijmckh     otgam/cd lhe  del encc
h\e-  of 400  th.it liny ar.  the mi .1 who aie closest
childicn  w .s   iold,m habit of thought 10 the I W.W , the
ol     Hiimmgham,  13olsheuk and othei  aihotales oi  the
tlass w.u   and the "'ii-\ olulmii '
Both capnal and liboi, 1.1 ilusi
ticklish times, should have an <yc on
then dangeious c\ticinisls. because
they constitute the gr.ncsl peul. The
laboi agitator who is fond of talking
of the gencial strike, .mil the em-
ployei who likes 10 talk of 'busting
iht unions," aic like mtii.ucs, and
should be eon-ideied b} botlrsides as
iommo'1 eiieimes
Grieve Invited To Try Again
tHas    Famed    Many    llororr,  as au
( Aviatoi   '->
I     Xe\.   ^ork,  X V��� U.uj        G    H. s\
Offer to Become Navigatoi tor Rayn-keii wll0 st(utcd fiom St.  lolnis, Xtv-
ham m Jouiney of Martynside        [ioimdliiid,  ou  a  naiis-Mlantie  flight
St lohn's. .\fd ��� Pieut-Gommaii-
di r _MacKen/ie Gneve, leseu.d m
mid-oec.iu with Uni} G ll.iwkei ,ii-_
tei then unsitcees'iui a'tempt to flv
aeio^s the Atlantic, has been muled
bv Fiederiik R ivnh.un, Biitish .111-
man to "hy 11 again" llns time as
i naugatoi ot the  \la*'} nside plane to
and defeated  thc  insi assault,   w Im h
was debvcnd that  da>  bv ..boul  600   ih(  l,llotod ,A  Ulc   ^i-tiabin's ma)
names.    P^ ollmg  tdlahecu  sw.um- \ P   .���      'li' ���    f*L"     1      l'>    ^puin ^Joi^ii   uii-jiu div a��le.cUd
ed  to  lhe standards of thc   hes.ept ��� s I Wl sHail   iM!gi!8 111 KmHeiantl jas R.n nliam s n n ,��,ioi, i��s stiiouBl>
and an    attack was made with bina-'   mjiucd vheu the Uut}i.-ick ph.i-ed
ticil fun-     The amnnmitmn  ot "llu.  Oideis Given to Teat Down Pohticalilts nos< mto llu t,nl *UlH -dnrnpimg
ito hop oil \,itli  llawkei, that doitois
the mihL'iy polisp in C'oblcu^ and to
ii ea ot ot cu-
besieged  t.'ti  shoil andHhe situation
1'. as    despeiate    when     Piilish     sea-
pi in es  f .-ni  .\lt\andia   mccteded in
dropping supplies mto the beleagitt 1-|patiob   throughout th
cd town.   At tlie end of the thud day
gunboat-  with  iisnung   tioops  m uie
then  wav  up tin   Nile, .diou- ofl the
.'tt.tekMs .iiij-rihoud the   gauison
Duiti'g   th.-  fighting     the     . ol lege", j fh u ie lei
Cobicti/   - O.ek.i   ueic issued  to   fo.bade hmi to thmk luiibe, of fi.un.
'lhe numbei   of  P.ihi I>  .>���* petbtions
with   rtpit-seul i'n es   piepaun^ I01
111 a Sopw.th an plane, is an \usiral
lau He began his e.ueei .is a iuerl'-
aic and ioso to the ln.k of ar aualoi
iiii'h *��� the uitelago or Sopwiih, one
ot tin taihest Prtlish ait men lie
ln-c came into pionfinc'ico ci Oetobcr
J\, 1012, when il}ing a Sopwiih t>i-
plaue, designed arici the pattern oi
the Wrights' machine, he_Cbtabbshi tl
a Palish reeoid o�� 8 houis and 23
jmnules foi a duiauon flight and won
the Biitish Muhilin tioph} foi th ir
v. .11
la 1913, flung a bopv.uh equipped
with a Gnome motci, he estabbshid
,1  PrPtsh  altuude   u-coid     ot     12,900
Bush Fires in North
Teltgiam  Fiom Big River Inspector
Says Some Homes Destroyed
Regma���Infoimation of thc devastation caused b\ the leccnt bash fires
111 tho northern part of thc province
h.i- reached the office of A. P Fisher,
fuc commissioner foi Saskatchewan
In some cases people have lost their
lunnes. and other propeity has b�� en ���
dr shoved hi  the flames
'J hc following telegiam wis received by ih Fishei fiom an inspietoi,
dated at Big Hnei
'Bush fuc'' around Canwood and
Polwoith. \lt} IS and 19. One family
homcb ss On "M 1} 22 a big fiic swept
wc-t, jumped aeioss Pig Riv ei aud
binned five sheds .ind Ladder Lake
Lumbet company warehouse, also set
.1 stable on fire. Bush fire coming on
Big Rncr from noith and southeast.
Men out at present back firing One
fa.mh homeless m B<g Rivci from
!m   on   .\bu   il '
Christiiu ehtfches    and   ^ijl I2ngli-hj    At heathpiai ti i3 it ��
liect, and on Uie    same    d.n     t lined
pation to t.,ai   down immethatelv  am   l,d"s"H""1R"  l"''il"     u""'    '""''"'" a ialoft l\ o passengeus io a    height   oi
polim.il postcis    should thev appc...  ,l0 flw* Vllh ,Uo '1,,Ul1 of ' KHt   NN   , 10/)00  feet        Latci   he   aliaitud   the
Tne  soldicis  also  w.ie  < uilioned  10,'}    ^ i��wnis   It W    I kiu    ^'"ii'n-\v0li,u   ilt.tuue 1 c oi d-2S,500 feet-
lPr0K.1t a-,}     mem-mi   ��.f a  political'cirnc '��-����- 10 ''<lra ��l�� ""Jio"^   lnii,|mh     was    subsccptenlh     excelled
.an All.mce m.'i'i'iie.  1 iwoscalld hi  !
said that no   P1'l'K "with -a single   N.ipio   uignii   ot!
Retiring from Politics
St l.dm's, Xfld���In thc_ass<mbl\
toi im 1 Picmier Lloyd, whose cabinet
has 11 signed, announced his intention
of 1 cluing from public lite, and stated
In intended 10 accept the legislr.uslup
of the supienic coin I at piescnt vacant, and which the incoming ministry
had olfeicd him subsequent lo the it-
cent  t lists.
wctc     distwited     b}     ihe'siith meeting* h.'d t.kti. place      Hit
.lmhlaiv     authorilus   liowivn      have
 , ^ j icccived inloimitioi   ot   111 intiiaue, tu
LismKav  {np  Rvslieli   iFcac*      1 which sivual iiiduinu.i Germans au
u\hm\ 101 Kniisft uses   |ullllIlcal<.j ,b, obJ0ll 0l lllc inlJWIB
iwas to Kiuiuh .. dc.moiisli.iUon in Co
Ibleu/ in t.nor ot a s^p-natnm     lnmi
I Piussia
it bels
IsO Iioise powei
was    supseepieiiln     excel
lli.ung the wai lie \\as an cxpciimcn
j i.d   .matoi   assisting   in   lhe   dtulop-
) nil nt 01 Sopwith m.ichmi - -^
Would Settle 53 Years7 War
Small   Kingdom Wants
Geiraans Lose Many Subs
Uisil  ���Cle.mau}  losl     198 submpi-
to Concluae' mes eHhing th.  wai, aeeoichug to 31a
e   Shipped to   England in Demountable Ships
Vamo.ivet,    Bl���Sn   lames     Ball,
liulish"   timbci    conilollci      and  \U
Montague    -Mi vet, pinch scs    for the
British     gov CrniiK nt    hdt e_ bee'l ''eie
mtcrutwtiig  local    lumbe men in ic-
Cannot Order Strike
Mot.Ueal��� "Undci  the laws of tin ,g.ud to thc   piii.luurc  oi   Bntish C.
Aim.nan    Federation    of labor uolumbia himbcr lot   Priiish Uses      \s
trades ,-nd laboi council has the righ*' lesull,
it is     nnoiinced     tint  oi'hr
l��i  .bekue a stiike," said S. J. Kon-.have  been  placed  foi   -UO'JO.Odd  fun
cnk.imp, uiler.iation.ll president of lhe  of  lumbe.   to   be  shipped  ti '        'toI1,l!1
Coiiimt rtial   Telegiaphers
Aim 1 .ea.
New York ��� Prediction lhat the
British T a bor party would assume thc
reins of government in England with
the nevt thangc in administration
might eome soonei than was expert, d
vvas made here b} J. H. Thomas, British Labor leader and member of thc
House of Commons. Mr. Thomas,
who made the prediction in an informal talk with leaders of thc Central
Confederated Union, whicli recently
launched r.n United States Labor
parly along lines similar to those of
lhc British party, is one of the most
powerful labor leaders in the British
lie was general secretary of thc
National Union of Railwaymcn, and
successfully engineered its campaign
to obtain the cigiit-Iiour day and
overtime demands He led the Biitish delegation at' the international
Socialist and labor conference at
Bcrnc, to which the American Federation oi Lab j* retuscd to "send representatives
Although ciisiLIming any wish to
diitate or Intrsfere with the labor
situation in thc United Spates Mr.
Thomas >>.-hrcl re-u'ts achieved ty
tbc Libor paily in Pnglard hrd convinced the workers that employnic.it
oi political as wrell as trades union
���Keapors w* re   a�� "-s^ntial to r-r-bia
11011 to thc w 1 hare 01" the woikers,
adding that lie hoped to sec labor
���'strongei" if he ever returned to the
United Stales again.
"J don't believe 111 blooth revolution, but I do believe m a revolution
01 ideals" he said. "I want lo sec
men and women usc theii political intelligence to achieve their ideals.''
One of thc strongest plank* in anv
Labor party platform, he declared,
should be a demand that conditions
be established throughout thc world
"that would mak��-' a repetition <>f this
horrible war impossible."
T. D. Mutch, an Ausliahan Labo:
leader, who also    met    thc    Ccnlrrl
10111   \   n-'
otjiouvci .to   Fnglaiid  via   the   Pv.iamti
Canal     1.1     demountable  ships        Sn
 .J.ums  s.utl  th'' seheiiH'  tot   dcipou.it-j
[able ships was feasible     He had plat-I
ed    m  ordei   Itn   loin   01   ttitse   -lap ,
which would .utr.igt   ^.flO'ty 0!) i��.,   ��r 1
lumbe. . a. h - ,
Ruth Law Will Attempt Atlantic    ]
( IncAo - Ruth     l"w, auiiiiN, ij.'-1
loti  leaving toi X'v,  Volk anno,in. el j
th..'  she pi ins lo ..tiempt a ti>us-\l  I
l.intie flight   within  sj-c t,ii.ks.       Shc
will  use   ���  new   Cuidss   land   biplane i
<quippeil  with    two  Cm tiss-Rirkbam
i.iolots of   !(10 Iioise power e.Lrh, and
v.ill   be   accomprnieti   bv    iamis   1 .1-
mont, her mtehaiiic'an      Ih^. i,j-,clii>ie
is iiow being built for her by lhe Curtiss company, tlie s.,\s     She expects
tiie U.S. navv   tn  five her assistance
in making the fliglit      Mi��s   I avv   lt-
ccnlh     returned    fiom    tlie Orient,
where she was engiged 111 fiving.
Mounted Pohce Strengthened
\an.ottvci,   lit-  I ho inst dct.uh
_Tic~p[ of the Ro>al "Xbrthr/est Mot nt-1'
eel 3'olne toiei   whieh is being eslal>
hslud hetf    ,>s  the he ulquai tcs  for,
Buti-li    C ohmibi.' has     'iiivtcl iu the
\itv   While no offni.l 1 er.son is foith
foi    cxlcndiiu'    the    famous
coips-nuo  this  p.otinee,   the   gencial
opinion is that tue move is a piee.'i
tionaiy mc.surc 111  ihe .^ 'nt or anv
Bolshevist     outbreaks;        Sine.      ih<
tis'us on llu- bianch of the Gci nun
natal '���ctini published in the Btilm
Vossichc /titling 'llu- nimiDci 111-
thnled seven submuiues mtciued 111
nd   14 destioved   h\
Peace With Huns
\ ieuii.1���['nrei   Ldwaid  01   I iecb-
tensieiit his 'eft foi   Pan- in an effoii
to obtain  1 pi ice H the piace conter-
jenee on the giound tuat hc wishes lojtoieign   poits
orilvde p<v.cc "ilk- C,i".T]aii'   v 'th iiheu_ovui ciews        _r .
which Lice hit n-tcm has b.'en 111 a i[oic than 3,000 s.ulois lost then
stale ot war loi ~->3 veus Pnnce Ld-]h\es m tbe sub.nanne sinkings, tl"
'waul cariies ciidenlials fiom Pi���iei^| sutisties show, while siuial ihe*us-
fohann Second ,'igmng pi nice of [h,kI otueis lost theu up^oii and hid
1 lechttn tern, am' is tiompv.i.id lu .10 be comii.itl' .1 to lutialie jsvlum-
ihe pit sidc'it r>* diii'un- \ustiir,    Di ~*~
qtl(z j    Bcihn Looking Tovvaids Vatican
The pi net  said ho va- a suppo.Ki j     Berl.n ��� llu 1   Von  Bergen,  toimer
of tin   1�� ague  of nations     Ue v\.U H\ [' onn^clloi   ot   thc   legation,  has  beet,
b. foi-   the pcue eo.iftienee a protest |apt>fuutid.  mimsltt   to   the  llol;    See
muom/atioe ot  the \a,,rom-r police   ^^ ^ }vmuu, Q[ (hc ])r((V11),0 Q    ful     the I'.miu    unpi.e.    siireetdmi,
font, tint bod} Ins lost a poitinu or,NoMllJ)t       {a   Swit70lhm,     oll     lllr   llu   Ptt-s.aii . ipie .cut un r   Von Pe.
]) iblu   (Oiilidence
Indian Ruler Loyal to King
I on.Inn. rugkii-i���\N ilh chancel
istu lot abv and devotion io lhe Biit
i-h (VoVM', th.   Maharajah of Bikavn,!
m  \kw   t��i    the   \ gh.in violation  of
Jtiitish   1(iutor\,   h..s    timing   his   re
tO    SHli7l'inil!l       ou
'ground that tin' Hsu'enls of 1 lechten-
sttin do not v lslT ���<���> bc tut 01T f>om
\i��*i na
j     Iicchtsd��tiii'     tht     llu 1 cl    snull.-1
islat.  in Puropt, Ins bitw.tt' the pi<>-
pc ac
Canadian Flier m Gieat Race
New    York���explain    J   i\ Bovd.
Canadian aviator who was shot clown
by German    auti-..:rciafl guns  while
fl} ing
Federated   Union   leaders, was   ouf-tavoid capture    bv   guiding    bi- plane
spoken in his advice to   United Slates'mto   Dutch   territoiv    where   he   was
labor to support a stiong Labor party
"Wc are more happy in Australia lhan
vou arc here in the United Slates,'' he
said, "because w-c had sense cnoagli
lo orgt.iii/e and obtain the needed reforms
"Each worker lsae two arms���a po-
tied behind yovt back.''
Turning bis attention to newspapermen present, Mr. Mutch, -pho v?as
organiser of thc Union of Newspaper
start a Sims!?:
ted States.
inovcmrn   in thc Utii-
in<crned October 3, 1915, announced
himself here as an entry to thc race
of the London Daily Mail for the
purse of $50,000 for a iion-st'~>p trans-
Atlantic ilight
Captain    Boyd    is    making    tiiial
plans foi his flight and will leave for
lineal    arm    and an industrial   arm. Newfoundland by the middle of June
Don't fight the battle with one arm
Aeroplane Trip Over Egyptian Desert
London, England.���Colonel Wilson,
one of the com Banders of thc British
forces in Mesopotamia, has arrived i'i
Men In Auiiraha, advised    thcia    toj Enplane! after an aeroplane iny frors
Mosul, by vray of the Egyptian desert
'and Cairo,   lhe tnp lasted a w<��k.
roi'tt n net, pl.t < d at the thspo
-al e>f Rini tTi.ngi his pusoii.il scr^
vices md ill th. r.so.ire^s 01 his
si.iie. It vull be 11membeie.I tliat <iie
Mah.ir.ijah 01 Ihk.unr w is the first o.
the Indian ruling pimces to make the
same oflVi to the Kiiig-Piupfror 1-1
the lirst aivs ot jiu v ir. 111 \ugust,
vnue of \oiarlbeig and S.vit/trl.i'id
It h'ts a pomil'tm:   of aim-it 10,000
I 01 11 010 than u 1) eenniMcs I ice'i
tciisiom w��'s  . f! Mil  n      1 >tc    hui   ii
ISO'), when   \u-iiii din   I'i.'s^i.i w.iit
to v ?'. Iicc'ilfistiin Ji.tn^ tl ,;- .11.
gi.'Ut e to Austri 1
"the sui.Ji staf has ,������> arnit
;iii  is .1  I'lottsunt  Centralist
It is c\pe-ted that a pap il delegate
will be 'out to Bcihn, thus d<-paitiiih
lio'u dipiotr lik tiae'ition Moi'signu,
P u till, jiniiur to tne fo'iiKi Bnv.Mii.i
lOiin, h.'s gone to Swits." ildnd and i-
not opened to return *o Havana
German Securities
Brop in Price
State Loans and Shipping Shares
Wei e Particularly Affected
London, UngLnid���A Geininn v, lre-
Icss message states that on the ic-
opeunig oi the Berlin Bowse .1 great
drop 111 pikes set in, dinotintmg m
ccit.ui' cases to as much as -+0 per
cut, but that some set unties saov.ee}
a recovery during the wiik CeniuMS
SL.itc loutis and shipping sb,vu, v,cn\
pailuulaih aflectet' Tht, Ihesdcnef
Bank a.id the Deutsche Bauk nspect-
nel> have amiouncccl icductions of
i'/j and 2 pe. lent 111 their dividends.
In tu- eas.e 01 both ihe institutions
an appriciabh iucu*ise ol ������dt'ors -,t,
notu eabh
Ameiieaii Propeity in Geimany
Beilm���It io amiouiici d odicially
that tn.rm.irv is icady lo in 1 .nit an
Amciic.in commission to enlir Gcr-
iiim} tc the puiposo 01 obtaining i.i-
lormation concerning Ann lican prop
e't\ note, ptouded, hr>v*c\et, that
Gei man .epiescntativos be a'loetel to
go to the I mted "sttiiCt, on l( c;iiU41ji
mis-ion uncki ��� gjjrant e of coi..-
pktc   '"recttom of nioVjiir-M
Gallows for Pio^teers
ti'iieva���lhc infillniUd poj U...CI
111 Prague oncted g.dlows 111 tho pim-
cipil streets, whither thej corduetecJ
s/ lood profiteers, and thie.itencti to
hang them inks- the} took the oath
that they would sc!i then waits .-.<
rcason.ilh ptict-. sa}3 a di-patcb
fiom that citv Al' the rbtged 5 rof t
ter- iiviL the Cot!'
Insure Against Riot
Montreal   ���  Matiula "luring pluiit":
and    w hob sale   houses    in Mortreal
have Ink' n nearly twentv  million e'ol-
���    , ts IT^X     Tr"-. ,     s- .lars in riot insurance sir.ee the    oo.t-
bced Russia Whei,. Kolshe Gone      .,.,,,
T       , ,,.       ���    ,       , . ,   ,  break of the \\ 11111,peg strike, atrord-
London.���Jut alb.d and associated ,   .
, . , ing to an esliiiirie made nv insurance
powers havc   made arrangements   to I     . , ,       ,,
.     ,  ,, , , , twnters in this eilv     Rate- on not 111-
icd J etrograel ami render assisianc; ..,,-.
surane.-.     usurm '
over Zebrt.gge.     m..tugtd to'1"  thc  starung  populatirn  aflcr  the l$lG0
expulsion of the Bolshevik*. Herbert
C. Hoover, the* head of the allied relief, has the details in hand. It is
hoped that iclief will be in the city
within thir.}-six hours aftcr the Bolsheviki withdraw.
Ma}.  19i;
aiithonti 5
1b-1.1t IS    t cnt�� 0.1
ml  bv th
Labor Troubles
lorotito ��� "Weirk oie.Ucs v\oik,
that is the point the men in tlie shop
don't get," *asrt T A Russell to the
Industrial Rekit.ons Commission Hi
elcclpred that organucd labor "inst
.bring  some  conservative  plan  whuh
have   trebled   throughout since .
I would avoid the l.milaMon <ji pruduc
|tion before  thev would be v ckonn
India Home Rule I^lans
London. ���Edwin Samuel Montague
"JCeictary for Imin, announced that
he Impel to introduie early in June
'.' government bill tor Uie reform of
tltc government ot Iinbri II- said
that the kfl stone of this reform
would be the tr-m-nraice of power
from the bureau.. 1,10 to tho people,
which, he add d. '".iv pcrhapc bc
gr?d'iil but real "   ur> stage.'
To Punish Turks
London.���In reply to Capt. Orm-b>
j Gore in the house of coin-rons. C^cil
jllarmsw'orth, i��udei secretary of for-
ugn affairs, has stated that thc whereabouts of Eu^ci Pasha and Talai.t
Bey vve-rc tir.ki.own at preseTt, but thc
government was determined to bring
them to account t>r ihcii .��t-orities
dimng tbe wau
It w?s undcr-tood the pcarc treat}
viih Turkev wonl.t provide for thi��.
W.      N.
I with open amis by the employer-
T A Russell, of thc Russell Mote
Car Cornpanv, dcelotcd that there was
a desire on the part of the employer
to get to the bottom of the labor difficulties. In his opinion the unrcfl
was due ip part lo a laudable disregard of everyone to improvt his po-i-
Neither employers 1101 emplo}ces
had been to blame in the paft. The
cmplojcrs had prdd attention too
elosclj to keeping- wages dovn.T'd
cmplojccs of gctiii'g thcm out, v\lih-
out au  t} e to the vital    matter    of
thought, would stt back tin" i.I.ttio.n
between the ornplover a'ld cmp'o}od
for t-ea-s It was not called oh account oi a* j gueva'ice 01 urgency oil
tho men workmg m the ".V^ 1'itt was
an o'.t-i 1    iiiatti r
1     'Jhcit  -ho'dd be in hi�� view  i'o m-
' srrierciit-e    v itli    leadt rsbip.    and tc
jguianttr th it .* is.trol uni-t re: jain in
jtbc   hand-   ot   capita' He   laborer
could go elsewhere it his employment
did not si'i: him, while mve-ted capie
t..l cctdd not.
It va* a mistake to limit below 4*
honn *he week's workup hour* botlf
from a national and froi . tli_ "tei.**
Trtltn Dogge't -ecrttar; 01 the in*
dustrlrl coancil of briMing iradt--?. de<
elarcd th- uore^t to l��i due to th4
workei\ fc.r of old age ior whieh
thtrr was no j>ro\isto*\ and to th*
vMi!" profiteers  bad ru.l   wild hi  C*��-
The present    >trikc? lie j ada.
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frock to jmake a summer.     It
takes a silk suit, more particularly than anything else. . And
the silk suits of this summer are
the most smartly individual things
that you ever did see.
If you have fallen victim to the
incomparable grace of the cape,
you are not going to look beyond
this stunning cape suit. It's an
oyster white tussah, and the short
cape of it is a series of wonderfully
pretty ripples in back. Maybe,
tho, you want to repeat the success of your spring box suit. To
be" sure, it's an eminently becoming thing where it is becoming.
It's much more than that developed in a lustrous creamy white
satin.   Just see for yourself.  - -
Yes, the blouse line is fetching.
But it hassits limits���to youth or.at
least to youthful figures. The one
shown is developed in that favorite
of the mode, moire. Navy blue
moire it is, with a dash of brightness in its Chinese red vest. ' Is
moire "old"? Decidedly not, in a
bloused suit.
Behold Ae real live feminine sport togged olit-in rbUghsilkcrepe X'x'
and brushed wool. Mark the chic directness ;b? the fe^ndtKe !S
arresting way tnat wool has of making a sto]e collar that' r^hs oilX-X-
into great, convenient pockets. 7 ;X_x
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it s as charming as this one pictured.    Here's^ iridividuaiityv to: be : >
sure, the engaging sort  all in a gorgeously 3oVel^blacksati^someV V
heavy white crepe de chine, and then   some .dashing; bits -oF em-- -.
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With Paris Commune
(1) Homestead on the-Kootenay Biver. (3) Summit of the Simpson Pass���line of tho
(2) Camp in the forest of tlie Kootenay Valley. Great Divide separating Alberta and British
,.""." - Gnliin&hifl.
The    first trip    over the   .Simpson
Pass  through lhc    Canadian    Pacific
crossing at the .same lime last  year,
and we ourselves had heen warned to
^Rockies was madc by Sir George
Simpson, governor of the Hudson's
Bay Company, in 1841, and formed
purl of the first rccoideel overland
tour round the world, that-is to say,
acioss the North American continent,
and by way of Sibeiia and Russia, occupying about nine months, and thc
subject of considerable literature. Jimv
IBiewster, the famous guide and outfitter al Banff, discovered the" fallen
lice on the summit of the pass on
which the-travellers left their recoid.
Fired by thc ambition to cioss this
pass, 1 set out one day this summci,
with two guides, ten ponies and
campiiij^outfit and, supplies for six or
seven days-.-Jim Brewster sent these
over from Banff to Invcrincrc, at lhc
"headwater* of thc Columbia Valley,
where I had promised lo wait for
them. Close to Invcmier.c arc thc -e-
inains of Kootenai House, au otiipost
of the Nor'-YVcst Trading Company
established by David Thompson in
1908. Now there is a comfortable
little tourist hotel, much appreciated
by motorists vvho use thc excellent!
government road-tlnough thc upper
Columbia Valley.   .
On our first day's ride wc stopped
off for'a swim at-the hot radium-
water springs of Sinclair Canyon,
where St. John Harmswoilh, brother
of the famous' Lord Northcliflfe, and
himself proprietor of thc still moic
famous Pcrrier water, built a concrete
bathing pool under thc"springs which
poms its naturally vvainf vvalci out'of
the rock. At night'wc foui-d shelter
in a homesteader'^ cabin, the owner
of which was away at thc war and
hospitable enough lo leave the latch
loose. Next day wc were in thc forests of thc Kootenay���a wonderful
report for big game, judging by  tiie
Geimany    Defeated,    Insurrectionary
Body Defied Republicans at
_ Weimar
The course anel cncl of the .Munich
commune ^closely paiallel the icign
.md fall of the Paris commune of 1871.
With Gei many defeated in "the recent woild-war, an army of occupation along the Rhine, ,md the- i.bcrt
government trying to fashion a ic-
puulie out of thc iitiiis of knisciism,
the insurrectionaly body styling itself
llie^i'ommune easily obtained possession of .Munich, the Bav.uian capital,
and defied the lcpublicans at YV'eimai
Hostages wcrc seized, and when Prussian, tioops moved against ihem the
Red.', threatened to sack "the niost_
beautiful city in Kuropc" and massacre lhc Muncliencrs. ft was only]
aftei shaip-lighting Hint the republi-'
can tioops obtained posses-don of the
city. Then it was found that a number of the hostages had been muieler-
ed. The Red leader was coiui-mai-
ti.iled and shot
In 1871, following the tiiumph of
Hismarck and lhe fall of Napoleon II.,
the  new   h'rcneh  republic,  scarce  jet
"Hut between  these    kindred  foiin-jfull horn, was at'dcath giips with the
tains the    common- progeny    of  the Reds as the communists, as ihey now
postpone our trip. However, we found same   s,nov\') wreaths,   there' was   this'style
a ford where we did not even havc to
swim our horses, and next day vvcrc
on thc banks of thc Vermillion River,
fiilo tlic Vermillion pours the raging
themselves.      On  the  third of
remarkable difference of temperature! March   lhc\ German  army of occupa
r\ftung Canada^
"Re Prepared"
that the souice of the Columbia showed -10 degrees^ while thai of the S.is-
kalchcvvan raised the nu-icuiy lo SSVX
torrent of thc  Simpson, which'itself degrees,  the  thermometer meanwhile
is fed from thc melting glaciers of the
snovvclad Rockies high above. At
least one cyclone seemed to have
swept down its* valley, anel the river
itself had washed away several corners so that our trail had lo bc-madc,
or found anew on many a mile.
Once while Ed. Dawson, the leading guide, was hacking a trail Ihiough
a deadfall, his saddle pony look il into
ils head to ciogs. thc 'torrent. " The
packpomes followed suit, and before
wc could stop-thcin our camp and
most of all our food supplies-,wcre on
the wrong side of the most "vicious-
looking water I ever care to see.
There was nothing lo do but follow,
and evidently wc gotvacross���else how-
could this "talc have ever been told'
As we approached thc summit of the
_pass, one grizzly left a visiting card
such ps grizzlies do leave���scented ���
upon thc tiail and again wo saw deer.
The summit, according to the
guides, should be ten feet deep in
snow, and thc description given by-
Sir George'Simpson gave thc same
anticipation: "We vvcrc surrounded
by peaks and crags on vyhosc summits
lay, perpetual snow; and the only
sounds which disturbed the solitude
were lhc crackling of prostrate blanches under the tread of our horses,
anel the roaiing of the stream as it
le.ipccl-dovvii its rocky course.
"About seven hours of hard work
brought us to the height of land, lhc
hinge, as it were,-between the eastern
and western waters.    Wc breakfasted
striking ^s high as 71 elcgiees in  the
National Rcserye Capital
(Prom 'llie London .Times)
Th.it F.nglish men and  women are
tion had evacuated Paris, anil fifteen
days later the insurrectionary body j capable of supreme self discipline and
or organized mob calling itself the, self sacrifice in bonis of emcigcncy
commune was in full possession of thej none can doubt; but it a nation is to
city, defying    thc republican    govern-I bc truly great a pcimaneni and steady
meiu at Versailles and tlnealeniiig if
."From    the   vicinity   of   perpetual attacked to destroy Paiis and execute
snow, vse estimated  the  elevation  of'the iepublie.au hostages    whom  thcy
tliC'hciyhl of land to bc seven or eight
thousand feet above the level of the
sea, while the surrounding peaks appeared to lise ncaily half that altitude
above ourjicaels."
Wc om selves found thc snow all
gone and our horses found sweet and
ample pastiue on an Alpine meadow.
As wc looked back fiom the Great Divide upon the mounlains-of the Selkirk^, wc had as line a panoiama as
auy ailist could dcsiic ��� nigged outlines capped and fringed with pcipet-
ual snow.
The Banff side of the summit comes
within the jurisdiction of the Dominion Government, anel its supciinlcnd-
eni of parks was good enough lo provide us with a 11ail which really v\as
a tiail. To the right up Healy Creek
we had a glimpse of "Mount Assini-
boine, the giant of these giant mountains���only a glimpse, however, for
in a minute his head was caught in a
turban of clouds. Thence without adventure except for a plague of mos-
ejuitoes we reached the C.P.R. Hotel
at Ban ft, ajivc with summer tourists
who found in our cavalcade a lilting
subject for iiuiumcr.iblc s_mipshots.
The fishing,"tv may  say in passinp.j
which one gets on  such a trip, is "of J
the very best.' livery" creek, every poo!
^ceius to he slocked witlt^-four, all inquisitive about the naluic of the flv.
had seized. Peace negotiations with
Geimany were held in abeyance until
the new republic couid show its
authority,  and il  was "intimated  that
force for righteousness in the world,
that spirit of self discipline must in-
foim lhe struggles of peace as well
as lhc agonies of wai. Su _Robcit
Bad en-Powell gi aspect this fact after
the South African vear and made his
great bid for the suffrage of the  ris-
Not So Sick
Potential Wealth of China Said to Be
China's position as one of the sick
nations of thc earth docs not seem
so hopeless if one considers what hci
naliual lesourccs art.
"No man," say* Thc World Outlook, ''has computed thcm, There is
enough coal in the one piovincc of
Sh.ii\si to lasl the cntuc A\oild for
sonic hunch ed�� of vcais
"China has also gieil non mines
The copper mines ot S/echuan and
Vminan arc very lich ai'd may nuke
China the greatest eoppei pioducmg
nation in the voilcl She ii now producing u large amount of antimony
There are possibilities of trolel and silver in North China and in the mountains of Pastern Tibet
Notable Features
Of NC Seaplanes
Rendered   Remarkable   Eveo   From
Standpoint of Aeroplar-i
Trcpassty, Newfoundland ��� The
NC seaplanes, winch have been specially built foi lhc trip acioss the Atlantic, picscnt a number ot fcaimes
which lcndei them icuuikablc even
from the standpoint of aeroplane cou-
'lhc hull oi boat piopei, foi ev.iin-
ple, is 15 feel lout, and is divided by
live bulkheads into siv water-tight
compartments, vvilh wall r-tight doors
in a wing passage for access lhc
forw.ud compaitmcnt has a cockpit
for the lookout and navigaloi In lhe
nctt eoinp.u tmciil aic seatcel side by
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"Iherc arc  even unl.eaid  of p0SSIUule the principal pilot, 01 avidioi, ami
iliiics in Chinese ag.iuiluiic     'J hen !,lls 'l^<sUnt     Vu comes a cotiipari-
bniiies in ciimcsc ag
land is constantly cmichcel and irrigated, and after 5,000 \oais thc Chinese faims still avenge fiom two to
four crops a year."
xldmits Every Accusation
Geimany  might  find  it  necessary  to j ing generation.   Thc struggle foi self
rp-occupy^ Paris. Largc bodies of
French piisoneis held by Germany
wcic icleascel lo icinforcc thc French
republican forces undci MacMahon,
and the pressuic against Paris continued with increasing vigor. Before
the middle of May it vvas evident that
thc commune could nol hold out much
longer; and thc Reds began carrying
out their threats, pulling down the Co-
lonnc Vendome, destroying many
public buildings, including the palace
of thc Tullciies, and massaciing a
large number of hostages, among
them being M. Darboy, archbishop of
the city On May 27 was fought in
the ccrnclciy of Pcre-lc-Chaise the
bloody hand-to-hand struggle which
brought to a close the Paris commune. Many of the leaders v>i;c executed, others imprisoned oi banished.
Thc fall of the Paiis commune
marked the ascendency of the French.
I republic;' thc Ebcit republicans pro-
j fess to see in thc fall of Munich thc
collapse of the last impoitaiit communist stionghold in Gcrmanv.���Detroit Free Press.
expression and self discipline takes
foi thc moment its most effective and
practical expicssion in a bioael movc-
incnt'aniongst the joung which comprises not only the Boy Scouts ancl
thc Girl Guides oigani^ations, but the
various brigades for boys which have
multiplied since the Boys' Biigade
vvas founded in 188,3. Thcic are in
the JJnitcd Kingdom today some two
million lads of trainable age, and- as
many oi more girls. Thcy arc the
national reserve capital. What arc wc
doing not only to preserve but to
laise llic capital to its highest value?
We havc done as a nation little
enough, but in the decade which is
now ending Sir Robert Baden Powell
and othci not less devoted woikcrs
have madc experiments on a great
scale and have shown that the spirit
of advcntuic and of scivictv, can bc
harnessed lo thc highest pui poses of
I life, and that energies which generation by generation have been pei verted to evil U3C5 can bc u^cd as the
foundation  of good citizenship.
Slightest Realization of
What Hc Confesses
Thai anut/ing n.iivellc with which
Gciman sophistication is so thickly
streaked came lo finest flower and
very culminating blossom in a slate-,
mcnt by a Bcihn cdiioi who, like several of liu kind, fincU the terms of
the peace treaty objeciiomible. "We
have, before lis," he writes, "the heroic example of little Belgium,, which
in similar circumstances held out for
four yca^is. What Belgium could do
we must elo."
To appreciate this one must recall
the violent epithets of which German
comment on thc peace treaty offered
to them so largely has consisted and
the fcrocitv with which thcy havc
characterized the Allies for attempting to impose terms so severe on a
couqucicd country. All these epithets
and chaiactcrizations, by what he
says,  thc  Gci man  turns  ou his. own
ment'foi the members oi the crcv\ off
v\ itch to ust ot sleep. Aflcr this
theie arc two comp u tmcnls eonl,lining the gasoline tanks fwhcie a mechanician is in attendance), and finally
a spapc for the la^ho man and his apparatus.
The tail in this e i.ifL is unique .md
resenibhs no othei flying machine.
This tail stiuctuie is supported by
three hollow spuiee booms biaced by
steel cable in such a way as to reman;
clear of all bieakmg seas ancl to pei-
init a machine gun to be fired stiaight
| aft from the stern coinputmcnt without intci fcicnce __   v
The foil) Libeitv engines which
drive thc boat a-e mounted between
the wings. At -400 hoisc-powcr pei engine, the maximum powci is 1,600
horse-pow ei
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Food Shipments Limited
New York���Gcim.ui-Amciicans in
thc United Stales are to bc permitted
by the Wai Tiadt Board to send eti-
lain foodstuffs, including condensed
milk and sugai, but no perishable articles, to relatives m Gci many, by the
steamship Thal.i, charteicd by thc
Balkan-Ami iican Fxpicss & Naviga-
govcrnment and people, and yet ap-   lion Company     No othei .uncles, not
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parcntly he is without thc slightest
leali-jation of what, by clear implication,  hc  confesses.
For a German to call Belgium "hc-
loic" is something new. Il isalso in a
way amusing, since it shows that
when Germans want lo express thc
very limit of oppression and brutality
they use their own conduct in the
country thcy invaded and enslaved.���
1-Toni the New York Times.
Over Five Miles High
Pan's. ��� Adjutant Casal, a French
aviator, in a flight for altitude, ascended 31,000  feet.      This  constitutes  a
w'Oild's record.
while these willing fecdcis of two op-  head  to  our  ciedit   on  the  Si
tracks wc saw    aiurthe animals  we at once fiom. thc crystal  sbuiccs of
even met���two black bcai and a clcci-1 the Columbia and the  Saskatchewan,
ori\the trail  with  moose paths worn
deep    like    small    Devonshire    lanes
along the meadows beside thc river.
The Kootenay River had  a rather
bad reputation.      Two    parties Avcrc
on thc level isthmus, which did not [Brown hackle rind grey hackle are al-
cxcccd fourteen paces in width, filling.v.ays deadly Thc icd flics such a^
om   kettles  for this one" lonely  meal I Panuaclicne    Belle, do not    seem  to
elrowlicd in thc attempt to make the Hy"of thc scene.
positc oceans, murmuring over their
beds of mossy stones, as if to bid each
olhcr a long farewell, could hardly
fail to attune our minds to thc sublim-
takc so well in these wateis. There
wcre'bot-h   Dolly    Vunh'ii and Stecl-
averaging a Htlle over v. pound. In
th.e Kootenay the trout lan up to tw'o
and three pounds anel woic very game,
lhous;h shy in thc middle of the dav.
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From Liner to
Seaplane Carrier
Strange   British   Vessel   Sailed   Seas
During War
_ _M:iA_>l_a _slia_nge_ycs'__el_s,-iilcd     tlie
seas under the British flag between
-1914 and 1919, but few stranger than
II.M. seaplane-carrying ship "Argus."
Wilh a level platform extending from
the bow to the stern, shc looked like
a portion of a dock wall which had
floated out to sea. Thc absence of
funnels, masts, and thc usual picturesque upper vvoiks combined wilh
"dazzle" pointing of the hull (for the
purposes of concealment) to render
her anything like n thing of beauty,
but from the engineering point of
view she was a joy for ever. Shc began existence as a first-class passenger and cargo steamer, but before her
hull wa�� finished thc war broke otil
and thc Admiralty decided lo finish
hei'as-a seaplane carrier. The shelter
deck was transformed into a hangar,
vvitli the workshops; and above it was
elected'the flying deck from which
the planes could rise mid on which
theV could land. Elaborate experiments vvcrc made to discover thc
structure best suited to prevent eddies which vvould disturb thc planes
on landing, and an ingenious system
of horizontal funnels, discharging at
thc stern, had to be designed lo carry
the hot gases clear of the flying deck.
The navigating bridge vvas placed under the flying deck and near thc bow,
but the chart house vvas placed on a
hydraulic lift so that i: could bc raised clear of the flying deck in order to
command an open view. Jileetiie lifts
v^cic installed to raise the aeroplanes
from the hangar to the flying deck,
and at thc stern and amidships were
placed electric cranes for hoisting
planes from the water.. At night thc
flying deck was illuminated to guide
the pilots when landing. In every respect thc ship vvas a complete success ar.ri rcf ccicd great credit -on thc
liritish engineers and shipbuilders
who improvised her under the stiess
of war.
Poison Gas for the Farmer
May Play Some Part in Assisting
Agriculturists as a Plague
'The British Board of Agriculture
aic��� conducting- u series -of expeii-
ments with thc object of asceitaining
whether itjs possible lo find a commercial use" for the poison gas now
lying idle on ihe"hands of thc government, ft is thought that it may play
some part iu assisting agriculturists
as a plague killer. To this end an
experiment was ti icd a few days ago
j vv itli chlorine as a rat killing agcfit.
It is icported that il was successful
in that il thoroughly destroyed the
rodents, but the soldiers operating
the gas had lo wear lhcir masks and
the unpiotccied onlookers had to keep
thirty or forty yards away.
The more deadly form of tiuc "poison  gas''    lias  been  -suggested  as  a
The Farm as a University
Austria Losing- Art Treasure,
Say  Objects Were  Not Stolen  from
\ lcnna. ��� Thc seizing by Italy of
many of ihe finest woiks in the fine
arts museum here ancl its demand"1 for
many more, is likely to cause as much
bitterness and resentment a' an-- i.v
nor acts duiing oi since ihe war. Ai'
societies and art wi iters hese and {:
Switzerland and clsewheie havc entered encigetic protests against v\h;il tlu
Ausliians call "theft "
Italian claims lo pictuies* and \)
other exhibits thcy have taken aic
that thcy oiiginally ~ were seized
from Italy or they were taken iu compensation for���works- -of ���art���destroy-
A  pieferred    rreditoi
never troubles you.
one who
Recurrence of "Flu" '
Chapleau.���The "flu" has broken out
here again. Twenty-six cases arc reported and ivvo deaths from thc epidemic" occurred Monday.
even soap, may bc sen I
The spnit of politeness is a ceiUiia
attention to contrive that, by our
words and maimcis others may be
pleased vvitli us ancl with themselves.
If a neb man tells yoiv that the
greatest happiness is found in poverty remind him of what David said
in his, haste n
Sonic poets soar upwaul aftci thc
infinite, while others remain oa
earth and satisfy then longing with
pork and beans
. lt is as haul to impose on some
men thc second time as it vvas easy
to impose on them the fust time.
People who   arc   into\>'cated
music must bc air tight.
w ith
The-Place Where You Learn All of
Nature's Lesson
Jn  the    countiy how    eaily a boy
karns lhat^_\vji_en_it_is_linir_io get hay
in it i�� lime lo get it in; lhat when a!eel in Italv  during the war.   The Hal
sloim comes up yotu  hafis either in
the bam or spoiled; >hat when spiing-
times comes, if you are going to have
a garden you have to plant your seed.
You  can't  aiguc    with'vour parents
about it or convince yourself that another .week    will elo:  and you  can't
plant vegetable seed and get a flower
garden      You  early   wake  up   to  the
fact   tliat you  work   light  along  Na-
lure's   niles   without  any  theories    if
you want success, X.ilure is fai more
ruthless   than   r-choolmasteis   or  parents     Sim never makes exuises hcr-
jself aud she mvci accept-, apologies.
j     And so  it,seems  that   Lincoln was
thinking vciv stiaight and \er\   true
caterpillar slayer, pud in the hands of j v,i.,.��� |���. s;,;j |ti;i, ;t u:',s ,|���. lllL,sl vaI.
an expert good results might be cdi-'valjie ���f all aits to i;< I a comioitablc
taincd, but there is too much danger [ jj\ ;���,. ,>,-,.,, tl MUi,n aiCi, 0|- ���oi, llc
both to vegetation and to human lifejt|;t| ,KJj mi<l,: j..^ the .!Mtcrial things
for  it   to  become  commereialh   use-j t!i,lt v ou can take .ml e.f th
���-oil,    He
Germany's Demands
, was too wiv" lur thai H>- i team that
'it was doubly vah'.-iMe because, bc-
Tsidos making a livelihood,    you le
ians demand payment in kind, an eye
for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
'llic Ausliians say the objects wcic
not stolen from Italy; they v,eie
bought or gis'cn to the owners; they
have   a  clear   title   lo   them,  and,   as
for the objects destroyed dining the j r>c,ciiic Railway, are happv and pro
war in  Italy,  they were  few and  of'
not gieat importance.
The rivers and lakes in the vicinity
of Cianbrook, British Columbia, on
ihe Crow's Xesl line of thc Canadian
hfic haunts for lovcis of fishing. All
the >i natci.s ���ie well slocked with
mountain or eut-thtoal irout. rainbow
troul, Dolly Vaidcn ti out, bull trout,
landlocked salmon or Kamloops"trout.
FKcelleut catches rue made in thc
fishing -cason. Foiemost amongst thc
fishing wateis of this region arc: St.
Maiv's Lake iMid rivei, Kootenay ri-
with what thcy have already removed j ver, Moyie Lake and liver. Gold
and demand a hundred more. At the Creek, IVny Creek Lake, Doyle's
invitation of Dr. Gustav Glucck, direc- Lake, ,md Premier Lidce. Perhaps the
tor of the Fine Atts Museum, _Dr. favorite rendezvous is Premier Lake.
Buschbeck, his assistant, took nic j This lake is situated about 38 miles
through thc gallery to show what the] from   Cranbrook,    It  is   three  and a
Woiks ahcady taken, the Ausliians
estimate, wcrc worth $61:0,000,000, and.
were clearly thc property of Austria
under lhe treaty with Italy in 1S6S,
where it vvas expressly provided Aus-
tiia should retain thcm in consideration of gifts whieh thc cmpcior made
to Venice.
But  lhc  Italians  are  not     content
lrn I Italian claims, ii granted, would elo     .half miles lone
ParLs.-lt    is understood    that the jail of Katun's lessons.    Vou grow toj    \# cvcr'    h'a'��� grcal ,Verc lhc blank' Mountains sunoimd il on every side,
Geimans in  their    coimlc.-proposals] estimate^ life from her Manda.ds, io,,; OIl ,lu. wa���s madc by lllp al.,
will demand that  thc allies  evacuate! realise that her unflinching ways arc.��
.      .    ,. | - =���   ������"-'���' ���negcd icmoval of splendid pictures bv i ible outlet for the waters. Springs that
tcnitory occupied in Germany w>thm;good ways    and her< friendly    moods; ������  Tln1irn,     Tl ���as   ,,In5.,   froul Vc'.isc adjacent to thc lake and sticams
j ���
four months of the signature of    the, wonderful io <���]���
.ire. ���Fai mers'  Maga-
thc Italians. - It was   plain   from   mc
i size and  position of the-.sp.ices  t_ie\ , irom the'mountain 'ides gusli to icst
their former colonics
N��gro Bathes in Kaiser's Tub
Coble'inz.���Lee Patterson, a ne^ro
lightweight champion of thc American
expeditionary forces, has the distinction of being the first,American soldier to bathe in the e-c-kaiscr's bathtub at the palace in Xcuenahr. Patterson made a hot tub part of hi-*
training. ~ "It's a pretty good tub,"
was his comment.
There a?
W.      N.      U.      1265
numerous hair tonics on
but notliin? will stop
some men's hair from failing- r^t ���
execpf'death cr divorce.
rrri nt t-lo-,t" - of    . i rni activities.    l;ii
thr same pfriod the three fields  now
being closed turned out 1,475 finished
aviators, most of^whom were sent to
the western front.
tluu^jm any   room, he vvould Into find .e red placard.
\ * i
'Planes in Fire Protection
Landlocked   salmon '"catiglit.-i.it  Premier Lake.  British
Colombia, on May loth..1918.
quarters of an inch long. A prophecyjaisd incubated. The enterprise ,was" a fly " is used generally v.iti access,
was made that the fry within four Jn,fic success, and fry we're-:'distribut- Trolling will bring good results ia St,
ycars would develop into fish weigh-jed; 75,000 in St. Jfarv's Lake, 12,000 Mar'v's. Dovlc and Prcndir lakes.
Unpaid billc    are    sometimes
sourer of a r��>Ss bc��t efforts.
I wireless  comi.-cti'-m, so  that no time, member    7th,   1017.  ?rti    iorr-^J   ir.c  <ii��.tncls m
[will be !o=t in '''--r-atchinu f>i     ?!.'.ers; Jrai'bro'A.    District    Rcl   ar.d    Gnu!     Thc best
the, to the s^ene <���; t>o 'Ire ��� !'���!... Ilaih jciuh  A hatchrrv ��\^s st.iri.cd m Cr?r*-
wners is !���
om r,E?v
jb'.ook; .v-VVO s-ggs wcrc brouj,U in [from At.gust i to Srrpicr.sL.cr-38.   Th
rsn- to a  e-^ci  Wdsr.  with  fldendid
tor i'-sliirg ��hesc|trc-ut, z'.c fshem. ,t ,'.ill brlrg homz
io June Ir, andi^-i;!! him .'.ci^ories oi a landscape as
fair ���� thc c^c ua amy^htxc feeioM.
-��jr--^TB��-   "wafers
-Sr^^S '���'$?(����k1iii
���rfiflw wTiTVz��iKCC*i*<�� mufnrw h JWM^ncwijiww���n
Cures Dizziness
its Headaches
Puts   Vim,   Snap.   Vitality   and
Briskness Into Run-down
Men and Women
''The discipline
mililarv  forces  ot
or     tne
year 1918,"    states  the    roporl, "wa:
distinctly    satisfactory, and    this wa:
largely due    to  the  efficient adminis
ovcrs.-as J Danes Returning'
for     1 h C i rrt     ct   I l * ~
To Scmeswig
! To      Vote
itrmiou and discipline, by commanding}
���officers, und to the esprit de corps j
[which had been nourished and clevcl-1
| oped among all ranks of the Canadian'
| forces.''
- Yo:; who are nervous, tired and
idayed out can ij.uickly get buck thc
best of health by purifying and enriching- ihe blood with Dr. .Hamilton's
i'ills.      This wonderful  medicine will  Belgian Engineer Says Factories Are
Germans Using- "
Stolen Machinery
in Full Swing-
process    ot    extracting    from
the machinery she has Sloan arduous one.
engineer who has just  returned
a quest in lhc neighborhood of
make  you  feel   hei ter  the.     first day. j
���\   real  assistant  io  nature,     full     oil     -|-i,
"oning-up power ��� these are liealih-   ,-
renewing principles in Dr. Hamilton's jv"" ruiall>'
I'ills that aeeomiilish  so much  good, jhmis
. \'our liver will'work right if t'cftied ���     An
-villi Dr. Hamilton's Pills.    Thc. bow-! {mm
tl^u^in^Lxl 'fe.^Sachi^'r6 fOW,Ul J"0l,r ��Ul ��f lhc ciKhty
will be put in order, digestion'will be, machines removed from his works.be-
pcriVct.  ami   as  :\  r.:s;ik  your  health j Uvcen Jan.  8,  1015, and Deo.  7,  1917.
is bound to be permanently improved, j H0 discovered incidentally lhal eight
IX be always in good spirits, io en-1 ,ii,,_.   i,��� i   i,��� i     ,   .      ,     ,,    ���
iov vour mcais.lo sleep well and have h:l,,c"s  !'a'!   b���'   'vorkc'1   U>   (1<;al;h  U1
Vits'of encrgv to work with, use Dr.! t.ermany, aud knows  iliat iour more
Hamilton's Pills regularly.    No modi-j ar
cine for general   family use so  good.'of
Sold everywhere in 2?e boxes. j j
"~     " """ i
or     Its     Return     To J
Denmark j
New 1'ork, N.V, ������- Scandinavian!
steamships are filled vvitli Danes, who
have lived, many of thcm, for many
ycars, perhaps'even half a century, in
America, who are now returning to
their native Schleswig lo vote for its
return to Denmark, according to Larsen 'Lcdet, of 'Aa-rhuus, who has recently arrived in the United States to
lake part iu the national prohibition
tours, arranged by the Anti-Saloon
"Denmark.is the. happiest couniry in
Europe." said. iir. Lcdet,'''for at last,
after 55 years, she is to regain her
Province of Schleswig. . We .want
Schleswig back becaus
Shock Left Her
Weak and Nervous
I. A Notable F.xample. of Obedience
(Gem 12:1-4). X i.:X X-y
At the command "of God.-Abraham'
went out-not knowing ... whither- lie
went (Hcb. ll';8). '.'"His-.was not the
obedience of convenience or prudence.'
To separate from home and - kindred
To all those who'suffer from ner- and-take up the life of a pilgrim was
vous shock wc'would recommend Mil-1 not easy. . Abraham  did not stop..to
or what he vvould "get out
When the system receives a shock
p�� any kind, the heart becomes weakened,- thc nerves unstrung, the. appetite poor, faint and weak feelings
come over you, you can't sleep at
night, anel you wonder if life is worth
The whereabouts
i.-.iy-J'our  are   un-
Seriiil Story
��� still in Belgium
the   remaining
ii own to him.
This ob.-.erver reports that not only
������ are
' swim
ernian    mciories    m
Unavoidably Omitted j^'V"' j1'111 lh7 huvo hco" l0n"
siderai.dv enlarged during
We  j re  obliged  M  omit  the  serial!*11''^' aDumiaut    signs
^toI���y this week, but same wiil appear \ kinjc-ly owing to the machinery stolen
��� igaiu in an earlv issue.
but we do not/wanl Holstein, because
that is too German, and is the' province whore there has been the most
trouble  for  the  last  century. _
"There: is great joy in Schleswig today, for the. vole as lo thc future
allegiance of the province, is - to bc
taken next month. .P. very where the
Danish' /lag, for the first timc in many
years, because of .Germany's prohibition, is now flying, although the'peo-
! pic  arc  still   forbidden   to   speak the
prosperity, | r,    ��� i     , ,���-���-.���.
. .   ,     I Danish    language or    to sing Damsi'
songs.      Germany is still  oppressing
burn's Heart and  Nerve Pills as the  ns^. -W]IV
best  remedy   "to  tone' up   the  entire \'x...      -; .
system77and strengthen the. weakened j 01 .'*���.   a lic, obedience ihat- asks . why
organs.   . j is not obedience, at all;.  : y-   77.
-Mrs.    J. J.   Bunyan,    Pilot , Butte, j    II. The Motive' of Obcelie'i-.cc,.(Joliri
Sask., writes: 'M  have used 'Milburn's j 14:21-24). ���' ''..".>���������-
Heart  and   Nerve  Pills  after  having j     ''n,~    "������i   ,-    '  \-7'    - ;��� X .'X  ,.
suffered from a terrible shock lo myj.      i'^  grand  incentive,, ot.obed.c.icc
whole, system.   1 vvas so utterly -weak, j1S >��ve to God.    flic obedience that is
it  is   Danish, | mid nervous 1 could not sleep at night j the result of fear or the hope of re-
thc war ana I
my  appetite   was   very  poor.
could not walk across th
out trembling-, all over.
"I had hot 11 ushe's and fainting
spells. When 1 was on the: second box
of your Heart and Nerve Pills, I. began lo feel that-'they were doing me
good, so 1 kept on until I had used
six boxes, ���whe-n 1 felt like a different
"I am never, without them in the
house, and highly recommend them to
all vho .sui7er with, their heart."
���Miibv.ru's Heart and Nerve. Pills arc
50c  a .box  at all  dealers,   or  mailed.
ward is not true 'obedience,''therefore
Hiffh Praise
tlic Danish- people of Schleswig even >. , ������ -r~~ ^_���_
today, but the. people .are bearing \iy Machine Guns Alarm Berlin-
i well, because-thcy know that in four
or five weeks it will be. over,     .Then
For Canadians
���.from  Belgium and France which has j
; baer. sold to then: by the German Go-!
jvcrnmcivt  for almost  nothing.       But;
i what-   is particularly    exasperating I
.that the Germans have been keeping!"," ... , .      ., ���.      . . .
..      ,,    ! thcy will put an end to all. teacning of
German iu the schools, and the province will "rejoice.
"Schleswig is about tiie most fertile
part of Denmark, and is famous for
jits butter,-eggs and bacon; it is entirely an  agricultural  count.rv.    Dur-
direet on  receipt of price by The T.
M.ilburn  Go., Limited, Toronto', Out.
their own machines for usc after .the
war and have been making munitions!
,- ��� ,  i->      ���   ���       n-    i   .-     t     j   almost entirely wilh stolen machines, i
Iroops or Dominion look tne Lead     ,..,., , .        ,  , ;>
.    ,���   ,    ,,. , ���   ... ; which, having been working., night anu:
m War's Sternest Battles i .        '...  ��  .       .,      , .��,    a.        .  ,
day with interior oil, which alone is j
fit for
available, are now mostly only
the scrap heap.
Not only does one see tiie German
machines   resting  while   .similar   Bel
gian   and  -French . machines  by   their j.
i.sidc arc at work, but stores and Gcr-, .        .      .,,, . ,,    ,-,,.-
- , ,       ���     , .,     , i America.����� Many of the ochlcswig men
ool  works are mil  of
line tools.
Thc report of-the overseas'military
forces of Canada tabled in the house
oi commons at Ottawa last week by
Sir Edward Kemp, overseas minister
of militia, contains 53o printed pages.
It is a ..comprehensive history of the
activities of the Canadian forces dur-|jnan machine
ing thc war period with definite data braml new'ma
as to the strength, of ihe personnel
of tlie.;-,various organisations at thc
timc of the signing of the armistice.
"\X welcome," says ��� Sir Edward
K.i.!iup, in a preface to thc. report, "this
opportunity of expressing to the fortes who have served in all th-alrcs in Belgians, whose works arc idle and
-^11'capacities my heartfelt apprecia- whosc workmen arc " .Unemployed,
tion of their magnificent achievement. mbre. than ever resent their not being
Wherever a.stern or difficult task had;a]jawcj to-take German substitutes in
to  be  performed,   wherever the fight jPiacc 0{ those worn out or destroyed.
The engineer suggests as the only
ing the war, production vvas practically stopped, because it was impossible to get foodstuffs from America,
ind it i.s necessary to. get food from.
This state ol things, coupletl with
the extreme difficulty, because of
German mendacity, of tracing machines or missing parts, and" with the.
enormous amount of red tape involved  in  claiming machines,  makes   the
wcrc mobilized hy Germany and.were
made lo Tight in her front lines, and
their death rate was twice as large as
that of the. Germans on that account,
���"Denmark has had..-a very harci
lime in the war. Because of her position, she was ��� unable to defend herself, anel so had to be'-friendly with
both England and Germany. But although she was neutral in deed; she
was, in her heart, entirely cm the
sidc. of the Allies." -
was fiercest, Canadian troops Were in
tlic forefront, by their valor, paliciicc,
and skill upholding and increasing a
which    will  endure
solution    that   the    Germans    sJioirlcl | A-riJllial CoSlVeiltiOll-   -.., .-;'-.-
themselves be obliged to produce all.] Of Irrig'atlOIlistS
for all j missing parts which are often hidden j
'in obscure store house, each factory Expected   to   Surpass   in   Usefulness ?f wariness, shortness of breath,-pal'-.
e ...... -...-���  .       lor and nervousness.���/    Or,course, all
time." -      .
"Further,    I    would   , express    my j shouldbe made to furnish'a list 'show-
lhanks.tb those, .in charge, of the.-ad'r,'ing .where! its  stolen "machines- came
from, and' for machines not found
within three'.'months and for .machines
unfit- for work, and..machines".destroy-
Shooting., Due to Wounded Men
- Insisting on Parading
���Benin..��� Down town Berlin was
thrown into a slate of wild excitement
by machine gun firing in tlic Unter
den Linden. Some persons in the
neighborhood fled for safety, but others swarmed to the scene. ^ The shooting was due...to a large group of wotin-'
dcel men insisting on_parading, despftc
the order of Gustavc Noskc, minister
of national defence,., prohibiting" processions during the period of martial
law. '.."��������� _""' "'���-':
Government troops broke up  their
dcmouslration bv firing in .the. air.
FALEANMEAK  "      "
Owe    Their   ! Condition    to     Weak,
Watery Blood���How to
Regain Strength !s ....
Every���'..woman's' health - is- peculiarly
dependent-upon thc condition of. .her
blood. Far too inany women suffer
with headaches, pains in the back,-
poor appetite, weak digestion, palpitation of-the heart, a constant feeling;
ministration'., and .- training'-'/of "���_��� our
forces, both in, France and in .England:!
By their efficiency., an el-,,'wholehearted
sibh'-"aiid 'they'���;.'cpn'clu;si.vcl.y���'::pr:e)v'ce^������''i6,:
.tlic world!:tlwt';theS'citiic,n^-soid:civIhi'iv
.hue d;.;!v\:'it-h:.!,. (i!hcVspii-if.; ^fcdoy ally; X\\ (t
:'seJ.f-'de'riial;'could; liXXfhe.^ac^iiyl.'6E;t:h6s:c
ii a .r" 1-at.ivic'Tofm '.the;.-'sfory; of U'lic/-i'itce'p\
!:'iipi'i'i:' eirgani_<at!Ori.^;a;iieL:7rccord .';ot;th.c:
farce;'; 'are XrcpIctc:witl'i:/;iii'fotmatipit
that" makes!;:.-';thc ��� re:portyv-pi-a'cticall.y!;a':
history'��� 6f>t|ie.S'vyitr; .-���'..A.-;.'-la'rgC;-;iii3.rl;ipii'!
���%f .t.l)e';y,oliVniC'"is:::.deyO'|c
���tipiis!'.J>V-iW.lii'eh":lite ':!Cafiadiaii.v:;': Xbrecs,
fjjf :y do n fl tei;';. with:. j;a acq mpa:ti yyu g! ":iii aps
' "ainl-Cxpiaiiatoi-y: notes.;
ed.-ieeiuiv'alciit. i';inach'iiic's.! "should' be
All Previous Conventions
Regina,-, Sask.��� -Jl'he..'- Western   Canada Irrip;ati6n    Association- will, hold
. ';- ���. _     ' - ���     ���  ��� v..    - - o - ���
its .convention this, year at :MCdi;cinc
Hat dtiriji.g" tlic' first th rec days of the
'vycck,.'-b'cg'ii'iiiuT-g A ugust 4,- arid ..will, be
S^oiauakers-^elindu^^^^ ��� -      , -    .  - .    ......      ......
   fro i'n-.all parts'.' .of. -WcstcrpGaiiadii'- and' .'and. if -allowed to,, run. will end ima
these',-symptoms may not! be .present
in aii y . particular' case',. - Thcy: ..;;are
'merely a 'warning that Uie.: blood'.' is
out. of! order,.-and that 11 .is ..tliiii and
vyatcry, arid if.-yptt note any of .these
"symptom's ��� in' your':' own case,"- you
-should lose-no time in. taking- the .proper steps .to enrich'and..-purify    the
Anaemia'-���-poverty-' of-the.
��� is.-.a most, insidious. disease..
i'vom-thc. .Uni.i-cii-Statcs'.','7Maii'y.iritc.iv,.
':-.tT:lie\'sigli X 'of/;:st61e!v;:T3yw-^ -rnatcriiils.-i
iii^G'c'riiiaijyvt'he'oii'C'Hi'ing^ .... 	
at -���..'���-pr'c's'e u tj^-itiakp^.
toinplcle.' .breakdown������ of -; "the system.
Dr.: Williams'.' Pink Pills "are, beyond
dotibt, '���'.-���.;���';the ..greatest'.  .blooelrriiaking
floor -vviui-1 h.lR |10t thc. npproya! 0f God.-. Only
thc child vvho reverences his' father
and affectionately strives to obey him
enjoys his loving favor. The .obedience, which springs out of a heart of
love issues iir a life of joy and friendship with God  (John 15:10-14).
Jl I. The Solemn Obligation of Obedience (Matt. 7:16-20).
1. Warnings against false prophets
(vv-. 15-20).
(1) Their rcal ���existence. Ever since
God has had a people false prophets
and teachers have appeared among
them. This need not surprise us,'..for
Christ predicted that s'uch'-'should .be
the case. ''..'..-'
(2) Their nature (v. 15). (a) Hypocritical. The devil docs his most successful work by masquerading as an
angel of light (II. Cor. .7:14, 15). His
ministers appear iiu'this way. and turn
people from lhc. narrow to the broad
.way. (b) This is suggested .'by-their
being""ravening vvolves;"- It is when
.the wolf is in sheep's clothi'ii'g that, he
does his most destructive! work. The.
enemies;of Christ posi'ng.-asliis ministers are ��� most: --destructive. '. '- .-���".'���
..;';(3),:Thc unfailing test ,(vv..::.16-d8).
Their fruits. .If.one gives suflicicrit
time for .development thc'fr'uit: can.be,
disccniecl. .Every tree".bears, ils ovvn.
kind-of fruit. .Naturc.is' inexorable; in
her law- as: to7 this.! -You may scarc.h
the universe in vain for- an^cxecption.
It is .''equally true! - in 'the spiritual
world; There is a' vital'. connection
between the .'faith of a.heart and the
fruit of a life,;. ..That vvhich comes out
in the 'conduct;was. first- in, the .hcart.-
A right heart is essential, to rightxPii-
duct !"��� Give, tlic .false -teachers sufficient time and observe closely and you
will find that.their lives vviirpro'v.e the
teaching. /; ���"'.���-������-.���_.'.' -:-,'. .;--.:;..;���
;ii.(4)y Their; end '.(v. 19).;'x AU. false
teachers - slialb finally, be7!'punished by;
being cast inter the fire.v'AlthpiighX'iocI
]pcar^.loiig, hcwdlFscc: tp!it that'Ahis
wickedness doers !no.t;gp on for,vever.
.2. The dangers. Of .empty: profession
!(vvv21-23).':. :"! ';,.';x"'������: .""'���
.. Calling";Christ "Lord': will-not answer for disobedience, tohis will.: .One
may-dyea, be a .Sunday,school teacher.
or preacher, atid ���'even, .perform many
iiiigh.ty vvorks, as: casting, out' devils:
aiid healing! the..,sick, and yet hear, tiie;
aw'ful! dcelaratipn^of'.Jesus Christ/.-'f
Should Appreciate
xxx.xX~-.: British Grand Fleet
Rear-Admiral   Sims'   Tribute   to   His
''.;-. Majesty's Ships.-yxX-'-.x-y...
"Whenever you, feel j>a'rficularly.
grateful that you didn't ;-lose -'"the.
.war, don't;-forget the.. Britisii ' Grand
Fleet."      -:-.';   .'.. ;: -;   : xy       i'' yii
I.'his remark by Rear-Admiral ���Sims
of the United _3tates-Navy, at-thc lun-
clico'n of the: Chicago1 Association of
Comnicrce, :��� brought a whirtwind"'of
appreciative, applause.'"; ;At other stages of - his 'splendid ; addicss, the Ad-
riiiral pitid equally emphatic triblitc'to
the . p.aramourit V and ;; iiidispcilsible
prowess, of his .Majesty's'!_ships.^:;He
made .the''''fact:i'inniistakably'";Evident.
���that.'tp Britisii. sca-povver alone, tiie 1'.
world ovves the".defeat of "tlieTliiii.^-. ,
���"" A, touch' of  chestiness  iii. view" of
Neryes Shattered
A   Most Extraordinary  Case  of Ere- -
X;treme7 .Nervous'^Exhaustion arid:.
;���'. Keenest Suffering;From; Head-! -!'. y'_
X'; '. aches���Ndy/! Entirely Cured   if*
Mrs.  George Hall,!McadPvv^ Brook - .
Farm, -WestasU Valley, Sask.,' Avritcsl'-:.--
'���'���It is vyith great pleasure I -say a few
words of praise for Dr. .Chased- Nerve   ���'
Food.-   ��� i..-.- X-XX.X.X' '-. X.x.-x ���"���'���''.'-.'���.'
."Five: y.ca!rs.;..ago,-r.wl!ilc.: living  in-.
Montreal,-;I;suffered /terribly, withiiX:
severe paiu;T_ii.i. the -.right: temple. ���- For   ".
foii'r.,jiionths1.1. could  riot: even ��� ^bend
or, stoop dovv-n; to do anylhing-vvithout
���holding. ;:-;t|te.:/-riglit,'side.,'/ pf .my'diead. ���'"
witlimyhahdi tliepaiii wasi'so!severe;   ,;'--
Besides.the/headache,'ithere was-a!dis-    ���
charge.!fcmrjiriy/rightlear al^f^but it !;:
caused:ii6 ���pvaiii'':-^;.ionly'-'-th-c'''-corist'ari't'!
!:paiu.iu my Teniplc:-; I.couldvriot! sleep;
!'^ri(1:!1I:I",kiy.:dpwrn.a!t!iiightT^eould not l
,    ,"     y     ry. .....-.-   --. ..'out my husband putting his hand un-'
suicly pardonable on: the part of theiderncath the back! of,! my neck! to Tift
Britons. ". :"^re! have waited for our fine'..upXii- could not bear it any lori-:
American- military and na'val :ehiefs "to-i%crr" Some- of my fricuds- persuaded
come along, ns Admiral Sims did, ancl. j ^lat (it vvould have to . be .an 'indoor
in the midsfof their 'glowing praises^|^"^,   that I-wwildhave 'to b'i opcr-
t ,,    >   i .-  "       , ���     \y  ,     aled.oii.   Alter 1 had been there four   ,
of the fighting and conquering Yanks j days- they opcratcd,'and found that "i"
say a significant word for the'; had a clot of blood on thc brain. Thev -'���:
real winners of the vyar
Rear-Adiniral Sims' sparkling ad7
dress is the report of,an expert Who
was close to the zone" of battle, and.
who vvas privileged to scrutinize the
inner wbrkiugsof. the colossal mechanism that throttled tlie. Prussian.
Sims is a cool-headed, mattcr-bf-fact,
keenly observant veteran, whose long-
ex-poi-icncc. has developed a-'slight
strain of cynicism that,Would, prcveiit
the'growth.'of-fanaticism on any subject. But on-the subject of British sea
mastery, which he came to know so
thoroughly, the Adiniral ; caunot restrain a touclp'Of ciithtisi.asiii.-"While
Britain's Verities .were thousands, of
.miles, pff,; Sims:,was on .the. spot'watching hci-,"carryiiig on" andJiclpiiig her.
in. a -very substantial.', way..7 . What' lie,
saw- opened his. eyes to7 .the .supreme
truth:-of the worl.'d ���':struggle. - As .he:
said in his address:""It (the;ficet)!"vvas
ihe -great silent .force upon vvhich . tlip-
eiausc of?the' allies rested.", ; i.r''--yyxy,.
- Admiral' Sims,- -baek';.:froiii "the ../real
"front" and: Iviipvving./.the: iiivvar<ls_of-
thc���������' great!gaiiicf/of -Kais'er-crtishiug,;
grins- amtiscclly /as!':he!'!-hears}vtlie'
-doughboy :,;or; his., superior officer,
emitting brags about Aincrica .winning
the wan;: Thcre/shoulcl be no ill-feeling, in thc iiiaftei-, he tliinks; but. nei-.
thcr should there, be 'anv. -misunderstanding of /it among .friends aiid-'al-.
lies. -Above!all, there, .shdiild ;be:.'gcn-
croiis. a.pprc"cialioii.:of;:;:B,ritairi's:part'in.
tllC/. victory;'; '/;:./'.;;.:-/ yiX-X':X ''XXyXX*XyiXy:
/ :BecauseV-/wUhbuf!;3intain^_.says;/AdT:!
iBiral-SinijS, 'there :w,e>ttld -have becii.lio
Canadian-Aiherican,-Chicago,   ,,/.,..-/..
mOS't    ���,j���-.-..,l.UJ].        . ,..        .,,....   ..- j- ..���..:.:;-.���..   .   ..-_,..   .   .--.      --..        .. .       .
^;'the:"-n'ci^iansTa!-'-i^.'"'P^ct.'.^.l'/Side .af,irrigatipn, cover- tonic offered the;.public: today..;���./For
-..-���������,-.������ ��� -,- ��� '������'������ ������'���'���-->���: ���'^':-'7"- Vi'^V ;>-'*'fing'su'di'-'to ���.-.-,- -.- ��� ,-,,  ��� .-��� ���.--,-.���       :-.-���������
musics. -Aunaus/;as.thc:rsight,;of ::tlie.rf -X>.y , ..j^^';, ^:^v ^-J !ftv r^Ji i Lave been the- stand-by of hundreds 'btl "-^er/knew.-you,/, ^depart./ from :mc.��
���-niacl"!iii��s.iir-'i-he":I1:aiia^qf-aii.c:..G'ii:cnLj<"-:--;.-l-^-^^^::11 -.?.':.^=--- ^!'./-"-1 ^:v;^?-P:?''-^"v";'"""-1-1,"-"^tli"duar.nds-:-^^pedplc -iii ���alloparts-otj: ^3./"Tlic. pp.c/:aiid.o'iily,safe.!:way.(vy.
'" "  ' "''    'pK'::-t:h'c.-.Iri-ig-afecl?F'iiriri,:':th'eXEt
xi -pfermari/:;SpIe|:ai:- S&R'^v^
XyXiiXiXXyx xyii^'myxahXxiXXXXiXi- ixX'i
;V:A:u/-asterii;shi:ng;/! l:Ui;t;;tiHi.(i \---slbi-y-is;
jjiirblislictl.���.!-'.���-���=.-":"r"----V--:;~--:^-"="r:." XiXxXXXX
(1 )���/Hear!the "sayings ot ./Christ. X'-Y.ii
y this,/:gi.ie -.iniist ':p.rayerf.ully., a
enricbe^aftOupfi^'abe! Tpi<5bcl; ?tli us; j; t��: tcacl i itg.: 11 r p! AVxir il :o t X^qd/a ii d; iriedi-
/ ...��K
1 ;/;Tli&:rh.CiiCc;.:of; Stcdiciri&'-dlat'as7:ihe
saieb it. vyas-marvcllous 'that I pullciS
through after the .���'������operation; as  thcy
had given nic up foi-.'over four claysf-
I vvas in !thcV-hospitaF 10 wcoks^and^-
my .doctors said- I vvould always. suV
fcr with, my nerves; because the"-op-',
.criitiori" wis- such, a serious one it shat^/:7:
tcrerd iiiy.nerves all to! pieces. ..After ',-~i
1 came home..;I  co'iild". not  bear any- -;
noisc-or-c^itenieiiti^ifrthe children: y-'
would shout or"bang the door 1 would   :   .
.juinp;s-'aniL ffive;.;..a /sharp  cry* and; my:- -X".
haiul would-fiy'to/iriyliead.7   My',uer-v:-.'
vousvsysicriij-'vvaslcdiripl'ctelyvcxlraiis't-^. ','
eel/and T.had !rip appetite ! whatever; ���"���'.''
ftvo.in.'o.nths after: this: I! had tofbliow
my.:hiisbaiid !to. the! N"pr'thwest7,"!vvh.crn . /���
"lie-.lia'd ;gbne;=])rcvidiis j to: !riiy/illness..:-!/
^c^betors:.,tplcF-m'c;;-P\vas riiiiniiig:a.,   Z.7
great ::^skvtd,gp7so;.sddil.-/!;^Hbwevcr,'T'|.::!
d!,.Jcame,/ati:d,- after'I���-. reached'.'ray"des- Xx
fdr'sdine -weeks;vvitli a"nervous' break-/!::.:
'dow:-ii'.../:I.';was'-.-i^diri��:-;n(iarly..-.crazyUwitli';.' ������-���"
.iny.--.head;'. ! A/friend-asked my husbtmd- -^
yvent; to "tciyvn-./CwliicliJs^fiftecn.vriiiles-'~:^
xomniciiccd'taking/th'eiTi.-and': certain- XX
ly: felt: much "bchefi^fcdv!'-i/7tddk!-;Six '':���;,.
boxcs/m^aikaiidTvmpvy feel'!lilcc-'-'^'vdif-'^v-
head, :my>:/syslcm@
splendidy/"thp,: children:.-'c.aa;'';-:-ftiakci'asp :;
riuich noise; :as!:flicy;.like; :aiiddt does:,;!
iip.t..,bother.-.:'mei''.:/IVairi ���':'"-.:
riricl:.iT/;w'ant7;:' to/'!cxprcsS; my_! hca:rtfclt:!".
apprccrat;ion / of -yOilr" wonderful medi-    !
cine.   'I: shall7 alwaysfi recommend 'it  ���
:/:']3i\'/;Chasc's.;'Ne:rvc/::F'dQd'rv 5d.;-'cerits:!;L.!
a-l^;\.fiillrrrcatriierit-/Pf:6 'b'6'xcs-i-fd'r-.'si.':.'
& I*
_.. h
    .     _C!thbndgc���".'.;ani
Very-fcarlyr/in#evwar/tw* /Gerniaiitr^>/^-,; ^i&XtvXnglX. -.&F.;CUic*
yXXxiXXX: ��� v.;('Rlc;lk'..Ai'riong./the;: /inariy-:'/ vvho!. "sp.eak;
't'liri,stri!.':is:."'b\iildiiig.':v'upp.ri solid-rock.
XxXxx-xx: A^'Disgptce, iivIJ^^S.'.
Attributes Appalling Illiteracy ih the
.:������:;��� :l'-States:'to/:This Causcl..-,;;: ;::V!l
. XJnclc-'Sani.'ds,'ntbcbing'1ii.s!':'l',e
million .aeliilt-'Ainericaiis'can" neither,
read nor. ..write. - I t.was ��� the: "astoiiish-
iiig percentage - of illiteracy.!!;amdtig.
the",-enlisted" mcii'; iii/- the Ai'nericari
ar'niy- that'first.������directed.'. attcntipn to,
ihisVst.a'te cif aiTairs./���! Lead!ng!m'aga-
zkie's-a'tid rie.wspapers::ar'e;ndw';tryi!ng'
to - discover .'the.'.!', real.:':causc.,, of,: this
sttitcj.pf - -affairs.7 ���""-',... -'','; '!���'! XX'X Xy'- '������-
..'���'-Tliere .ard di.fferenl. .canscs, -/hitj.���one.
of;! tlie ehief lis. the 'small!. salary that
is!./paidv'tliclschodl.teacher;./! ;This :'as-
pecE-;/pI the'-'probleiri-Jslintc.rcstiiigly'
:eiis'citssed.iit':.ilie- June'' issue- of: Pic'tdr-!
hlkSsil ^^liri/jaiiTirj: iclcJ2iTMifc^' Kile!
J--i"s.t i !������<>.-.��� 4-*i>r- '^ * *i- ~.^n ii?t'di mftl ;-ei> ii-s"ti;"p"'^Ei-oii;
l^i mc> ciaS:s-rmipibei/efdv
��� 7:' %i\&'ij$ f );di:t^al sd Ssh pw;S'7^;tIiatr;; loa
.. iiicluei jh!g ;;4.3 lcpmpatii!es7df -Iprisph/crs.
..-., y,-y.x.--x: ,.������ :^..-,-,,-��� -.....'xv-���f^|'tiabla;^'s.n-h'e^./-hu*!J.'4j.ccit m-practictdi'r-pnnViiineeF
ed'ihat-dheir:spiesvhad:bcen/taiiipered:U.:'^^,:,.^---'^v; ri' -X-yX :XXX ���-������:������."",--��������� , .--?��� X'������.������ ���..-.
:v :-v-'���'���:���-':�� XXX X r-x. xx- -. .y-.ysx-x ���������---. 'X ���iri-igaUpii;:,s.ts.-.t.liroiigh.Q;it .the /country;-had-taken-'-a-
with an.el.-tliev:atere-.'.bringi,ng-;;th.e,iix/.an-   "      --������--���-������ ������������^���'
���Q fer liian'-fait jiyiii / tlie /'Jjritjslril'ce^.i'hsit
/ii elj'i'ey^t Xy XXijXAviXsifXy XiiXXXXyXXXiXy.
taking/'''Uip7 .pWs!;.im til.T
*:���.',-Coast: Veterans! to./ Suppprt7Law!'/l'
������ XV'a .ricdj.1 -y erV^.T-life G rc?it.War.:)/c tc iX
���tins- -df/:'!Va.ricpuyer.;-.at"a'!:rece.rj.fc-viii'cct?
irig- -/fjj c'.ciged ���',th'!emsel;vx''s,:'dii;:.:lii.e;:si'de;:of
.lhvv:'Auid',or!'d:ft. witli'r^pcctd;ci;_t.he:p.rc-
'yix'ix -^v^;H^:;j#|m^ ^Roa3-7
EleetrievRailway: Company Has'i-Ap-,7.
XXi ;7!;lp.roached ':Gdv^triirie7rit!/dn'::'7'v7v7:7,
: -!-'77 ������'������ X'XXi i Qu.es^ori'71-7 xx :xxXi��XyX
.;���'���; Victo'ria'il;;-B;.p.^TUe';';'.^
ride.of;/the7ro^a.d,: so,.as'-tp-!make!;driy71:!
Ing /to/ the"- right effective; in" thislprd^: y
viiictf^^vhicli :is !-td;becoirie7op(lraj:we77
at-'the-lbegiriiiingldf 1920lhas:; arotised7"
strong objection frdiii:;the':Bi-i_tjshCp''7l
lumbia !  plectric Railways ���'Compariy,;-;:
'the ' only:/tramcar./sysreni  in7British;7
Columbia./, ::Th(r7'cpnipriny:-;.d'iai5/:'ap77
jjrdached-! !'tbcv /govei-tniiciit/'-'diil.-thfi ���
eiiies'Upii, 7;aiid: explains -.7.tha.t;'.a'-.'y.ery7:!'!
largelsuni .df,"!in.dri'ey._,vviil have"to bc!!-
cxpcii.dc'd in .the, alteration of -existing ;7
rolling;" stock, in order-id: conform.-to";-."
theCrcetuiicriientS; ^'demanded 'by!/ ���.a""!:
change frdnv; the;p)-c;scnt7 rule /of ���-. tiir.it': 7
iii'g/tp7tli'c/left.; .'"���'  -7 77:777; /,-/��� yyi-y'ii'X
-.:��������� V
$&eti-M%c&, ''*$��y;Xffpiriy:s&ti
tiiric::I-^have-alwa:vs:-':ciij6ved''-the";- Ts -X-.y.rxxyy. ������ :;������...-. ������'������:������-..���..���;���:������.���-.:���,.��� -;..,.,-..��� .-
..  .icrft! _0fc3fahhiv.U^^
' 'mari/.mlri;c;e!<I-'asT;:/\vas:;^ili;^
���vf/In/^New- Ycyk; risyvspapcr Jt!vvpv;aet-r
yerti.sciiiciits appeared"!recch.llyl;which-
tSist/a'./flpdd' of /light.'on thc.'qticstioii.'
���One.7v\-aS;:/for/;t:'teacher, ;/.:of;;/.history/
ii:ia'tiiematics:'7'a'nd7: psychology ;'��� -salary
$(5.5/per,riiou tli/,���-���The.; other,was, for-a
coio'red'/barber; salary. $120 per month
a.nei'/.tips./.vJs it -anyiVvdndcr, that .the:
Aiiierican.educatidnalv systeiU:/is;7in
'id-ay eei7:c>ft'.7ti'a cj[ii.r|7 iril/d tK;e^-.pai;tS7/pf
that 'iriiglit/:viiupe;ril7t.hc-^afetylarieris:c:
,tliis'-.'sp'rt:pf.-t 1 fing cari/exi'st?.
X;:Gai-ia!di;ui/teachers /are!��� iiincli:'-betler-
Make.This -Beauty:Lotion for. a Fewl
1 7/eents arid SeeTor Yoiirsclf     /-"
./! Wliat "girl o'r!womari hasnU .heard pf ,-!���
1 oriion!7juice, to i.rciiidyc cdniplexidii
blcmisiies j'tolwliiteii tltc -skin and to':;
:briiigdut the roses, the freshness and.:
;thc':bid4eii!:beriu.tyv^/:;vBii!t"lcpion' jiiice:-/
alphe: is. acid; therefore...irritating;, and
.'gli'dtild bc/iiiixcd with prchai-d.vvhitc
:.this vv.^j'l -'Strain' tliroitgli a fnielclotli /
.the.:juicc!pf7two-fresh :lenioiis /intpla?
;iri^d!lll/pf7thi:sl:cw_!ii)^ ounces
; cciy\tXpi y the ���'ipialltiinl^rC:us'cE7:$y'ltlifi'
"" i\v-a sj^swiipii^jd-lb iv?^tlijp-:; *^at�� a 4 Jct^^-iQ'rjSs^"
Xi Tdi^imiriber/pjlf Canadicur7!p;iHcers
^Siiitiry^idree^T^siiGaria :
XkZiX/iyiXric. _gccdiided/: oX$iia^s^iXqiiXi&
���/be.,'���; While,:.th.cfc/:-.is'- not
4.-    ���;-....���: -.,-..������-. -r-vo'u-have"ii'.whole cpiar'tcr p.iht'ldf.sktn/
,nc.:s;ime.::pcrH ^riet^wiplexioir^Wi^^f./^uCtlic..
���-*i i-i "V-..7.-"--' .'; ���"--��   -  '".'-.V:. --:." - -, ���-. - 'Fv ���-. .*.    "-.���V --". -���.-.���-'-""���  i '��I TA-'-.^l'.'/'' --��� # ^ Hi.n   -.,.."��^,. *:_-,*.-   - ��"..:." *. ���-"   i.t.��-1.--:     H"    -;'.r -���...
X; finadc^qf ilead
^v.-/F_tcJ'e7is/7riiidQriUt cjdly:/!np71ii|rigrier;
edcKii/iriiaid^ciitl,-.. .,, ���-,.,---- ���:..,- -xy--.���-.... ,-.���>���-���-.-    -:���-:-
it Kg; r iijc i7/7 T Iw s c:!/p liiiii' in c t^7 wc t c'/i i s u7
allyls|ia/pcd/;l ikela^p
il ,/���-19 j 8^^::-b'ffi ce ^7 w eir?^
^tfejiri yla j I//01 / tlie -wfciarrrillari^/!t.Ka!t
fv;_iritp;;;a;etidii/: t^ey7haye?v hicvXaXX&fc&
:;7va!:ward!s^::irici udirig- %H: VvkqniXCXTcissc^X
^:^^ii^it^XCtp00ii'-1?- ��� ���Dist.tn-,
X:g^slyp��i^oti^ciirX^ii^XX ?wd   -&.<J1C.
X'SsUiUirX Medals.,: -'X'x'X-''iyiXyyjXXiXX
't!ieljyaT-!.:!her:'/ capital ,75;i tnna^/.was/vthc
���td/-^!iie "cfiaotip- ;pdii tical;; .��o'aiit��og>!$f.
'jSringaiyv-it'^ ^cry 4iffic>iit7tro distri-
-liMjPl&dds/vl^Tiatl^ (gets -j tXm.
S^^).g^^)i^x^i\i^x^^r)&^. ordiri-7
ary: -eharirifcls?" ji ��� is- TecdmriiSiddd-'^by:
'th c'/SupifriUtXM!ied: ^Sar.-Cpiiricil' that;
tittither GetJiiaiiy itdt'T^tiatna/give/lliis
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Yo.t surely must if you don't save when you are ��
\oiuij>  Au Excelsior Endowment is the best way. 5
Write for pamplet to-day =
Real   Seville
���   Orange
All Oranije and Sugar���
' No camouflage.
Boiled with cere in Silver Pans.
aik your anocEfl ron it.
Discuss Flu Epidemic  >y
Doctors Still Undecided If Quarantine Is of Any Use in Disease
Toi onto���Vaiious phages ol tlic influenza epidemic v.cic elisc.us.seel .it
thc joint congiess of the Can.1 (ban
Public Health association aud tl e Ontario Health Ofhcers' association in
the Lm.i'sity of Toronto, pitjided
ovci by Di. J A.-Hutchinson, of
Wc-tniount, Quebec, presidcnl
Di. \v. II Foiest, sin geon~ in the
University of Toronto, sHidlu sludlu
United States public health scrwee of
Washington, stated that iccohU
showed that ci>idcmics_ of mllucrra
and pneumonia have swept i\ci vaiious couutiie;, at intoi * Is of t numbei of je.ii". ~ _
Di   August Wadswonh, diuct.ji of
No More Troops for Russia
Allies Would Furnish Munitions and
New York���lhe Associated Piess
lbsues the following
Anti-Bolshe\ik factious in Kussia,
beaded by Admnal Ko'chak .ind Gen
Denckine, aic to receive conditional
recognition by thc Council of Four,
accoieiing to a icpoit in cit dilation in
Paris. The condition "is said to be
tli.it thc government ot thc leadcis
are to convoke and accept the veidict
of a genuine constituent issenibly,
-which is to determine thc futuic foini
of goveinment foi Ru=si.i.
Invite Dominions
To Talk Education
Universities and Highci Educational
Institutions to Nominate
London���The ehief of the impcnal
general staft has united the universities anil    highet  educational    institutions  to nominate  icpi-cscniatives lo
.1 conference on June  12 and 13, with I
icpiesent.itivcs of    the Dom.mons to   ��
discuss   educational  problems  arising
fiom c\peiicnce gamed m the woiking
of educational sthenics in the   liritish
anri>   and    forces of the Dominions
Thc ronfeience v.ill be hi Id at Aus
tf-o tnets ulwut SHORTHORN OA1 TLI! ?
'Jha Iirct.il for the farmer or rnm-tiir   Wiitethe S��---
Telar/ to day for VIITIS PUIiriCAllONS, ��nd ����*
your qpmn on our t reo in illini; Int.
W.A Drydcn I'rcn C, fc Unv.Sc
Ilroolchn, Out Ouclph Ont
Is no more necMsary
than Smallpox, .Vtmy
experience b��J demonstrate!
the almost miraculous effl-
Ciejr, oat harmlessneis, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Bc vaccinated NOW by your physician, yoa and
your faintly. It is fiiorc vital thin house insurance.
Anlc yer physician, drueg'st, or lend for  'Cave
jrou hud Typhoid?" tellinc of Typhoid Vaccine,
fesulU from us , and dancer from Typhoid Carriers.
ibject, just as Germain lias objected,
nil the doctors at Ve"=ailles have
oulcicel the medicine, anel it must be
'Wco&'s Hwsp&o&iae.
. 'J he Great EnnlisK liciitrtly.
Tuufiapcl in\tgoratc'i thc w'10't)
>Ecrvou^fljriti>iu, uialit;3 ncrr Wood
in old V( ini, Cinei Aen ous
Dcbihtt/.^uiiUU and Hi aw. JFoiru, J^enpoiir.
ilency. Eos* of 1' icrgtf. Talpitation, cf the
Heart, lfadimi Mantu J/. Prim Jl per box, fix
for$5 Ono williilcujo, n r will euro. Solttbyatl
druggists or mailed in i>l-m iikg oil receipt of
Rnco  rp-.riontimphlclmailvlrrt'. THEWOOO
1EDICINE-CO., TORONTO. ONT. (Foraulj Wlifctr.)
tHK wkw rmwcH hsmkdv. h��i a.t tt.*.
���rMtiuccMt, cutis CKxc.MCYnAEMeii.i.os't ucoi
��ILI�� KITIIIR Ha SXVOOUTS Sr Milt, tl ��0��T 4 CTt
KnuT tun kiiud woxd 'tbixahon- it oa
Frenchman Invents
New Airplane
An airplane on cntiid} new lines
has been invented b}' M. B P.issct, a
L'lcncliman residing in England, which
hc claims, when f>erfccted, -will rcvolu-
tioni7c tho ait of thing. The imentoi
contenels that since a biid piopck it-
hclf by its wmgi and not by a l>io-
pcllcr placed in fiont 01 behind, the.
same principle, should apply to hcavic
than .iit machines. lhe plane lifts
itsclt fiom the giouud vit'i the entire
nid ol its wing-, duvtu by. a ccntril
luotoi Thc Biitish government ii>
assisting the niveutoi m< pei feeling
this sti.mge ct.1 ft
Austria's Turn Next
She Will Object, But Medicine Must
Be Taken
Aiwu.i now has been uotilied to
conic foiw.uel and icccne hei dose of
spune" medicine���a sort of national
blooel purifici Gci manv h.ii~*l.iken
hoi  does nnd elocs not like it h bit   of closine,    sehooU, etc.,  m    deahv
Aiislna's    probably    will not    be    as
the  illusion""   laboratoucs     ..nd     ic-
sc.ueli,    state  d'paitmcnt    of  public f��ocl on a )uftei  scale than previous
health, Albany, said that. iif M'Ue ofj1-^-   No troops would be fuimshcd thc
warning   fro.n    Eiuopc,    htt'o     os[miti-3olshcuk   lcaelei ^- accoieling to
done on tlu= ..oulmeiit to picveut au  ^'1C
epidemic      Although the d( maiiel foi
uiceirc-    was    iiujucccdeuttd,  tlu^e
was. a lack    ot evidence    as to  theii
\aluc.   Vaccination did not giu  eom-
pU te immunity, hc Mid
Lieut-Col. J \ MeCullomdi, To-
lonto, chief health ofiicei of Ontario,
cxp.csscd doubt as to- thc ical \alue
Such action by the Council of Font , , _ ,     ,
would -miblc the allies lo assist in tl'c|,ralw 'l��!1S^ oy 1"lcaUo" rtt t,le h'^1
-Ifugglc o^iu^t icua -uie in Russia ' ��-ofiimissionv.i
by fin m^hmg Kolchak an 1 Denckine
with aims, munitions anel money and
of the commonwealth
| The
stall is to pieside at thc opening session, when an iddtess will bc gncn
by lion. II L bishci, picidcnt of the
boat el of cdui ation
What is "Drunk"?
Drinkeis Are Moie Liable to Disease
Than Abstainers
When a man is diunl: ciciy cell m
his body is di link Tho bod> is composed of millions of living cells, each
having its own particuhi work to elo
When a man is more 01 less eluink he
is neither efficient noi capab'c of doing his work piopcily    "When a coll
drunk it can net pei form its Hine-
lions efficiently
One duty of the ieel blood cells is
lo eirry oxygen i ]tc duty of thc
white blood cells is to fight thc disease gcims When the o\ygen earners arc drunk lhe system is poisoned
German Populace
Revile Wilson
���with influenza epidemics     A. numbei
fans  Pi.uie^   ��� Di-ciibvng lccent
elcmoustiatious bcfoie the Adlon [lo
tel in lieilin. a dispatch to The lenip,
sajs thc ciowel shouted   "Down   with
Fiance,    England. Ameiiea,' Clemen
can, Foch and Y\ llson "   It says that
'.ugc, but it will be bittci.    She will  of doclois present eh^eicd fiom Di ithc shouts against I'lcs'dcnt  \\ ilbon
by v\astc    raatteis that    should have
;lnerof^hc'lmpInrr"geireia'lil;ccn bu,nl ^ ��^cn.   When the
destiojcrs of disease germs arc drunk
infection i>> liable to occur
The Bntish War OfiTiee is authority
fci   the  statchicnt that animals  that
aic immune to certain d ^cascs���that
is, cannot be. infected c\ci by innoc-
ulation���lo^c  that  immunity  and <uc
Cat.rrh lB   , locills"^ great!,  influenced ! 0A5,1y elected if gn C ..  llosc  of wlllS-
,$100 Reward, $100
\>i    (.onstitutioiul   condiUoiis It   tin rcfore
rcquiic-   constitutionil   Ucitmciit H VI L'i)
CM'VRKII Ml.UJCfXL i> tikeu interii.-illj
ip it uti tliront," tlic J'lood on the Muroiii
Smficcs ot tlie Sv.tu�� [[.iLr'S CATARRH
MLDICIVi: ili.stro>s the lomuhtiou Of the
ili-,ei<;c puts the patient stieiiBth bv lmprov
nit, the !,cuc al hi_ il tli ntul isbisti naiure in
clomp its woik $100 00 foi iny c^e of
C-iUrrh tint HALL'S CATARRH Atr.DI-
CIIsL  fiiN   to  ure
DuiFSist'. 7Sc     Testi nonnK free.
I'    I    Unity   i  (o,   iolt-do,   Oluo
Almost five jc.us ,igo���that is, m | medicine is found that not only acts
Tidy, 191 *-, the Bntish Sccictai\ loijapoxi the stomach, but is so composed
Foicign    AQ.urs,  Sn     1-dwaid, now j that-ccitain lugrcdicuts of k pass mi
McCullough^      weve      end    ruorcdjsccm to iuduate thu he is l'lit'^^i-iHawker Stopped
eiuaiautulc                                                   'h  nwilcd    by the Gciman    .iDfiibicr-.' ~     ���'"'"   ,.   . .���   .
                       J public opinion "not pat don: i,  imi foi | ��y Oinali AjUlir
A Medical Need Supplied.���When a ���iiircipicung    the fourteen    points at! ��� .   .     _>"   ~      ���
-                                                           ui/-             ���  t         u    I kscipe of  Aviators   Is   Regarded  as
\auancc with the Cictn.an intcipret.i- *��
tiou of thcm ' '"
'altcicd  tlnough  thc stomach  lo  find i
Viscount Giey, oftorcd ave.y <hUci-jacll0n    in th(-   boncl     Ulul  Uluc ���,
Ausliia-IIungarv,, tlVcll|aj)jc (l pU1glLtne .ud a efeausoi of
cut  piescription.
the ramshackle empiie  of the piouet'gieat clteclivcnes1;
and t3iannical Ilapsburgs, was    bent j etablc Tills aic of this ch.u.ictcr and
1 ondon--!hc drama']!
safi-t}   of ICai'-v  Kavkvi
nt u i or the
md J,ieuf -
is  a  e om-
P.umelec's  Vog-j^ J.777.;;;/;,.;;;7Vl''L7."""...';...-"!:iipIete   surp.isc    to  l.m..'on,   aftcr all  dl'^e  1U aleohol in anj   form, cu
on atl icking Serbia, ami bunging an-
othei Slivonic people under thc vokc
and c.urying Austin to lhe Aegean
Eggcel on In ber nciglibot aiid ally
in "shinmg minor," Atistua felt
equal to the task Sn Edw.nd Gicv's
piescription as llic world knows^was
inquiry. impartial mteinational investigation, Toason and justice Atistua would have none of that She
..ppcalcd to foicc Geim.iiiy would
not allow her anj other couise, even
if shc desncel anothci And lioth now
have felt thc effect ot supciioi foice
backed by justice.
The Austria-Hungary that nwdz
war upon Seibia anel so set thc
woild on fiic, no longei exists, and
the Austria that is lo-learn her f��tc
from thc-Alhcs is but a fi action of
hci fotuier self -c_puictieallv thc two
Teutonic piounccs
The nulls of the gods do not alua^-,
grind s1owdy. In the case of Austria
thcy have ground swiftlj and tlu,>
have ground equally small    /
ue the best ot all pills. Dining the
j cut. that they \w\c been in u>c^thcy
h.'vc established theui1-' Ives is no
other pill hat, done.
ke\ 24 boms before lnnoeiilation
Diuikcis aic more liable to disease
than .ibst.iiueis,    and uhen    .11   thcy
have a much Doom chance of recov-
ei v    This is so well established that
the gicatcst ^medical eotncntious anel
boaiels of health aic opposed to the
use of alcoholic liquois m the tieat-
tneut of disease     Whiskev and brandy ~
have been  lcmovcd tiom the I'nitccl I
States Dispensary, v��luch eont.iins the t
ofliei.il list of luedicii.Cj us<.d   m   the
States.      Ilunehcds of    niedu.il men
nc%ci   i rescube alcohol in   mv  fot in,
aud sevei,'! states <>i the L*nion ha^C;
pso'nbitcci its use uen a>- medieinc
When    these    fa'-ts  .i'e    gcneialh
known there \uil be fev,  -vho will in-
dose       A gieat  eltoit    must bc i
This new polish is a
gieat boon to the housewife. It entirely cleans
dirt and* tarnish. 01 stains
from gold and silver, yet
H it will not scratch or mar
^ the finish in any way.
p Ideal Sthcr Polish is
^ unlike iny other prepara-
w tion. Ideal contains no
^ niinctals, acids or poisons
���it is purely vegetable
i| and perfect!} harmless.
^       Tiy Ideal at once.   Ask
H   youi dealer or wiite us if
^    he can't supply you.
COMPANY, Limited
Hamilton Canae
Hands Acioss the Line
r   Cili/cns of Winnipeg and Si    I'.ud> Commaiulci   G.ieve  ej.ne
have joined icuces to erect a niemoml
ueh on thc boundaiv of Alanitoba .ui(l!h��Pc "as J^'i"woi.cd, v i.en twelve etc    any
Minnesota iu honol of the soldiers Oi ���        - ��� --     - -    i   . . ,, ,     c ,
.i . l        1      i    i       H ,. mc triutle^'slv ^coined thr   hot of ion  bl11  ourselves or run the mlc of los-
thc two States  uho dn-d in thc grc.it i   lk "luut-JT li  seomeu cue .uea oi jw,
Tt ,   . ... . f miles     Thc sneti.il   oihtloin.  of     fli^lU1R ^liat ^e lia^c gamed bv  \eaii- oi
war     It is a most fitting  entcrpi.,e ���llult-^-     ��nl- w,,-u'"   ri""���<'  or     ",p
jioal  eltoit
of fstrovets ictuined to Iic'ard aftci hav-!madc t0 ^)1Ctld 'this tl,,th     Wc mll5t
World-Wide Dry
Plans Outlined
Hands act oss the boiele. '-
-Spi in'rucltl i "ew sl>aI>c"1 s UC1< snapped up by tlioti-
j sands  The scenes on tlu sticcts ueio
! haul woik
Stamps Higher in China
Washington. Distnet of Columbia.
���Owing to the fluctuation in the UUe
of exchange beta con the United
State- <uid China, the Post Office tlc-
pamncnt has instuietcd its post offices al Shanghai and other Chinese
e-itics to make a fUt charge of two
lo one foi postage stamps when sold
for Chinese money That is, a onr-
ccut stamp costs tvio cents in the
Chinese tquhalcnt When sold for
gold, the chaige is tho same js iu
the United States
'It Ts In Demand.���So gieat is the,
demand foi Di, Thomas' liclcetiic Oil
that a largc factoij- is kcijt. continu.-
alb busy making and bottling it. To
bc ui demand shows popular ;ippiedition of this prcpatatiou, which standi
at the head of piopuetaiy compound!
ab" the lending Oil in the maikct, and
it is gcneially aelmittod that it is de-
seivmg of the lead
Thrilling* Experiences
A Gieat Aggressive World Duve
Against the Drink Traffic
Xcw Voik���The call to the woilelr-
wielc piolubitiou confcic'ucc icccntlv
issued by the piolubition leidcis of
the United States and Canada to temperance and piolubition otgani/ation
in 50 countiies. contains these statements ^
"Xo gieat pioblem w hit li has to do
with human vvelfaic can bc solveel
fully and peimancntly by a single nation, rcgaullcss of others Races anel
nations alike arc subj'cct to that high
law of international ethics winch n.-
sists that the solution bv any people
of a pioblem which concerns the
world tallies with it the duty and
icspou^ibihtv of pissing on each ^o
httioi> to otheis
"WotId eouebtioiis pieseuf .m un
paralleled opportunity for tho prompt
oiganiziliou ami sreoelv success cf
such a movement foi moi.il b^tiei
mcnt as that iepic=cnted bv thc ,i'ir-
lietuor ctusadc Ile.uts have been
softened .md chastened bv the cat.t-
clvsm through winch tbe nation-, t>f
the world have passed Hiiu'aiutv has
a l.u gei vision, men aic talking jmd
jthtiiktng in woild tain**, md ate p.c-
paicd tor .> btggci pioblem ot rcf ti,.
the tnue is crppoituiie f^i i gieat . g-
giessne world eliuc a^ ',s^ t'u dunk
tiaflit '    -
���    ��!��;���>����������������
a national    lejoiemg
eoiup.i.able    to a national
Thcic weie siiiii.i scenes m Uu pro-1
vinecs I
Ifiuuucris ot   holiday   makers join-'
} jneved to Suibiton, wheic they besi
SAYS CORNS LIFT  ii��ivii��. n-uiic, ,n,^���cr -ntv<,
Spies Resume Operations
Campaign    in    Switzerland     Openly
Conducted Against Allied
Tans   ��� Gei man spic- and propaganda agents have' lcs'imed then  op-
etatlOtl,:, in Svwt/eilaiid, hut their tac-
Constipation Cure
A druggUl *ay�� : "For nearly
thirty year* I bave commended
the Extract of Roots, known as
Mother Stiff el's Curative Syrup, for
the radical cure of constipation
nnd indigestion. It is an old
reliable remedy that never fail��
to do the work." 30 drops
thrice daily. Get the Genuine,
at drnjrgigt*. ,
lice had lo be called to . cgul.itc traffic
Mis.  Ilawkci   in  an mteivicw   s.uel
she had neve, lo^t hope     -Suml.^  i-! rcspor,dent of thc Temps iu Sivitzer
land writes     Instead of giwng .n.ite
^UI{h,i> eun $15 to f2j .i -wcelw A.esm
�� thout lc.iv ii g home Send fot iree booMct.
B.o,al College oi Sciencc-Oeiit H7, Toronto,
C inadi
A Do.uiniou Express Monc\
dolUi��   coits  x'irec ccjit^
Order ior fivo
,ties appaicutlv have changed, the or-J"   olfTvii^niLls"s"sAf tb iufl^ST-
i  ������      sentatives,    jircterabl>     ireu    i.ltli    wde
I icijuaintiulc  wiio liate hail e^ pensnee in .n��
p. ,i f   ti * p "        ~"   "'   o-������a      | suutiLe   book^, stocks oi otliei  sinuld.i e\pcu-
inc  cse.ipe  oi   liic  avutois  is   re-1 rlll jic]   to clan serous elements m thc!e,lce    Unusual opportunity foi live men ��U
out lucky dav," she s.ud
gaitled   ts mii.ieulous, ..s thc stcame.
llaiv heiself wis lakmg  an unusu..l ja    ^ ' AlfL .lllllosL" opcni."  c'.gngcd'in  Adjl'
couiscuidthccvva' noi  t single ship  va-doUS foMl��� ot ^^^ against^
,,     , . . , | tie haul iiO'l.crs     Chance to becou e riaiiage
allied comii-nes as, toimcilv, German' of >0��r ov\n ofnee ii >ou deliver the goods
tis.   \Mth   mil   iiiiorni-i'iou.   Olen.i -Cra'it
You lccklcss men and women who
aic pestcied \,ith coins and who hive
at least ouec a week invited an awful
death fiom lockjaw oi blood poison
aie now told by a Cincinnati authoiity
to iisc_a thug called ficc/ouc, winch
the monicnt a few diops are applied L. r.
to any corn, the soicness is relieved  wu'im ntt^' ll��lcs
and soon the ctUuc com, loot and all.'    repoit* paj   tubttu     io    the     fiirc
lifts out with the iingeis j ivav i gating of Haw hors   mrlimc    a-,
Iti* a sticky ether e ompound which jthe ,urpiaue kct,t ln tl   llo ,d   stru,riu
dues the moment ir is    applied    and  , .,       ,   ,- "
dimply shiivcis  the coin  without m-  Uuc m0ic th��� ^-���i   across    thc
fl.unt.ig or even iint.,ting the surioim-'-^t''1"1^        Lhc opinion is expressed ,
ding-tissue or skm   [t is claimed thaL, tliut thc accident v\as b.i ^hgltt,  that."01 I'ruUU    'uc bcme dlfctubutC(J    >�� j
a uuaitei of an ounce ot trcc/onc will���f the  uurlunc had  been  a seaplane ' ?,'",llcc1 cm cIopcs ^X m lhc oKcct; ,of. posal   foi
ii,  5s6  Km^ &h\ard  Hotel,   loronto
Proposed Triple Alliance 3
cost veiy  little  ,\t  any  of  thc  thug   rr ,��� i .,   ^���t,i   .^   ,
stoics, but is  sufficient to  nd one's   lLw"��l   c��Vld hauJ  'U>
soil   coin   or
feet  of even* haul
-You aic ftuthei vf.umel tint euttuig'
it a coin is a ��ttnudal habit
toinploioci  the eotnsr
mto tbe craft f.om v,hich it ttis hung
The teat was demc .tt t iiciglu'ol" -,j00
feel     lie has haped  fi.iiu one plane j
iv.r...���  i...j.
Iheic  can be no objection to a girl
 trv tug to nccr i��itn the futiiLC,.b"t chc
should never look foi ward
Canadian Soldier as Farmer j to another m tii�� au iicn.tc. imtiuvei
-   *   | made an a-rent iio'u on.  plant  to in
4,000 Will Be Located in the  Ptaine ",thei
Province \ 	
i'.dmoiitoti, Albcita   ��� < )t th
sohhei-tarmei s~ w ho^will
go on the , ('f J{;)l!t0
Sailor Had Many and Varied Experiences Dunng the War
Eighteen  dajs m  the l^o'vcls  of a
hostile siibniaune was otic ot the wartime cxpciiences of C iptaiu Lvans. of
thc     tianspoit     Ticviellatd,     which
J touched at Sydncv icccntlj foi bimket
coal, en loute fiom Black Sea poits
to Montreal, whoieshe will load general cai go The captain's founcivcs-
��el was sunk a few months before the
.umistice was signed, and thc L"-boat,
on which he* was a eaptive, hael several aelv��iiluies, among them a collision with an Italian stcame*. Befoic
he was lauded .it-Hehgol uul, afUi
eonlincment in a i>uson camp at Ilia-j
ticc and Ins since gonr- back to sci ' ni >"'l��nonton and Ctlg<uy fo. the- pui-',oi   .Iuil -
lhc  r.cwellaid, betoie crossing    the I1""51  ot Knma ���Ti>=>'st^uc lo p.ospee ' 	
Ml.mtie, was engaged in .aiivmg mil  huc snl(i"'  sctt! M m *hl  ��a^  '" ��>-|     \,su.d.u ,    i.cslui
mlioiis to fieucral Denekme*= Ru^imltoin,at,t,n   ll,out  tluu  UCI   ^ux   l',,r"l fhu<l- oi tod..
,u rues in the Crimea , chafes ���t live   stock, imi-ieunuls .uul.
Aviatot's Daring  Feat 'MuiaitU 1 liumeni (o
Atl t.itit  Citv ���Lieut    Oitu.t  Lock-
lea i, former])  with thc . u aiuij, gave<
a demonstrauo'i  vlueh is  said to be
one of the gicatrst -n annals of flviiic,,
of catching    .. d >ugluiL,    'ope laddci
Gent-.,���I  have used vou'   Mmud'��lQ01
t the I
the allied powers       c i
"A    veiy     mipoiuiit     aiiU-Oulish,
|e.imp'ngii h,.s  ju-t   beeu  duseovcicd,-'' will Mean  Perpetuation  oi Existing
i the    eoncspoiulent    su-.       "Leaflets' Engagement Between the
'Urm.i^ the name of ncithei    authoi , Countries
Tue-ic is  no new   idea  in  the   pn��-
, ,,-- m   alliance  of  the   Cmied
...ed   u  i���d]tlu n"��tunpoil��it<.wissp.ipcr^ Ui-.s-atcs.  Guat  Bntain  4.id   Frame   to
bwiss pohee havc tecentl> icceued a' ltfcnd  the  L.st-namcd  po^Cl     fjom
.gieat  epiaiititv of  theie.  Mu   Gciman,' fuUne Cr( rniaJ
jongm of v.hich is vcrv appaieni
(     'I   tau   deelaie   positive 1>    th.it   a
luumbet  of Get nans laUh   m.vtd at  :<}r tnlcnt or thc eil[ra^ mciu eMstmK
Geneva,  wcie identified     as    toimcr'
aggiessiotr Sueii a
ronpaa will mean to Great Hiit.un
~nti  bianec a peipetuation and icm-
'tables foi  yeais anel cons det
hest  medicine  obt.nnabh
o Youis itulv,
\LI'lvlCD  UCH 1I-W,
from a second .uiplane ,u\d climbing 1'ioprictor    Rovton   Pond   flotfj   md  Gei nun  p-opagandi sttviee��  ai     fai
1 i\ ei v  Stable-
Racial Bogie Raised
between lhe coutucs pnoi to 1914 So
' ir a- thc Lnitcd States is concerneel,
-'u' 'giee-ucut will bc mcrelj* the re-
��tfii"i.iti'in of a pohev ct thc Kuicii-
e,.n people which public opinion forc-
*il on tiie Piesident, against his will,
tt   tl.e veiy stait oi  the v otld wai
| tiom bemg  disorganized      it   i,  i1soilJlt   NWlipithj   0l   U,c Vmled  StaU,
'siemi,r���it that Germans /ho wen  it   % rnl ^ M F[ancc m such ^ conrrcle
tin. head ot the piopau.uuh o.g i ./u-J i>av thfU u s, cpt :^R]e _,��� t[,c adnun.
tion Inu  icfiPied to th-n ohl posts    , ,Vll,inoi,.N   luult,lllc uUa. of ncutial.
m iu spus     Q hey ju  spending j
lot  of   niotiev,  but  it  Ir.s     not  b>-Cti i
posstblc" to discovti    thin paititula.
kind ot p.opagauda Tluu piesenee ui
Swit/cil.uid, howevci, pt. jes. t.iai t'.^
Then, m.iv be othci coi
lane'  this spmit,  ,ind  smnmei   to  run   ��che  -mt   ,ols  o
fauns ot then "own, 4 000 will be lo-' QROK 'jb "iui"
lo  due a   Cold  in  One  Day
^SA \.\ I i\'il - ]iliO\tv> '���vit'l.M'N r J
btop-!   the   Ccirii   Jiul   tle-.tl
oft     tlie     Cold. I     W '
e  on  u cit-to!.      3l<e. j
iii-v anel niide us ��ii\ <dlj ol the Ficnch.
Tr.,     ,      -,-        , in '"llV !VlLi v^fl i1'"1 to-ucie.udcr with Gieit Bii-
|Attack on League of  NaUons  From'^of Urn hT.o "n   t^ults au K-n long before ue   twMy became
Ncw Point of View in U S
mil r*/>f-ii nr
cited m the pr.iine Province, sivs
Lapl \V C C fimcs ducitoi ot
eejiiipmcnt foi tltc soldiei <-cttlcmcnl
boaid.    Branch  ofuces    of  the  *-tock
Congress  -
"\\ asliington   ���   \n   ,i,U(k  on   the ( Canada's  lmmigiation  Bdl
League of N'atruns  is ofnni'g   giavc      (Hum  ���  riie    new    Imuu^iatiou
Tiuuinji     'Oh.    mother,     l\e  msl j dangers to the futuie w..!- nuide m the'Bill  ioi     C tuaela  ha�� been     icpoited
nokcsi thc liatliioom window  ' 'senate bv Sei-atot   Reed   He inociatie. 1 from the committee hi lue House ot
' j
Mother   "Don't eonn, wonviu^ me ot Missoiu;, who declared thu. unde t ' Oommons   wilh some    sl.glu piierel-
I'ni bi.sv  wasiung     K< mind mo [the cotivinant m its presi m foim na  ^uetus      Oiie  e>f  these  pi events     the
(���fit J\*t i
_    _    , - -    _.     . , now      tin in.sv  wasiung     K< imiui me tne cotivinant m us presi in toim na  ^uetus      Uiie  e>i   tliese  pi events
dcnbuig, hc was set tree by the aimis-|f>cil,s.|nncnt ,;,'"ucl1  '1,lvc  !'0(*"  opened, ilVt,.t olli  n,j [ n ^<  ,,|>oUt v ui'sh.t.g' turns governed bv othei races    -vould [bringing    into Lauadi    ot co-iecaled
Send Salmon to Fiji Islands
The cvpoil -ceiiou of the Canadian
I radc Commission nas panted a pci-
nur to e\pott Brmch Columbia Chum
s.ilmon to a md chant m the Liji
Island- Tin- is the dist coiisidciable
e>ulc-   ueeived   in   the   Dominion   foi
win ues
llitiiibti        Vrr..ngi mt nls    h.i\<     been'
niiidt   with leading  nnuuiactiner-  of
|Sf.um implements feu  spe< ial i.ttes on'
i tluu   machines   Sunil.ii  ,iir.ipu> ments
1mm   been completed  with a  n imbi r  Suffcied Like a Boob for Years���Got  h,-u<
Mmard'b Linimen* sised by Physicians
Germany Discarded
278    'Royal      I ei'SOHS-,,f lumbu  \.ireK for spicial prie^ (Mi
, l.mhlmg s'-.pidje-        The .settler deai-
Piussia  Has.  Sent 33  Royalties   rnto;,hml ulUl t!lL���. ,���.,,,��� UI1  ri(l,llMtK1,
Exile ' noui   the   bond,  .md   _'<1s   hie   s.h.k.
\   Gel man   profcs>oi    li^im.s      that   strwn    is the u-u i] ntul <u-ii.mti
the abdications .uul dctiuotx ii>�� fits m ������	
Geimany include. 27S  person*.        P>a- A Tip to the -'.lajor
vana leads with a kin.,', ejiiCMi, lutcen,     Mn  -< moi n tj->r <it a  ll-iti-h'n.
Relief tn Ten Minutes
Catarrhozone Did Cure
1 ii. I
itmc the pudoiiimatinf, tout In capon-,    and mi-nliei     p-ovieks uu
The sonatcn  pin.cntid  -i iUsIk-  to, the   repottm,r ehrec1   tu   the  -mnistei
show   tlu: of the to* il [ ot al ition 'n'bv  i.imii���iatiou ofucUK  ,vl ��,n ,m ,m-{
t!-f  comities    oppn-iii ,    tIi-"1    hague,  migi.uu advocate^  th*1  oveuiuo\\   ot
Sll.-12s50O would be ot black, vellow,  < i-estitmiou d ���o\. rimcnt by foiei
bsiiwn .md red i.ieis. wnh only 2Sti.-1 	
rS^.K-ll of the white i ice     In tho as-   Mmaid's,      Liniment      Lumbennan's
seiirilv   winch is te> be the governine Fiiend
lindv      k^ -ini  white  nations    .eonId, "
firltn.      Mpu-tntatives    ,m<l'   London and the Diamond Industry   ,
i Uu n-   -eve lift n     iipie-enti-
utugce- hive rcti'iued    w thui   im    posMhle- so tTiai  she wild elo the work
tl> ( s
|vetv  manv   mouths fiom this maikct.
Nature and
the Indian
Although Hr���, mmlcis nf ^^KItd^Z^Z J^dTi ���� S'
litliiihtd-   of   -he
Coldest Villaire
slilCt  I
Ucl.lllOtiS   Ji j(>ll'
iictmvd the North  iJo}.
i i >.i_��_ j. Mo-i
.-. ine cold
bo.-   .1  'ill ll    t"WU    .UC    Mlkit.
(���ii.iiih i/o.ii     f,'->t     into-   the
stores       Notluiij   on    e.-rtli   like I..-,
... '"  t.uih<>7!��n<-   lo   I. ilh    cut    I atarih   t-t plat e on earth,  Lltiioucth scientists
pi.nc-s, siMocii pnnvesses. n^- ��hilc.;ilK���i w.,s ,rlunIi ti���  llimf.i ot lu- ad-  CohU m  r.m,u��.iti. ��� mu tvpWcis !.��� f j��.0.-ci1 e>ther-vi-e
a tluchc���       Piussta    h.t-    -iiil  vice anel eviiernutt to it vom'it.il sub        'C itanh-voiic "��� it i-nt     i thi-tr   -
it - t lu.hnc v ip >r full ot pir.i is
-���t u< i - a'ui 1 e'In ^ 1-<K. pis It sptc.ul-
^Vtl   the   -U.Mees   th .t      u    w-  .S   Aiu\   K   '-    oltl   l il
s(,t.   fn.i it >"_'m jr     Iv   rv   ��ptit tint   otiail-1-      Bin hi-     \1 iska    lowtvt
is   ioiin��-.nd    l-  Isabel -f-uaijoi   --  s- i iiU - Ik I��mv   1 i>i I Gu bon. his scv
anel    a tluchc���       Piussta    h.t'
, tliutv-tluec ro\alttes into e\ile -e^e  hen '   lie   evcl.nuied    "ihU  is
I     Bnuiawkk l-  at lhe bottom oi  uie'ri,,u   lllst dinner   ..nd    .\ ^-11,  -'i>  < i-v
H-t   with   nnlv   the  due il   couple   am! [ nlfi, t'lc dceintt r. mv bot    Ri'ncmb< r
,thei>  three chddren        fl-c two    tire tX.^,u\ <i^ l0ri-, .m^-e���n t' al1 that
In  tact    Xrtistn   md  oMtei   ��\p!oicrs
-   il tliit 4- ->i  5i> dura- u low  zero
llu i ior tlu
principalities    ^it    { ippe and
i\.ho-el    trea    i-    iitidlv      ���. otu
Ihuidicdlh part of i'rtts-i     h i-
[thirtj���K roy.ilIK-
,     The  princip.htv      e.i   1 tpjit
| .mout twenty -<-u tn  ���nilt- li"
Jthe Rciiss -tate,_h id a     nol
1 numbering tvventv t<>.n p. *-��>�����
' e\traorehinrv   i<: th'  c.ist   of *-
' burg-Lippc.     .vith     its    a>-ea
Keli-s .
-t rt ot thin-.     Hire* a tjood
tip    S^i.
l t'ire.e
lho-i   -dv��i  e 'Pilli stick- there
" \\ her
-   t \ifed
vou   i an   -' <    'om   tn^ti id   ot
tVn   ���
wh\   ih.tr e��u'   e ��� h-Miu      stl
, uh
' ft* reel'v          .itl     ti. ml -
l    ll' > ���>
Tl |>l i ('    llu     \ nil V    < illl l 1         '
iii   d   a
. in.u
\!��� i I'uuk v<'.'.     ' 1 i       i- v, i
lionu  it
\ e st
i m.t      .1 1 i ri  -   >iili   niii   i i   i
.'     -'..k
��� hit i-
ot  2J()
at.  < 1< nut
coiu uul e
, -t>     ll'lll'v        -
t.i i h��vi i i
1 cil-'
i\ av    j 1
��� ti i li , i e
^ti.i    -o
1;(    .   .
i al t'u.c- 1
,  1'
ii    'IA ��.��\'i tv ns
.di  -������ t-tpt uns  or
arc,     Not ���i,r   '^^  ^^
ki-. , '<'���    ,    ���s  i ,\.   be ihe
.   <     ��� '    d ti'r-'roits   ii,    h
l       '        iu   it I   llf,
t   . \ll      liv     il  I -  [
i i-   t     -..        I '<
i   '       "���!   "    > . -ll \\
tl.   87  ind ^^ .naik
'- tinr^io  -   i.i tut1 ''
c -id ~. -]ii i-i ilu  urn lu   it .iot i
��� _ t ir, i^.. ici
fir   Uuii.,
,tivc land,    'b- i.i nuotu!  viittei-
poh-l.^r- ,:i-iid ti> ri inn.u i.i London
f o-iit'in \ iii be bom the   \nt \ m]) and
Viustcid.ui'   or  the   tuluie I oi'i'on
will  he   lhe hub <-i   tut   ui tii-iitij  uvi
v t I m���.lot   Oliiv   mi   -dlit c,   tlu    ��111'-:
bul  tor  pi-p..iii.e   tnem   ui-1 iim-Iiuij;
thc-i    idi     tin     iiuirkcts    (ri rerrfh '
Roumi     ibout   ilat.on     Irardrt lirj;t
'fc.om-     h've   liei n     .-tabli-h. d  bv '
i Bcl^j in   ham ,t-ti meril
-kU iijlt   ii" lub' i -   ni
hi i      ���    ij>'o  ( d
t fu^e
id c i.i
-      li t\i
liuns Foi-nung Ncw  Gove.nn-.cnt
u nl
��fjuarr miles, where there itn ncarU
oni   roval    jier-emi^e  roi     ivin
���sfitiarr  i.iile =
VM rt*WH/'H-r*KA+.
>o\.      s.i'd   the     niote-.-i)r.    -.ij
U\e  p,wi,>cr tl at lo  mjhh  tonviil-io-i ��>i ra-
ttir- portions ot iht   f.mh   io\\   imeii,
  v.t-r liccsn-e elrv    laud    v Ini vv j "o
Belgian Demobilization              * bc the  luo-t promiimt  innait<r
Brv.s<-el-, Belgium���lhc W.tr  Mm  'the 1 i i��'-i H e      \nd the pirl. \ I t. .i���s
[1-ts.r has '.nnouiiC'I tl at  11-A\> mi t-1 irii"i.r   f>   Minn.->   i   v    v i-    --(plifd
! In - lu.cn dvmobih/'ed r.nd that oh\-,   ("''''"' -' "'"��� "i'u-
fi>0 others .rc ttill io ^--htir-   -(rvice I ~���  ���
Villages Wiped Out   ^y  Vokano
\ i.-*-�� l ���1 !i(    \   U iii-i   oi    |\ i]
tin i    in  if iV      ii--  ii- r-t  into  rrt!p;oi
it ��� I
I ink
, t ow    .
\i ii i 'g     '        t   nu   vilh_   s in
i        oi   llr .i-i       .ml   rt   rI
i   P lit ii
v       iu I   wav ci!  \ ih
in   ill-   n -iu
���he oi- ���   KIt .^      1   V.iiov     '���
^'"il ''�� --Ik     i   -    iii'k     -V.im,
Ojen Aie
'      i \< i -tel      i e   te,.
1 u-      huh      . rieijjtu.s  looked
'lloi-   ..a" one   k"K-v    v\'a.   a
-he   -i-Kc-tl    i(   le'ul'v \
'   liii   I  ii \
! Ai ^"-e
.i'T    Tulll
-eon- p'vw
r rnuiCU
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to i��-utt��..
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f>   v. or'- ,
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-1 IH  Ul   T    -.
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n it i  i r' lu -���
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tor Movies
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.It     A   I
-   Dill    l
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t   I  .
tilt rC
\    i (>  \
til   V.
f- I (.
i '   i   ort
and let Jiins
hunt, therefore
lie dug j,ai>oot*
i��ol for /rr, for
that was their
great remedv for
female weaknesses .
Dr Pisree iii��
the same root���
cslKl Blue C'o-
lieFh.���m hi-i
Tpvorite   Pre-
sinniJon" "ski'l-
lully   eombinfMl
with   other
it more effective.
Woi- cu wco a*e w ora <>'if, -vho suffer
from pAin at Tegular or irf c.dur mt^rvab,
who are nerro-c1 ot dizzy at tuce^, choulij
take  ihat -reliable,   ipinperane*-, herbal
ttii; wh'cb. a doctor in sctiro practice
presi ribed man;.' v ears ago    Xoiviold by
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Celintjiient Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7 00
Estray Notices ...3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
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The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be'pleascd
to have more money,
Hon. Dr. J. D. MacLean arrived in town Sunday morning on
one of his periodical visits to tbe
riding. Interviewed by The Ledge
he made rather a lengthy statement
ou some of tbe criticisms that are
made of the administration of the
present government.0
Overhead Expenses in Connection
With Road Work
This includes the salaries and
travelling expenses of district engineers, clerks in engineers office,-
and road superintendents  salaries.
From the remarks heard one
would think said Dr. MacLean
that the Bowser Gov't had no road
engineers. This is not so; they
had four engineers for the .whole
province at a cost of 812,000 per
year ancl in addition iu the year
1913 they expended $90,000 for
additional engineering expenses on
roads, bridges, &c.
The following table shows the
expenditures for 3 years and the
corresponding overhead expenses,
bub does not include the $90,000
spent for extra engineers in 1913.
(The present government expended
only ��3,300 in extra engineering
ing work last year. ),.
und Road
Buiits cost
help in
ro'il dp"t
Total Expenditure    Roads,
Bridges, &c
Pui) Act. P. C. 249
)?4,Soo,ooo  .. -  i6S,7po   21,300   190,000
1915-16     .    '       .1915-16     .      '   '   ���'        '     - ���-
Page'C3to)  ��� .   ./     ' "   ���'   -   7
��2,140,000 118,800   20,400   139,000
,. ���  prkskxi' Government ""
"    . MITJS'- -       -   '-  1917-KS
- PageJl 29: .'.',��� ' ' '    :
. ��1,550,000. ; 110,000.   23,800 -134,000
-"While-.the .old government;were'
spending less than half as much in
1916 as they were spending in 1913
yet their clerical help cost within
���$900 what ifedst. in ��� 1913.    Showing.that  the cost of  clerical help
, can not "always  be reduced.where
one reduces the road appropriation.
The  old'government   engineers
..lived in Victoria and went back
and forth to the country- districts
"We have our eight road engineers
living in the centre of their districts, giving supervision-to the
���work of road.building. ���   \
These, engineers also report on
all . government,. buildings,... and
saves "the expense of an architect
coming from the. coast to make
_ _ . . _.jand dis-
of. arch-
ments was conducting the affairs
of the province during the laBt six
years of office, while the figures for
1918 and 1919 show our financial
D Deficit or
S Surplus
D 300,000
D 2,500,000
D 5,200,000
D 4,000,000
D 2,100,000
D 200,000
S Probably
N.B. The above is the ordinary
expenses of running the government and does not take railways
iuto account. The figures given
ar? iu round numbers and are up
to March 31st of years referred to.
From the above you can see that
the province was going behind
from 1911 to 19X7 at the rate of
83,250,000 per year.
We stopped this. "We are paying also nearly ��1,000,000 a year
interest on the bonds of the P. G.
E. Railway in addition.     ��
Could any province with a rev-
euue of only 87,000,000, continue
doing business if they went behind
83,250,000 per year.
When we proposed increasing
taxes to pay our way, the leader of
the opposition raised the cry
"You are taxing us to death, why
not borrow some money?" This is
what the late government did
They went iu debt to run the
affairs of the province, we are
carrying on the affairs of the province without going further into
Their financial record in brief
from 1911 until they, were defeated
(a) Spent,  money   they   lud   in
Bank amounting to 88,500,000
(b) Borrowed       -       89,000,000
(c) Sold land &c     -    89,000,000
Left province iD debt   823,000,000
If the province was practically
out of debt in 1910, and the debt
in 1917 was $23,000,000-and the
province had to pay 81,000,000 a
year interest on the P. Q-. E. Railway or in other words if you had
to pay 83,000,000 a year in interest
and sinking funds, how could you
prevent increasing, taxes. For not
one dollar of the above have we
been responsible.
We did the unpopular thing and
increased taxes, but both this year
and last year, the revenue and
the expenditures were equaU
We did borrow money however
for productive enterprises such as
the Land Settlement Board, Irrigation Works, etc, but every dollar
of this is charged up against the
land affected, and will all be repaid. The 89,000,000 borrowed by
the late government was entirely
for current expenditures excepting
Had we not increased taxes we
would have to borrow two or three
million dollars every'"year. How.
long could this go on. ; For a very
short time, aa the banks would refuse to lend.any more money.
For the past two years, we have
so conducted the business of the
province that we .are paying our
way each. year.
If, the. provineial finances are
carefully handled for the next few
years there is reason to expect that
the taxes can.be considerably reduced.   , ������'x ��� ���"
Your taxes have been  increased
Rough Stuff
Tom���Wasn't she annoyed when
you called on her with a four-day
beard on your face? .
Dick���Yes, she said she^felfc it
very much.���Dallas News.
Did you know that Bombaugh
once figured out that there'd be
more than 100 rooms each 16 feet
square for every person who got to
' Dealer in
Orders Promptly Filled
P. 0. Box 1102      -      Nelson, B.C
FRONT ST..     NELSON.     BOX 865
Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
4�� 4* 4�� 4�� 4* 4* 41 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4��
C LOAT is nofe a periodic- ^
"'   al.    Ife is a book con- X
feo pay th^ interest on ;the monies
borrowed and the debts incurred
by the late McBride-Bowser. government.
New Game
""plans," -for "repairs,' &c,
penses with the services
itects, at' Victoria.
They also prevent the duplication of roads. In considering the
cost of supervision. at present one
; must; remember that wages have
gone up afe ���- least. 25 per cent since
the year 19.16. -: 77-;.  7.;
Oi ticism  has : also   been, made
thafe the present.'. government' has
. increased taxes.'.'...Undoubtedly.this
,.:iJ3.true.-'-���.>'. 7-"_-;. V-7 :..:'���;��������� '"��� -"-���-���
Why?. The1 answer to this ques-.
tion entails a, review of.the finances
of the! province when we took office.
All the money that-we found in
ihe treasury was, SCO, OQO,  not suf-:
.   ificient tp run.7the' province'for.two
"weeks; /'���';;.--     ""-..''"" iiyi'X '7.7 ���
In  1910,   G   yrg previously, the
province was 88,000,000 in - debt
X and fehey. had- ��8,000,000 in   the.
bank with which to pay.'-.:'   - '���,..���_���
In other words' as Sir Richard
= McBride saw : in 71910,  theyj had
-   enough money, in the bank to pay
.all feheir debts...7        7
Howevar when they were; defeated in 1936, they were/823,000,000
..   in.debfe, and.had; only ��60,000-'.in
.: the Bank'for current expenses.
;.-. Interest . and .  sinking     fund
: airfonnting. to    nearly7 $2,000,000
:"had to.be paid each -.year as  well
. as the annual Interest and  sinking
funds :of; nearly: a ��1,000,000 oh
the P. G-.E.,railway, or a total in
interest and sinking funds of nearly 83,000,000 per year hiad: to be
provided  as against  8530;000 .in
���   1931.
.The whole revenue of the province for the last year of fehe
'������ Bowser administration was lees
than 67.000,000, while fehe total
expenditure for that year was, 89,-
. 000.000.. In. other words nearly
one half-, the revenue had to be
raised in .paying "interest and sinking land:
The. following table  will show
how the McBride-Bowser govern-
. -'We're going to have a grab-bag
at. our sociable," said the: cheery
woman to Mr. Growcher.     7   ;.
"You mean one of those things
where everybody reaches in and
tries to help himself to the .best of
it?";;.' 'X;.-X' ;���;   ������ -.  '>;;��� '-/���
: "Something' like that. 7 Only I
should like a, modern; and ,elegant
name for ifel'77.7-7. ��� X ii '".':,.',
'' .'f^yeil,-;why; don't you. call, it
'league of natioca"?"���Washington
Star.    '.-���: 'x/X    xix X-.x.X x--ry.
taining 86 illustrations all
told, and is filled with
sketches and stories of
western life. It tells how
a gambler cashed in after
the flush days of Sandon ;
'how it rained in New Denver long after Noah ..was
dead; how a parson took a
drink at Bear Lake in
early days; how justice
was dealt in Kaslo in '93;
how the saloon man out-
prayed the women in Kala-
^mazoo, and graphically depicts the roamings of a
western editor among the
tender-feet in the cent belt.
It contains the early history
of Nelson and a romance
of fehe Silver King mine.
In it are printed three
ju western poems, and dozens
T of articles too numerous
***s--to mention. Send for one
4* before ife is too late. The
price is 50 cents, postpaid to any:part of   the
ters to
Address  all  let-
*������ *f* *?��� �������� �������� ������f* *f* 4�� 4* ��� 4* 4s
Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.
KASLO     B.C.
Annual Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of the
Greenwood City Waterworks Co., will be
held at the Company's office at Green-
wood^on Wednesday, the 23rd day' of
July, 1919, at 10:00 o'clock in the morning, for the transaction of the general
business of the company and the election
of a Board of Directors.
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. i-
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
And-which Is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may :.
arrange   for   adjacent   pre-emptions
with joint residence, but each making -
necessary improvements on respective
claims. ."���'((>'...'..���������',���������'
_ Pre-erhptors 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 pro- -
portlonate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent resi-
dence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
1308 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make Improvements
or, record same will ' operate ' as .forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in"
less than 5 years, and Improvements
of $10.00 per acre. Including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence '
of at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, lf he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land. a
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homosites;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
For grazing and industrial purposes,
areas   exceeding   640   acres   may   be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or industrial  sites on
timber land  not   exceeding   40 acres
may be purchased; conditions include .
payment ot 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 made.
Order Now
Your Cutting Machinery  -   Binders
and Rakes
We handle the McCormick and  Deering   Line
and will be pleased to order repairs.
for all makes of Machines.
Get our prices on Barb Wire and   Nails'.     We can
save you money on large or small lots.
Ship us your hides.   We pay cagh and remit promptly.
Midway, B. C.
In the Similkameen Land District, Recording
District of Fairview; and situate East of
and adjoining Lot 1028.
TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Clmrles Graser,
of Boundary Falls iu said District, occupation,
Rancher, iniend to aoply .for permission to
purcliaso the following described lauds:
.Commencing at a post planted at the
South-East corner of Lot 1028; tlience North 20
chains; tlience East 20 chains; thence South 20
chains; and thence West 20 chains, and containing- 40 acres more or less, the same co be
utilized for grazing purposes.
Dated at Boundary Falls, B.C., May 30,1919.
E. W. WTDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box biio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper.
$i each. Gold-Silver $1.50. Silver-I<ead
$2.oa Silver-Lead-Ziuc $3.00. Charges
for other metals, etc., ou application.
PHONE   13
Auto    and   Horse   Stages
Leave    Greenwood    Twice
Daily to Meet Spokane and
Oroville Trains
.(Diversion and Use.)
TAKE NOTICE that John Portniann and
Josephine Portmaun whose address is Greenwood, B. C; will apply for a licence to take
and use 2 miner's inches of water out ol a small
un-named stream runniug- through Lot 312 S
which flows southeaster^ and disappears into
the ground Sonth of the South line of said Lot
312 S.
The water will he diverted from the stream
at a point ahout 100 feet South and 400 feet East
of the North-West corner of said Lot 312 S, and
willbe used for irrigation purposes upon the
land described as Lot 312 S in the Similkameen Division of Yale District.
This notice was posted on the ground on
the lltb day of June 1919.
A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will
be filed in the oflice of the Water Recorder at
Grand Forks, B. C.
. Objections to the application may be filed
with the said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rig-hts, Parliament
Building, Victoria, B. C, within tuirtv days
after the first appearance of this uotice in a
local newspaper.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is June 19th, 1919.
The scope of this Act is enlarged to
include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The
time within which the heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Act is extended
from for one year from the death of
such person, as formerly, until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war. This privilege Is also made retroactive.
No fees relating to pre-emptions are
aue or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26,4918
Taxes are remitted for five years
Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August
��, 1914, on account of payments, fees
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions
Interest on agreements to purchase
town or city lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31. 1920.
Provision made for issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchasors of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
purchasers who failed to complete
purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do_not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may
be distributed proportionately over
whole area. Applications ' must be
made by May 1, 1920.
Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic
development of livestock industry provides for grazlng\ districts and range
administration under Commissioner.
���Annual grazing permits issued based
on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may
form Associations for range management. Free,- or partially free, permits
for settlers, campers or travellers, up
to ten head.
Tire Consolidated Mining & Smelting, Co.
of Canada, Limited ^
Offices, Sineltiug aud Refining Department '
\-       -.���������' - - .
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers .of Gold,   Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,; Pig Lead and Spelter
There is no better time than right now to buy that wheel yott have had in
mind.   Yoa will enjoy better health, have more time to yourself when
you ride a wheel
It does not cost much to keep a bicycle. That 5s if you buyjthe right kind of
a bicycle
A Cleveland or Red Bird equipped with Dunlop tires will last a life time.
We sell them, also high grade accessories, lamps, and everything else, in
the Bicycle and Motorcycle line.
First class repair work, and our prices are right. "     .^
J. R. MOOYBOER,   Grand Forks
welding,  brazing 'and
Blacksmith aud
bicycle  dealer, ,oxy  acetylene
all around repair shop
'T^OR every Waf'Savings Stamp which ^.you can
���'��� purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the
Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay 'you $5.00
in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 atone time* accumulate, sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps w
and exchange them for a $4.00 War Savings .Stamp.
<[ Should circumstances compel you to realize on'
your investment,, your money with accumulated
interest is always available.
(British Colombia Division)
*_ ���
rift Stamps
He; Took His
.'And Left   -
Autos for Hirer  The finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying
Palace ^Liyeiy^ And
Ail Work Guaranteed
Chevrolet, Dodge, aiid Studebaker Cars;
Also Republic and National Trucks
��� ���-���    ��������
.-'She^And   did  you , bring   me
back any souvenir? ���;������,-;*
7"He���Yes^here's a'.German' bul-,
let that tho,doctorl took:'-.6nfe of my
'leg.- .-_:  :X-X'~'"\x���/;���,��� ix '.;'���: ''*.'���
.; "She���-Obi-1 wish it had.been a
German helmet.7 ,77
Canada's National Debt
.. The Canadian national; debt.;ih
1914 .totalled -.846,; a head. It is
now over S270. Increased trade
only,.- says the Canadian Trade
Commission can help as to carry
the new burden. ...
A. newspaper man recalls "Wn
Ting Fang's famous wheeze abont
the ChinamanJ who committed
suicide by eating gold leaf/
X- ."But I don't see how that killed
him���hpw didrit?": jaquired
society man* . X;"- '���'- yy..-X;7-*"'-'\'������
."I suppose," said Wn,. seriously,
' 'that it waa the the consciousness
of inWard giltl"   ::. '7."-.--.'���   " ..
An observance on the part of telephone users on the following suggestions will save not only their time but will also assure them better service:
"-       Look into the telephone directory and be sure of tlae number.
 - Do not call unlil-you are ready-to talk. :���.	
Speak plainly and listen carefully.
Culanteeti Hotel
One of the largest hotels in
the city.   Beautiful location,
fine rooms and tasty meals.
<����4"$*4"$*4' ^4*4*4*4*4*^4**1**&**&���*��*);
tne Hotel
Helsotf, B*&
The only up<*t<vdate Hotel in tiie interior. ^First-class   $>
in every respect,       ^ 4*
.     -      _ 4��
Hot and Cold Water; Steam Heat and Telephone In ��f��
eacft room.
First Class Cafe and Barber Shop
Steam Heated;' Electric Lighted.
SATES 51.00 per day and up; ��,uroi>ean Plan.
Bcs Meets all Trains and Boats.
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