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Vol.    XXVI.
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Come In And See Our
""*     Large And Well Assorted Stock Of
Carpets,   Furniture,   Pictures,
Crockery,   Etc.   Etc.       v
Many   kinds of Oil,  Tinware
and  Hardware
PHONE 28        X       GREENWOOD, B. C.
Before buying see me about
Motor tractors and complete line
of Farm implements
MIDWAY      -      -     B. C.
I Around Home
re-opened  his
I     Stock Reducing Sale of Teas     |
We Are Now Showing
Mens Fine Shoes
Mens Work Boots
Mens Tennis Shoes
Boys. Serviceable School
Mens Fine Hats and Caps'*
W. Elson 8 Co
| Phone 46      LEE &BRYAN     |
���~ Canada Food Board License No. 8-6251 ^
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Laco Tungsten Lamps
15 to 60 Watt Lamps���50c each.
100 Watt Lamps���$1,25 each.
60 Watts   ���   *   *   $1.25 each
100    'X    /   -    -   2,00  ������-
200   ��     *   ,   *    3.50"
Greenwood City Waterworks Co.
Pool Room and First-Class
Barber Shop
Clears, Tobaccos. Soft Drinks.
Ice-Cream Parlor in Connection
Come in Often
T. O. Box 1102      -      Nelson, B.C
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 aud ice-cream. -
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats,-Fish
..   and Poultry.    Shops in nearly all the ,
:   towns of; the Boundary and Kootenay.
(COPPER SfREEi;; ^eeiwood,b.c
Dealer in -
Orders Promptly Filled
Agents for Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson,
Chalmers, Cadillac cars, and Republic
truck motors       -  Garage' in connection.
For Sale'.���-A Perfection , A,
wire-stitching machine. Apply
to The Ledge.
' Old-" newspapers   for   sale   at
The Ledge office.    Getsome be
fore thej are all gone. -���.-
The development of the; mineral deposits
throughout Canada is of paramount importance to the country.
There are many ways in which this Bank ..
can assist miners.   ;Call upon us and let us
explain what a complete, banki ng; service _;"'
���'"means to you..';. -V^ '���- ���'"'
Beginning July 20
'���*"'.";,   ���FROM--
���Will run only on���   ;
Wednesdays and Saturdays
.as follows
Lea vs���Grand "Forks, :8.30 a, m;,
Phoenix, 11.15. a; m., Greenwood
12.30 noon, .arriving/al;Midway
l.SQ.p.m. :.-. x.-i.yX'r<yX XyiXiX: i
Leave���Mid way .2.30 p.m.rGreen-
wopd,. 3.20 p.m. arriving Grand
Forlcs 5- pi mix." ,:: X:" y -ifX,."''._*";" "XX
^Trainsj.leaye; Gerrard;.'.twice a
E,   Mobbs   has
hotel at Gerrard.
W. T. Shatford is spending the
summer at Penticton.
More than 50 men are working
for the Granby in Pnoenix. .
This week Jerry Reid is punching tickets in the Slocan.
George R. McCabe ihas moved
from the Forks to Edmonton.
The C.P.R. will close its depot
at Eholt on Saturday.
The Providence mine is loading
another car of rich ore. '
At McElmon's. Waltham
Watches.    Boys Watches.
The Bank of Commerce will
soon open a branch in Trail.
D. Buchanan is on the Skeena
river, working on*a fishing tug.'
The Flu seems to have entirely
deserted tbe Boundary district.
Charles Cruse phas been transferred from Farrbn to Cranbrook.
J.-CV.Crnse, is relieving one of
the C.P.R, agents in the Slocan;
The Kootenay Power Co., will
furnish the Providence mine with
air. . '-���;���    -
J. C. Boltz and Laurence Nen-
zel, are building a house on their
ranch. -
Hothouse tomatoes were sold in
Greenwood last week for 30 cent��
a jjound.
Bing cherries are being shipped
from Penticton to Prince Edward
Island. -������;..
The Bell mine at Beayerdell
shipped 40'tons of ore- to Trail
this month.
Mrs, Wilson of California, is
visiting her mother, Mrs Cruse at
Boundary Falls*
We have received another lot of
navy and light colored prints.
G. A. Rendell.
Mrs. G. Swayne aud grandchild
are spending the week with Mrs.
Lee at Midway.
The mines at Phoenix will reopen, when coke is procurable for
the Granby smelter.
"Mrs.VC.'JV,j Eales -laucf: family
have gone to spend * the summer
holidays at the Coast.
On Saturday evening a large
number enjoyed a'dance at the
residence of R. Folyik.
R. E. Pemberton is lo have
charge of the boarding house at
the Rock Candy mine.
Irrigation would make Grand
Forks one of the greatest agricultural towns in B. C.  -
Jim Thompson is doing all that
he can to make Grand Fqrks wet
in the summer time.-
The Prince of Wales will visit
the west this summer, and may
pass through Greenwood.
The C.P.R. has moved a sand-
house and two bunkhouses from
Greenwood to Midway.
- Dancing every Wednesday evening at Christina . Lake Pavilion.
Refreshments served.
Fresh killed beef and veal for
sale every Saturday, 20c upwards.
J; Meyer, Government street.
For Sale���One strong letter:
press, and a .big, fat dictionary.
Apply at The Ledge Office.
Splendid assortment of English
hand tied flies, also leaders and
lines at Goodeve's Drug Store.
- J. L. White, D..P. S., is spending a few. days in Greenwood
greeting his many", friends.
John McKeller and his partner,
struck eight inches of high grade
ore in the Duncan last Saturdy.
White canvas ladies oxfords,
white canvas girls slippers and
boys running shoes at Rendell's.
" Alex Robinson accompanied by
two men frbm Cotyille, is looking
for a sawmill site in the.Boundary. ;.7T.; ' . .'"��� 'v .,;';';' .
\ Tuesday was the hottest dav iu
Greenwood for seven years; . The
official record was .303 in the
shade.. ,
Mr. McPherson takes.charge of
the,O.P_R. depot this week.; Mr.
Rudkin having been transferred
to A.danac.
Boys' and mens' hats and
caps. A good and varied selection to choose from at G. A.
Rendell's.. . .      ._
For Sale ��� Raspberries, Red
and Black currants. Delivered
when fresh picked.. .Wm. Jenks,
phone 7L. X-y-y-x :-<-yX XxX
A fish : weighing 4, J&s ..���.".and
measuring;23 inches., was caught
oil Sunday ;at. the second bridge
in Greenwood. ..XXyXXi' xXX-X
/.;;Sir.:Doua!d:Manu hais gone to
Stewart to look at "the; Big: Mis-
souri:mjner He .has qtitt railroad
:;buildin'g" fof; good,, -.-'.. j;.' ���; XiXyiyr
X;. Bill McCormicky. the: locator of
tihe:7 Mother. ;!L6de >mine,v.:.near
Safcnrdayrat 7+a:m.. ;They wtnrolGre��nwaM^aow^ividg^-ih>
to Gtarmnl^ ����.����*-*��..     - vlp^ho^it Colville; '
4 to Gen-ard on the saae'; days.
Ralph Smailes, of Seattle, an
old timer of Greenwood, is receiving the glad hand from his many
friends.in town this week.
Noel Sicotte died in Colville
last month, aged" 87 years. He
was a cook, well-known in Nelson
and Greenwood in the early days.
The Ledge is $2 a year iu
advance- When not paid for
three months it is $2.50, and
when paid at end of year it is $3.
A. C. Mesker-is spending his
holidays on his ranch. McEwen
and Brett are punching the
tickets on tbe fast Boundary
At, a rock drilling contest in
Wallace, Idaho, July 4, Oscar
Anderson and Wm. Ross, of
Rossland, won the first prize of
$350.   x y        /
Hon. J. H. King, Minister of
Public Works, was iu town on
Monday, obtaining information
in regard to the building of new.
George Hostetter is working on
the Revenge claim at Beaverdell
for Pat Crane. George is a real
westerner. He was born at Colville 50 years ago.'
Some surprisingly rich ore was
taken out ot the Providence mine
this week. In the shpwcase in
the Pacific Hotel a sample shows
much visible gold,
The tea cloth donated to the
Boundary Women's Institute by
Mrs. Holmes, will be drawn for
next Saturday evening at the
Greenwood Theatre.
. Mr. Henderson, Supt. of Public
Buildings was in Greenwood on
Monday, and inspected the government buildings and found everything most satisfactory.
If you can tell us why the modern safety bicycle has taken the
place of the old style high bicvele
then we will tell you why farming
is taking second place to none.
About 20 men are working at
the Cornice mine. This is a gold
silver property directly east of
Penticton, on the route of the
proposed auto road to the Boundary;   ".' ������'.-.���     c
M. J. Buchanan has resumed
-work on.the Tipperary ..mine at
Boundary Falls, This isa gold
and silver property, from which
several cars ot ore were shipped
in 1915.
In the Portland Canal district
Sam Silverman, C F. Caldwell
and Harry Howson have a bond
on the 49. Howson is manager
of the 'mine, and V, F. Lade,
There are some mosquitoes in
Greenwood this summer. The
lack of smelter smoke is conducive
to the activity and. longevity of
these rude imps of the insectio-
rous world.
The strike of the railway laborers at Princeton seems to be
settled as far as the men are concerned. It is stated that the men
will resume work this week receiving 50 cents an hour with a
nine hour day. .
Saturday, July 19th has been
proclaimed a public holiday to
celebrate peace. In every town and
hamlet throughout the Empire
some kind of "doings" will be
held. What about.-loyal and
patriotic Greenwood.        ""\
Owing to the' wash on the
formation, there are hundreds of
good mineral leads around Greenwood, that have-not yet seen the
light of day._ Dig in and a piece
of the world is yours.      , ���
An effort is being made to. resume operations on the property
of the Boundary Mining and Exploration Co. With this object
in yiew a general meeting of
shareholders is called to meet in
Cranbrook oh July 19.
We have, just .received another
carload of flour and feed from
theJOglivie Flour Mills Company,
Now on hand of full stock of
Royal. Household, Flour, wheat,
shorts, chicken feed, etc. G.A.
���Rendelh > ;'"       'iy-i-iy, '   '",'"
Mr; H. H. Morris, Supt^Pacific
.Coast Branches^ of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, was a .visitor
to the, city on Thursday. He
motored in from Penticton with
Mr. C. H. Niles, .manager of the
Grand Forks branch of the Bank;.
"Western Float
-Edward Eaeofct died in Coleman
last month.
On June 1 there were 55,018
telephones in B. O.
Some day there will be room for
a store at Three Forks.
The bears will soon be picking
huckleberries in tbe Slocan.
There are 31,590 telephoenes in
Vanconver, and 10 in Balfour.
Kamloops has a restaurant that
keeps open until after midnight.
After September the sale of
liquor will not be allowed in the
The Hon. Billy Sloan is one of
the most genial cabinet ministers
in Canada.
Many Indians in B. C. own
motorcars. They prefer them to
riding on a caynse.
A baby, show was held in Kelowna last month. None of the
judges were killed
It is likely th^t the Kettle Valley railway will build a branch
from Penticton to,.Oroville. The
route is now being.surveyed. The
company will probably-complete
its system of snowsheds in the
Coquihalla Pass this summer. ,.
-; Some of the Doukhobors do not
believe; in burying-, their dead.
Thev say;that there should be ido
wasie in this-.world, and for that
reason-they leave their\ dead on
top of the~ ground in order to feed
coyotes.'and.other wild carmyprr
ous'animals./:vx,:-; xX;'.y; XX :XxX
'���: On the last?;tarn, ..never.;bet.ou
theqaeen,^; X^yZy\^XX'X:'.yXX. ���'..'
B, J. Perry writes many letters
these dayB upon Prohibition, ���fo?
the Victoria papers.
It costs $5 to get drunk in Victoria, if tbe police wake np and
find anyone in that condition.
In improving the telephone service, more than $4,000 will be expended in and aronnd Kelowna.
The Dominion is taking over
many wharves in the Nanaimo district from: the Provincial government.
The Ledge is the oldest paper in
Kootenay and Bonndary, bat it is
not suffering from an obesity
caused by too much advertising.
In Victoria there are 217 Chinese
peddling frnits and vegetables.
The license for hawkers in that
city- has been raised from $20 to
$40 a year.
Harry Avison of New Denver,
recently preached his first Presbyterian sermon in that town. Harry
is the first New Denver boy to become a sky pilot.
Adhesive postage stamps were
first nsed in England in 1840.
Sinca then more than 30,000 distinct types/of stamps have been
U8ed in the world.
J. M. Harris of Sandon owns
two small farms in Virginia. Some
day he intends to live upon them,
if he ever finds it possible to break
away from Sandon.
During the war Germany lost
190 submarines. Over 3000 sailors
perished with them, and several
thousand lost their reason, and had
to be put in lunatic asylums.
The fire loss iu Canada for 1918
amounted to $30,000,000, or abont
$4 per capita, whereas in England
the fire loss is about 0.64 per capita, as stated in the final report of
the Fael Controller.
At Hammond, Brown Bros,
greenhouses are covered by five
acres of_glass. ..This season- they
shipped, in addition toother plants
etc., $20,000 worth of hothouse
cucumbers and tomatoes. There
is plenty o' room in B. C. for more
Pte. Bob Mills has returned to
Blairmore from the bloody spots
in France. The writer once bad
an uncle by the name of Bob Mills.
While he was dressed in gray, he
climbed the big divide in Tennessee, during the days when the lines
were tightly drawn . in the United
States.   .
Daring the month of May no
less than sixty-two new companies
were incorporated in British Colnmbia, this constituting a record
for any month since March, .1913.
For the first five months of the
present year there has been a
steady increase. of registrations
over the same period of last year.
'.."-'���Owing .to the default., of the
Grand; Trunk Pacific in meeting its
debenture interest, the 'Saskat-
q^ttew Government has been obliged
to step:into the. breach and pay interest with - respect to branch line
bonds guaranteed by. the Provincial
Government, it was.,announced by
Premier Martin. The amount
paid was $260,000,
With the exception of the United
States, Canada has more available
water-power than any other, country. Jn water-po.wier resources
the United States is first among
the nations. with-. an:��� estimated
available: howe-power' of '28,i00,-:
000, Canada is second with nearly
19,000,000 horse-poWer, and Austria-Hungary is third with 6,460,-
000. :';   "\  .
According to figures contained
in the Canada Year Boofe: for 1918,
the birth rate per 1,000 is highest
in Quebec,"with 38-64 births per
1,000 living, and lowest.-.in British
Columbia ; with. 13-12, Ontario
stands at 24*14,: Nova Scotia at
25-12, Manitoba at 23-85, Saskatchewan at 29-70, Alberta at 26:85
and Prince Edward Island at
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requires  more
the Trail   smelter
fluxing ore.
In the Slocan the Rambler���Cariboo Co. has bought the two adjoining claims. The price is said to
be $75,000. -
J. J. Warren has been- elected
president of the Consolidated. The
head office will be moved from
Trait to Montreal.
Dr. W. E. Cockfield, Dominion
geologist, and party are doing some
work this summer on tbe Ogilvie
range in the Ynkon.
The Granite-Poorman near Nelson has been sold to the Inland
Mining Co..;of Walla Walla. The
price is said to be $60,000.
The Electric Point near Northport
is not shipping any ore, as it can
make no profit when lead is below
six eerits-a pound.
Last month, a fine dust resembling sulphur fell on several towns
in the Yukon. Piobably blown
ont of the volcanoes now active in
Alaska and Japan.
There is a great demand for silver and copper in the world, and
yet dozens of mines and two smelters in the Boundary are idle.
What is the real reason?
.   v
Mexico produces 58,000,000 barrels of oil a year valued at $90,000��
000 in New York, Ninety per cent
of the wells are owned by British
and American interests.
Up to date the Caribou mines
have produced forty-five million
dollars in gold. In the near future
it wiil produce as much or more
from lode mining.       [J	
Jack Anderson sunk the deepest
shaft ever put down on a gold claim
in the Klondike. It. was on the
ridge ��� between Klondike City and
Lovett Gulch, and was sunk in
1898 to a depth of 275 feet.-
John P. "McConnell, ex-editor
Vancouver Sun,, Tommy Burne,
ex-champion pugilist, and several
others have taken a lease on some
gold claims at Antler Creek in the
Caribou, upon, which, they .will
work at least a year. They will
use their own motor truck to pack
in supplies, and carry ont the gold.
Tommy Burns is 70 pounds over
his fighting weight, but he willlOBe
that after he shovels sand into fche
sluise boxes for a few,months.. Between, shifts Jack McConnell will
write golden effusions for the press.
The world's production of silver
in   1918   was   about   180,000,000
ounces.;   India   has beeu  taking .
about $150,000,000 of gold a year,
Wi th restrictions of '..'gold,'.'. India, .
I according to Ed ward Brushv vice-
president of the American Smelting"
and Refining Company, will pro-,
bably   take   about   150,000,000 :'.
ounces of silver,'figuring, silver at /
a 81 an; ounce,   in   settlement of;
her trade balances, with the world.  .
Africa requires roughly, 25;000,000 ;
ounces; China 40,000,000;. the arts
75,000,000, and   subsidiary abont :
60,000,000; making a sum total of
350,000,000 ounces of diver as ehe
world's requirements   per annum
for at   least  five   years.    Aa -, the
world's   production was but' 180,-   ;
000,000 ounces last year, it is evir
dent that there is a shortage   of. a
170,000,000   ounces of. silver per
year, to .fill tbe present normal   requirements.
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In June, the Silversmith at San-
ion shipped four carloads of silver
lead concentrates.
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There are but eleven'well defined
oil fields in the United States, and
they cannot supply the demand.
For the past 100 years the price
of and demand for silver has increased after every big war, and
been maintained for many years.
The Britannia at Howe Sound
has tbe'second largest fissure vein
copper deposit in North America.
In the Yukon some mining is
being done at Chisana, but trappers
are aB much in evidence as miners.
On Cascade Creek, in the Lardo,
a tunnel is being driven on the
Comstack and Whitewater properties.
The Emma mine at Coltern will
resume operations, just as soon as
A - LKJJG-E.     GKKKNWOOI);     B.     C.
Industry Murdered
foe.     Shc   treated  licr   solemn   treaty
obligations as "scraps of paper."'   On
the  eve  of  the  signing  of  tlie  peace 	
treaty   she   gave,  further   evidence   of,How Belgian Plants Were Wrecked
the fact that she has not reformed in
this respect. The sinking of tho surrendered German fleet at Scapa Flow
was a characteristic piece of German
treachery and a violation of thc laws
of war. By the terms of thc armistice Germany was required to surrender her    fleet.
terms. The fleet was interned at
Scapa Flow.    Then on  the eve of thc
By Germans
Thc crudest devastation in Belgium
was not military, but was the deliberate looting or destruction of industrial plants, in fact, thc best reply
to the Germans' objections lo the
peace terms might be to take them
She accepted those j ilirottg-h the. wrecked and pillaged factories. Their delegates exclaimed
that  under  the   treaty  "an   enormous
signing  of  peace   the   Germans   scut-|l)ai'1   of   German   industry   would   in-
tied    the  ships, destroying    property
[���which did nol belong to them.
By this act thc German  navy
ed   tho.  crowning  infamy   to   its   his-lsi""! Hie destruction is already done.
Wind And Thermometer
cvitably be condemned to destruction." The allied reply assured them
that this  fear was false, but  for Bcl-
Ttie Coming Of Peace
J he -.'8th day ui June will stand tor
all time as one of the most memorable dates in the calendar, and as one
ot th.e most important jmiiversarks
for future generations to celebrate,
for it was on ihi- date in the. ycar of
grace. 1919, that thc Treaty of V.-r-
<saillcs was signed, thus officially ending the Great War which begun in
By a strange coincidence, it was on
June 28. 19H, that the Archduke
Fran? Ferdinand, heir to the throne
of Austria-Hungary, was murdered at
Sarajevo. It was this tragedy that
was assigned as ihe. reason for Austria declaring war on Serbia, and
thereby precipitatingrthe terrible conflict which shook rhe world to ils very
foundations. Tlie signing of thc peace
treaty on June. 28, five years later,
was not by pre-arraiigenient, the date!
hai'iug beet! postponed from time to
time in order to complete, negotiations, and finally to enable Germany
to secure the consent of some or her
leading men
tory. Its record all through bas been
one of villainy, ft skulked in its harbors and���made war by submarine assassination; it surrendered- without a
fight; and after the surrender it
treacherously destroyed the surrendered property. This act, without a
parallel in the history of the world,
imposes on the allies the necessity of
keeping a close eye on Gennany iu
the years to come to ensure thuf she
lives up to the terms of tho peace
treaty   she   has   now  signed.
Like a Grip at the Throat.---For a,
ilisea.se    that is nol classed    as fatal j pellc, of whom we read as follows:
there is probably none, whicli  causes:     "He arrived in Belgium toward the.
more  terrible  suffering   than   asthma. |lrlu|  of  m7  whh ]lis - uf wrcck_
bleep  is  impossible,   the   sulterer  be-! . v     ��
comes exhausted, and  finally,  though! 0,'s-     Xt   "Pilars   thai   tit  tins   period
the attack passes, is left iu unceasing j Germany   was     beginning     to     have
f  ***������   ���""       Dr. .1.  D.   Kel-idoubls  of gaining a  military  victory.
Thc organization whose purpose was
to ruin Belgium industrially was. made
up of two brigades, we learn from a
Liege correspondent of the Paris Matin, the iirst of which was engaged in
dismounting machinery iu order to
carry it off into Germany and setit up
there. More "frightfulnc.ss" characterized the other section of the organization, for its duty was simply to
destroy machinery, blast-furnaces,
and in general all appurtenances of
the steel industry. The head of this
organization was Dr. Quesbcrt, a professor   of   metallurgy   at   Aix-ln-C'ha-
dread of its return. Dr. .1. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy is a wonderful curative agent. It immediat.cly
relieves the restricted air passages, as
thousands can testify. ft is sold by
dealers everywhere.
Believe Allies Will
Alter The Terms
You Cannot Make Mercury Contract
By Fanning Thermometer
There is a good deal of sense in
this answer in a contemporary who
answers the question, Does- the wind
affect the thermometer?���
"No. Wind is simply the air iu motion, and thc motion of the air does
not change its temperature. Wind,
coming in contact with the human
body, produces a sensation of coldness, not because it is colder than
thc air at rest, but because its rapid
change of contact with the body
causes a sensation .. of coldness by
evaporation. This sensation may bc
caused by rapid contact of warm air
with the body as well as by the rapid
contact of cold air. Thc use of a fan
in warm weather brings relief not by
cooling the air, but by setting it in
motion and bringing rapidly changing
masses of it in contact with lhe human body. But it would not havc
that effect on au inanimate and un-
sensitive thermometer. Vou cannot
make mercury contract by fanning
the thermometer.*' >���
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.
To Stop Exporters
to assume the responsibility of affixing their signatures to
the document.
Jt  is  not  necessary  at  t-'.i'i.i  time   to
recall the detailed terms ���>' the peace
treaty    which  Germany, -after'   many
declarations     that  she  ���.vould     never
sign,  finally bowed   to   the  inevitable
and  signed  unconditio illy.    Suffice it
to sav, that it is'probablv the    mosti
humiliating admission of defeat,' and1
the   acceptance of    the, most    abject
X e r.mVr-;p f��� ; p. u u i s It hi. e < !%���:���. ��� t li a t;���; y\. ivy iX.gr c at
'" h kt i qiy -'iYr' al 1 Ct he.'j.sv'ciri d'sr'.jj is tbry "ever.
iXTb.r. wflyv alli^nKa* lye'sv tvp're-. ^anarchy
XS'i. huiuc;CaiMCtJ_ e:iuItimafeCtfecupatibn'
"w'C tho;. -whbb'C-trO'tn'ir'y- :-|fc'C.t:li;e--a.rmi(Si;'
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;,ibtiroiful-'.?-psafic -v-isi'r-x-X^iriiiaiiijV..-'tliait.
yi b rt ed; X div t lie^'al _ ics I. dia.d X'iGer mi by
to meet
See Treaty Is Impossible of
..'Versailles.���Foreign Minister Mucl-j
led aud Colonial Secretary Bell, tier-I
man signatories of the treaty, made I
the following exclusive statement to
the. United Press:
"We- are   signing  without
reservation.       What we arc-
will be  carried  out.       The
people will use every means
the terms.
"We believe the entente, will in its
own interests find it necessary to
change some of the terms, or thcy
will see thc treaty is impossible of
"Wc believe the. entente will in its
own interests find it necessary to
change some of the terms, or they
will see the treaty is impossible of execution.
"We  believe  the  entente   will,
insistCbuC-deliveryc:o"'f' the^/kaiser:.
other: high:,;.officialsC-:^C:C;cc^VfC^':v:::-:
-. ���:/'cThe-'centi'al;go7yei\ii.meiH,7;:; will
j,;cis'sisjun Cany--- aita.ck'^lrTEbla'Ti'd.-C-C7 .-������':' :i; ������'
. :;.:.'Gerinrtiiy^.wi.UctiiKk'e every: efforlia'
jH-pv?c;C:_lieiKsolfrwbr:thy'.. c:tt)C:-enter'.c.the:
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German Idea Of Truth
Another Illustration/of the Workings
'of German Psychology",
proved--.'victorious  i'n- the   war.   -This j     The. .German Colonial Association's
fact" is, .proven   by. the' .Uatcihenis  of l-dcnial of acts -'about; German'- colonial
':leading'C0erjiifai;%iate's'mci:it>.aji.cl ;semi^
:' w 1 xenxyipx, o ryyX Xy.' .G e;r ni .iny^app'ert red.
/-s.'tiHvcti o!ti-;.l iaS-,.11 oXy XXo i:beWaimlet:take'n:
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���' a n a :,eff ergy;. cifetiii;';��fa:t esi!veir;;&i3:j^pfep?:
XpXXioX 'rail m;Stioiis.C.i!B:^;rde:ir;;:^
S5j#i.M;_aC_:|by3&ac:ec ;aS'::;^f itisas'great: X^i
admiiustMtipii,::So:Cwc:lt a;ud:C\yiddy--es-::
Jrarcly:- ;a,t't.ebi.iJtet}^
:^a i^-: with: vBrb �� kjlorjS?|ta iffka it'g "yd e hi a 1 -.
:6��X Getty aji>;'s: jCre^bii's i'W.jitjji^djSC-t-'tlii;
;aljl:^-i��:3i?-'^ ,*ifc��.eft!__- 'CTiVVS'^'UX^-^iw'Vi-t.'^p'
�� ib^CCifeifeJ&.Fai^ jf^
7 r- e;s pc^:,;t Qi^a flyc-p Xi>y is i'bn Spt; S VI _j|ai l^Sf:
Knowing she could no longer hope
lo annex Belgium, she decided to assassinate her hy a thrust in the
heart, namely,  Belgiau industry.
"All the directors of the big Belgian factories became acquainted at
this time with Dr. Quesbcrt, for he
called upon them, suave and polite,
| with ;m apology for the necessity of
j'disturbing' them. Then softly and
j kindly he made known his request,
j which was nothing more than a lie.
Said .he:
""The German high .command must
have guns, more, guns, always more,
guns, and munitions. To provide,
them, wc must havc steel, more steel,
always more steel. Now as you havc
in your plants plenty of steel, iu lhc
shape of machines, we. purpose to destroy some of thcm iu order to recast
them for the manufacture of onr
needed guns. . . . We. shall try
not to cause you too much pain or
annoyance���iu the beginning .   .   .!"'"
This announcement., slicked over
with au oily smile, was immediately
followed by (he incursion into thc
steel plants of the German wrecking
crews, who used cither dynamite or a
destructive weapon thcy called thc
���".shcep,''.-:..:;-"VVith.;.;.dyn;unit'e.-'they: diseui-;.:
b b'w e 1 cd:: Tli rn aces: _au'd -C-th'c.-' platf tirm's-
of', masbnry;-'on-; whiebC :.rnacliiiies;;- were,
mounted^;; The_-"shccp;"-'Ave"afcC:-foldv
:'hbi>tcd'-'.-aim^ ciiiaxked Xpy
froin'* I?:cii? 1 it..-.-Svit 11::_tli.cV- re'sult'that'-in
:aheC.i!isfaij:f_;th:^eyde!ieatb;and vmtm.
'���cate/mia'ohiivei;;_'_.~"\vi[re..'- ;:smashcd :.: :into-
frag'i'ueiiti?;;"cThc;'damage. dbtie:iatiCtbe
;i)ig':;.pja:ii;U :bf:CAiigi:etf-'H:ffhi.-ye/:w'ltrelv:
?q f C3.5ii4.-; 'whic.lH:iS;:iiixt7'-tpday .-as'- ..equal-:
��� t h isyi <m ip! by liygX VI,Qtitiy. Work yrs y Z i XX- Is-Cj
;r^brt.��|:/y:liat--'(i:he '^dain^S'.-'ffiibduted-.
cbij-t ipyiyisXr yXyiXXZyXXXXXxyxXXyX:
i>iis 'iq'fepitity _;bijS.t e;(U::;.^ej)rfe;^li'al-': ih^y:
Drastic  Powers  Conferred  on   Body
Which It Is Hoped Will Cope
With, Profiteers
Ottawa.���Drastic, powers arc conferred on thc. board of commerce
which thc government is creating. It
will consist of three, members, the
head to be. a judge or lawyer of ten
years standing. Thc board will administer thc act being passed concurrently regarding combines, mergers and fair prices. U is "empowered and directed lo restrict ancl prohibit the. formation and operation of
Wide powers of investigation arc
given ami hoarding and extortion
forbidden. By the penalties the
offenders may be prosecuted provin-
cially or may be. restrained from carrying- on by the board. An appeal is
allowed to the'���government on question of fact, audio the supreme court
of law.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gents,���.1 cured a valuable hunting
dog of mange with MINARD'S LINIMENT after several vcteriiiaries had
treated him without doing him any
permanent  good.
Yours, etc.,    ~
Prop,  of  Grand   Central   Hotel,
Drunimondvilie, Aug.  3,-'CM.
Swiftest Dog in the World'
The, swiftest dog iu the w.orld, thc-
borzoi, or Kussiau. wolfhound,' "lia��
niadc record - runs-that show 75 feet,
in. a second, while the gazelle has
shown measured "speed of more than
eighty feet a" second, "which would
give it a'speed pf 4,800 feet iu a minute if the pace could.be kept up."     ' ,
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Full Health and Strength Can Only
Be Regained By Enriching
the Blood
People who are tiied all the time
and never feel rested, even after a
long night in bed, people who cannot
regain weight and strength, who feel
np. joy in living, are in a condition
described by doctors as general debility. A medical examination inight
show that every 'organ in thc body
is acting normally, but the pallor of
the face will usually show that the
blood is weak and watery, This is
thc root of the trouble.
Debility is a loss of vitality, not affecting any one part of the body, but
thc system generally. The blood goes
to cvery part of thc body and the-use
of a blood tonic like Dr. "Williams'.
Pink Pills quickly tones up thc whole
system. The first sign of returning
health is a better appetite, an improved digestion, a quicker step and
better color in the checks. The rich,
red blood, reaching every organ and
muscle, carries new health and vigor.
The nerves are quieted, sleep becomes
more refreshing, and with persistent
treatment and a good diet thc patient
is once more enabled to enjov lifc.
The case of Mr. W. Doxtatcr.'R. R.
No. 4, Tilsonburg, Out., illustrates the
great value of Dr, Williams' Pink
i'ills in cases of this kind. Mr. Dox-
tater says: "I was troubled with pains
throughout my whole body, was extremely nervous, did nol sleep at
night, and was further afflicted with
rheumatism. In spite of different
treatment this condition persisted, indeed I was growing worse, and had
fallen away in weight to 130 pounds
and was scarcely able to do any work.
Then J began taking Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills, and after, a few weeks
there was a noticeable improvement
in my condition. 1 continued taking
the pills, constantly gaining until I
felt as well as ever I did. While taking thc pills my weight increased to
170 pounds, and I. can now do as good
a day's work as anyone. My advice
if vou arc not feeling well is to take
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and they will
soon put you right."
At the first sign that the blood is
out of order take Dr. Williams' .Pink
Pills, and note, the speedy improvement they make in the appetite,
health and spirits. You can get these
pills through any medicine dealer or
by mail at 50 cents a box, or six boxes
for $2.50 from The. Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.
Chinese Firecrackers
Talk Of Teuton Exodus
5,000,000 Will Leave Germany to Escape War Burdens
Ncw York.���Karl II. Von W'icgaiid,
thc Berlin correspondent of the Sun,
cables in part: Convinced that peace
will limit industry, create a great
army of unemployed, and lesson the
chauc.es of the ambitious to achieve a
career or attain independence in lifc,
preliminary preparations arc being
made for-emigration by hundreds, of
thousands of Germans.
The movement is taking active,
shape - through organizations which
are being /brined and ��� "systematic
plans, are being worked.out in,a characteristic methodical- way. The government, realizing the crippled industries, limited raw materials, the absence of-an" army and navy ajid of a
mercantile marine, will leave-perl aps
several millions >of men. upon, its
'hands for whom it will-be. "difficult,'if
not impossible to provide, a means of
.livelihood, is .more or less openly encouraging the idea of a 'wholesale exodus. - It has added a new department
.to rhe Ministry of the; Interior' called
'the ^National-Emigration Ollice;' which-
lias been' placed in..charge of- 'Privy
Councillor .Iunck. It .was. .established to give information and' all possible assistance, and advise'German
emigrants, but'especially, to. keep track
of the streams of Germans  who-,arc
Canton District Is the Centre of This
China invented gunpowder and popularized fire-crackers. The cheapest
kind of firecrackers is made of gunpowder rolled up in coarse bamboo
paper with a covering of red paper,
red being regarded by the Chinese as
bringing good luck. Alum is used to
neutralise the smoke. The Canton
district is the centre of this iudustry.-
The Chinese seem to use firecrackers
upon cvery occasion���to send a parting guest, in wedding celebrations, on
festivals and birthdays,.and to dispel
evil and bring goodomens. China ex-:
ports' about ��600,000 worth a year!
"Black  Watch' ��� The  Best Black
Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market
How To Get The News
Editors Are Only Human, Or At
Least Almost Human
Day before yesterday a perfectly
nice lady called up and with tears in
her voice reproved us for not mentioning the fact that shc had a friend
visiting her last week. Wc told her
that she had not let us know that shc.
had a visitor. Then shc said, "Well,
you should have known. 1 thought
you .were running a newspaper."
Wouldn't that rattle your slats?
Some people think that the editor
ought to be a cross between Argus
aud Anna Eva Fay. Thcy seem to
think that our five senses arc augmented by a sixth that lets us know
everything that happens, even if he
sec, hear, feel, taste or smell it not.-
Dear lady, editors are only human, or
at least almost human. If you have,
a friend visiting you, if you arc going
away, or have returned from a visit
out of town, if Johnny falls and breaks
his arm, if your husband chops his
toe instead of a stick of wood, if anything happens to make you glad, or
sadr happy or mad, call us up. Tell
us about it. That's the way to get it
in the paper.���-From thc Sinicoe Reformer.
Hard and soft corns both yield to
Hollo-way's Corn Cure,-which is entirely safe, to usc, and certain and satisfactory  in  its  action.
Hamburg Retaken
London.���Hamburg, which lias been
in the hands of Spartacans and Communists-for a week, has been occupied by thc government troops under
Gcn._Von Lettow Vorbcck. The Exchange Telegraph company .-dispatch
from Copenhagen reporting- the occupation says there was no fighting.
Camouflaged Krupps.
London.���The ICrupp works at Munich have, been sold -to Americans,
according to" dispatches from Munich
quoting newspapers there, ft is added several industrial concerns in thc
Bavarian capita] have also passed into
U.S. hands.        ...
. Expensive - Fish  '   -  -
'-'Cheer  up,   old- man,  there's  other
fisli iu the.sea."   -        ' - ,-
, Rejected Suitor.: "Yet, but the last
one   took.'all  my bait."���Life...
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��� You, simply" say. to, the- drag".'store
ma;.,."Give nic a..quarler of au "ounce ���espeetcd.-to Icavc^Gcrruanv.'
of-frcezone. ���   llns will cost verv little -  -,,',    - ,'       .  /��� . -       ���': ���   ,
but.ib; sufficient.to remove 'every hard -'',i , ' ���n."';lb(.r of persons v\ Iio-will
or "soft 'corn froiii one's, feet. '".;:- - -Mea ve.-br .will be ''"shoved, off'' with the
���--':A:f-,!,w- drops of tliis'"iie'w:otliei -com-:," assistance of the'-government is'- esti-
poimd applied-directly ..upon a. tender.! n.itcd  coirserVativciy  at .5,000,000...' "
���- The -main- streams of. Gentian cmi-
aching'-cbr.n;.! should, relieve" the .sore-,
ness" instaiHiyi 7an"d. soon; -tlie. entire
c'brn.-r'b.ol '.and-all, dries -.'up ."and  can"
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���iVHcc*. yim do imt    'ilud��rst;iml."' wbyf'^'ffi' -yTiw^ CVfeswib   nyey
[ "fori* mlKiojt dolhx-f- woft-li-o"f'-i��iftiij-&i'i-''.:ttla^(ri��. i>wt ;��. >u.i guMioresiv
���beei'-fc m-'cold slehigi--wtatiinda.'-'
KkrjiKfim ' Jiiamfai-d. . .; ���
"grtitioh will be directed toward-South
America':   .tli at'" much   ill ready .is evident,   intended .".emigrants are.-.-warned
>y:^ Cincinnati.'  ,ro|^jv .^-j,^ .(he.-U���itcd'.'S"tatcs-.iu
\\,)it).says that, while freezonc ts i-, . ��� ���-' -"",   ,  ',:���-��    ,  :'   y
',-;���:. ;���,;"'., -,-.".��,',.,.;.i :.;..,1',-.:,., '���'��� the-, general   belief .'that  Germans  arc
-ji'ot "wanted ,there.' 'Report's.have.'been
piiblish.ed-here' that.the. Anicric.an la-
bnr unions ' arc creating _ a-, general
.: -Twenty-lhrc'e' thousand screws arc
used ih the making of an ordinary airplane," and seven hundred pie.ccs .of
wood in a single wing: _.-
fa terriblerash on face which made
skin sore and inflamed. Irritated
faceby scratching and was disfigured.
Could not sleep well and made feel
unpleasant. Trouble lasted months
before used Cuticura and after using
2 cakes of Soap and 1 box of Ointment was completely healed.       t    .
From signed statement of Miss
GladysNeabel, R. R. 3, Brusseb.Ont.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum promote and maintain skin
purity, skin comfort and skin health
often when all else fails.
ratnt MdWmmiiJdrw post-card: "l&nn.
Price Limit For Wives
-������ -i
Marriage agencies in Japan are now
limited to twenty-five pesas fee on
each match made. One peso for an
introduction, five for a hiint.for a life
partner, and twenty-five more for actually binding two together are the
legal prices. This arrangement cutt
out all the sorbctcs, carriages, flowersi
jewelry ancl other expenses of thi*.
country, and-after all is more economical, o
^ Worms' in childr.cn w'ork havoc.
These pests attack'the tender lining-
of the intestines and, if left to pursue
their ravages- undisturbed, will ultimately perforate the wall, because
these worms arc of the hook variety
that cling to and feed upon interior
surfaces. Miller's Worm Powders
will not only exterminate these
worms, of whatever variety, but will
serve to repair the injury thcy have
What About Georgia?
Former Kingdom in Russia Has Regained Its Independence
As it is stated that Georgia, a forr
mer kingdom of Transcaucasia in
Russia, has regained its independence,
some people arc wondering why its
name is not mentioned in connection
with participation in the league of nations. Until Russia �� annexed it in
1801, Georgia had withstood all onslaughts and remained an independent state for over two thousand years
���that is, from the death of Alexander the Great, who did conquer it.
The Georgians, numbering about one
million, arc a distinct race arid very
industrious. The French historian,
Brosset, has much to say about their
courage and love of'music, as well as
the beauty of their women. One of
the Russian ballets performed reccnlly in London'; is founded on the legend of a Georgian princess.
Wliy isn't prohibition, a beer check?
Do not suffer
another day with
Itching, Blood-
luff, or Protrud.
inff Piles. No
surgical oper-
_    ���,      ,  ��� . ation  required.
Dr. Chaso s Ointment will relievo you at once -
and as certainly cure you.  60c. a box; all
dealers, or Kdinansou, Bates & Co., Limited,
Toronto.  Sample box free if you mention thii
V>apor and enclose 2c stamp to pay postage.  .
'^TiBm^'.'^y-:^^  ���x-yf-x>-yx-r.yyyy,xx,yv.
%|id'":'SW'!t i'i .��>jjrthiic and -wot. im cfor-
''jni;:<vpif';:Hh. iiuMfrJir ftfty rteitiivldtia^
'of' Kl'ir- stiltero.acctptrMK'-t- -<Xf elV^tJi..;^
jeKotie :fu^iln."tf':.H^. X"    .'-
,   'Tln^itijjttovvliw!;- \<.*\xr -Gcrmaiiy prov--
pfl.jrj hy a'lrc'acVio-iis'aLi'tl Ij^barift'us'.
Make your rr\ormng cereal dish a 's.trengtheherr
,. y��ic. a j��art -im-- Sire ma^.Cit'^'.said:
"Xi: fffiftuliaikli,, Ut-M-^tif-st:, -w-i^J Xxr-iy
. :ryiary,��� issUejaid-edit swine.rt? tfe':l'ct.-
���1 vers and prfvjttp .pa.utffs' -'is? the. Iat'e
[King ?id$r.mt   SivysvaW>hc has hffe-
,'l>,on"f h:,t..1;ither. die-of. iufei-lion  or,  ���   ���..,--   ���    ���---,.       ... ���    ���   -
lockjaw  from   whittling, ai' "liis. corns.!.;-nt!"*0rci-K'!; ^��e. ��.' -ih;��l jouulr_y,_ ,
i'n'd ."niiik'e - liiii'i'.tryit-C:   ,A'u .Argeutina-;. iimiiigration- bureau
-,^1!-"----T---- ,- '���     ; -     - ���' has beeii"i's"liiblislied :in_ Rerlitr: Auiotig
PlanS Trains' Of'.'Air.'CarS ' ;"vVh.(;> j"in'<lue._;t"ne"ntV;_."���ilie, .'.Argentine
.,_C...     - ''���'..'.- ���,..  ���goA-eMi'mful "pay�� p'arL'of   the' im.iiii-
ivraiitS'" .c\"!.)ei;iSes-.-iiiehiding 'railway
far.c'-u.i. di'M-iiuitiou .-tift.'i; arrival, at
I'lii-iifis, A-v'ri'-'i..���, viiid" -ten (lays-" fond
a.ini.' lodsjii.'V..'    ."-'".-, "'���."   V".-       '  '.
"VuU.lir.rji '.Hr.a/il: i--  ;i  .��v>'.Oiul-i";i\'(ir-
ili';" follow ed-by" Mexicti, .ami  " Chil:;.
'l-'lie-'-lirst   .\'1|) Gviliiaiih  :u<-. -rlinl'.'Jed
. to a'rii\e in  Mexico in -.September.-"A
ilso has
of .-in Aerial Train'
I.hi     f-,r!f��n-_i.t'-.'ini��>rc��;t-^.���. liu*.,    ix-iiii
:,.nm.-(-(|  in  varioii'sl'VircleV  iii   London
'h.\ a n:|i''.n--froni'ilir'f!aK,ur-t.liat 11 ci i;
"ei,   thi    Dutch  iuv'.emor    of   the
\ - Imperial
Eureka Harness: Oil
-���gets    into -the    leather.
Keeps ...it    supple���looking
ne-w ' and- strong   as - new.-.
Keeps insects and moisture
put.- Prevents-'drying   and'J
cracking..   Keeps    breakage
and repair bills db-yrn.'" Sold
in convenient sizes....     -"   ���. .���
, ���.   . -   - -.      ��* -
Xy   -Imperial
Eureka Harness Oiler
j-rinakes oilijig easy, quiet:
and-thoroiigir. . Should be ih
every, barn.',     y-'   ..";.' .' ., -. ~
Mica Axle Grease
- -prevents" spindles wearing' I
ihm and hubs getting loose. Ln
The   powdered   mica   and
grease   coats   both; spindle
and hub lining with-'a cover-
ine of perfect lubrication that
fills all pores and smooths' all
rough places.- Makes loads
easier to haul, reduces 'strain
.on.harness and  horses.
Sold in many-sizes��� lib.
barrel*-    . -.-��� .   -       . ;
ttrW��&;XyyXf: XXiiX**?:'
iy Xf :���_-. vpovv^'.r : Ho<it_;'.-t.-l-ji' t ..-... l.-if-n u"<A(ii in ���        ;
'���-"'-v."-      .-:���..-'   ��� M rW,i j.'Ut:''���'�� 1-* i "��� iti. ( ;j'{ !.��������> ���
ii'rinan fi:itt!cjihiiie,,and proprii'ii.ir iir
work'-  that tnaiiiif.H'ture'.l it
pcisi?   h.-iviiit;   himself 'scaled ��� in-
airpla-ijr .m<l lowed by aiio'tiicv plane.!
.'���"'V' , proffafrauda. .lor" fara^nav
otic , j-,(.t;,, yomnirnVed.- .,
bee-ii ifoitig fhrwiigh
Tlli- j- ilie lir,i-,t iti-i)=iowaal the erca- ' Minard's- Liniment Cures-Diphtheria.
lion of an aerial train;  the  idea being  '-���~   ..   ,"  '
;m af-rial  locomotive  with, a  ghain of: .'..-   ��� .Guerilla - War/Forbidden    .
act  collce-' ..,,.,.    <isi(U..,.     ,0-  a    modern   Tailu-ny!     Washington.'" District :of   l>liiinbia:
tion   of   document":   very   thoroughly   -T-:"iiti. I Formation of. volunteer militia bodies
indeed, destroyiuir soun- and ki-i-pitif; ���' ||(,,:. i.0]^,.r j,as ;, .sj.cuaUv con-';01' guerilla bauds-has been forbidden.
others for future retoren,-,-. ' U |i:rt :i���; ,..r-m.uM ino���0,jhll,e ���-i��houi motor ^>X the Turkish Minister.' of th.e ln-
amaxiiig.amoum of mtule know led^e! ri...i]y hiv lhl. ej-p_Cri,m.���t, .but has i t<:rJ'or. un the ground that Mich or-
y:    ���..,���-- -;.-:������' l y; ���   ������-.,..;������������ ���;���-; ^reai' diflictihy  ih  getting, an airman 'pani/ation    would prejudice tfie.gov-
cc   plans, according   to
;  of. the iiast  lutv  vears  and;    .      ���   ,-rs    i       -���      ���'"   ���       '    '    ��� (        ���     ������
r.y       ,f    ,     '-"--���- . ��� .   greui.  diflu-ultv   iit   getting, aif  airman   jraiu/ation     w
���    Oiif'cn ���Mother   mii-t   fos-  .     ,     ,--,        -    ,- . -���. i . ...
-   -    ������ -    -' - ���       ' . i to   lead   the   airplane.     A   flvmu   Irani .eminent s pea>
.". Manslaughter'.Coroner's  Verdict. -
-   London.���A" verdict  of manslaugh;
te.r, was. returned by the coroner's, jury j
-at Epsom, against the��� six soldiers, al-'
'rcady.''eommit ted - for -trial,, in" eonnec-
tio.n with-;tlie/.killing"6L'i .police"' sergeant' during-.a":.riot,ra'ud f'anip Bugi<*r
Robert 'I'.odd.-'. ���:" ���   .-' "c ' '-. '' '������' '������"" ' '���
iof air  ears,   some   for- baggag.e   and!
soint...for.passengers, is said to bc the
dream of this Dutch inventor.
advices   rrrrhrd  by  the   State     De-
pnrtment.-  .      ..   -   ��� ....
- .. Stefasson to Visit Iceland.
Ford to Return War Profits   - - j"  Rcyjavik,     Iccland.-The.    govern-
I mcnt has nivitcd ,-\ilhjalmt'ir...Steians-
Washington, -District  of Columbia
-'-!;. i- " ,-     i ���j  >- ,��..-���   /->     -  son,;itie. famous explorer; to-visit Tec-
nrv..- Tord asked Carter. .Glass,   ���   .-'-.,.- -.-.=���.   ���   --     -     ������������
' .T:--!-���.�����.---. --   :,---' .' .,:- 'i'     ���= ���lahu.iiss-native rountrv. this summer,
tary-,o.t the.. trcasu,ry..;t.o, send .anl.,-r_��� c.y-y. ' _.y-y ,-_-. '-' '-'��� ���, ^       '-,   .-.���
pffiiGt*^ofewa:r"Ce'b:":ritractsv^ ...-:-..,- ,-��� .-,-... ,-,-������- -���--��� -. .-r-���-^,-. -- -
yrx yyyyxyy yyy yyy y ;��** ;*^"'C^.-:-'"*-^
Stic? t_rii*rt ^ii^M^i^i^^ffi^p^i^^aj^.f i^t^^^;L__ir^^.l
:ad aclies, it is usual
:r or stomach getting
Iicsc tlsick headacHes"
quickly disappear as soon as tHe stomacli
is relieved of its niipiu,cpiitentis.:\>J,-Right
rapidly improve conditions and promptly
Direction* ef Special Value to'Women fcr�� with Every Box.
pere& nalr bf Tioaj.j lUcchun. St. Helena, Uicuiiii*, BaaUa*..
JiM��fiT?kK����Cuidt��(tUAfta��rio,  Isbezce, 3Sc��Ktg.,
.:- i
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IX i
THE     LEDGE.     C, VV.Kls WOOD.     B.
erans Urge Action
ainst Profiteers
. Ks
Vancouver.-���Status for.activc membership in', thc Great' \Var Veterans'
Association will remain as at. present,
.according to a decision reached at the
Dominion .convention, -which is sitting
���: here, with: the additional provision for
taking in men who have seen certain
service on a belligerent front and in
that portion of the, mercantile marine under control of'the British navy.
Delegates commented favorably on
theoreport of the committee on.vocational training-and education. The.
resolution which was adopted following consideration of this report opens
with a request, that- the  government
. remove Sir James Loughccd from thc
ministry of soldiers' civil rc-establish-
nicnt. This was wired to Sir Robert
Bordcii/with a request for specrty action.   '   .
Section 7, passed without discussion, asks the government to make
provision that soldiers otherwise disqualified by. disability may be able to
secure life insurance at cost.
Section- 8 asks that the imperial
government send travelling representatives to Canada to deal with mat-
. ters affecting pensions N and allowances',of. imperial veterans now in
Thc resolution asks that swamp
lands withinr20 miles of a railroad be
made quickly and easily available for
settlement by returned men who apply between July 31, 1919, and July
31,'1922.   ." ;.'.'..,,
The-report of  the industrial   committee was -much dealt ;with: ---When
the first  section  pledging  the veterans to the support of law and order
and denouncing    the attempted c'oii-
'  trol of organized labor by extremists,
had been  considered, Comrade Bats-
: ford,.of  Winnipeg,./asked     that    an
���amendment be made'adding to clause
2 as follows:
"Thar  this   association   is   unalter
ably opposed to all capitalistic com-
R. J. Johns, said to be a radical socialist, whom the. police have been
looking for since the arrests started,
voluntarily appeared at the police
station and was remanded with the
others. He is^said to have finished
some business in Montreal and to
have returned to his home from
there. He presented himself through
his counsel, T. J. Murray, who went
through thc procedure of arrest, and
was granted bail.   "'���
The man remanded are: R. ' B.
Russell, William Ivcns, W. A. Prit-
chard, Alderman John Queen, Alderman A. A. H^aps, George Armstrong,
R. E. Bray, R. J. Johns, Sam Bumen-
bcrg, Oscar Schoppclrci, Moses Al-
maitoff, Max. Charttoiioff, and Mike
The last- five named havc been
transferred from Ston3r Mountain
penitentiary to thc Winnipeg immigration hall.
Labor Leaders Remanded
Hearing on Charges of Sedition Has
Been postponed
Winnipeg.���Thirteen., men, including a number of strike leaders, held
on a charge of conspiring to execute
seditious intention, were remanded in
-..-,.-.. :��� ��� "I the police court until next Friday. Thc
bines which seek to control the-gov-;,.    -. .  ,
��� ��� .   .   ,    .-'     .,--��� .nL .demand was of a peremptory nature,,
ermng body ot this country.       Ihati .,,��� , _   ���, ��� ,     .      .    ,      ^  y   ,
.,     J?     . : .       -.-���    . I the hearing having to be started next
the Dominion    government be urged j r, ;,-  ���     ,,       ,.        ��� .       '
^    . . ���     , ,    u. ....      I'riday unless the    Crown can show
to introduce a steeply graduated in-l .���,���  ���,..���������   - r - i
���-.       ,       \,    yy     . ,    -...������    'very  strong reasons  for another-re-
cometax.to have the effect of restor-imaiid_    ^  ^ ^^ ^ QQ^m
mg to the ..people  all  excess pron.ts = wa. r;lisc(1 tQ ^fiQQ each
made  during the war, and that    thej
British     system of     inheritance  and
succession  duties     be     adopted     in
"That the government be asked to
introduce, as soon as possible, legislation which.would make all war bonds
in excess of $5,000 held by. any-onc-j
individual a part "of the taxable income.
."That if thc government considers
the foregoing provisions inadequate
to meet the needs of the case, thc
G.W.V.A. should pledge itself to support cv.cn more drastic measures,
even to the confiscation of wealth if
After protracted discussion of- thc
proposed amendments, most of which
was favorable, Comrades Batsford,
Calder and McPherson were appointed a committee to draft the amendment in  final  form,  the  rough draft
having been endorsed in principle.
"Overseas we   used   frequently   to
hear that song, 'There's a Long, Long
Trail Awinding Into the Land of My
Dreams.'      The G.W.V.A. arc determined  that this Dominion    of   .ours
shall be the land of our dream.s, the
land we have hoped for, the land wc
arc prepared, to live and    strive    for.
We realize that it is no easy road wc
have ,to  travclcthat will  bring us  to
our goal.      Through iron Sacrifice of
body, will' and   soul   alone   can"   we
rcacli it-^-thcre is but one road."
These were    the concluding words
of aii  inspiring address-to  the  Canadian club luncheon tendered by the
president of the Dominion executive
of the G.W.V.A? of Canada.
Food Riots In Italy
Reign Of Terror In Russia
Women and Children Are Slain By
the Bolshevik
Ncw York.���A graphic, story of a
reign of terror in Bolshevik Russia
is recited by John A. Embury, United
ind. destroyed'"-""V''SC0"S"1 at ��rilsk". lhe sc"t of thc
Protests at Price of Food of Serious
Forli, Italy.���Aftcr a great meeting
here, iu which a vast crowd protested
against, tlie  high   cost  of  living,   thei.-
pcople, excited by inflammatory spec
ches, attacked, sacked ..,���,., . t     i ���     i
' ,-,    "   y      j ,, | ivolcliak government, who has arrived
many    shops which    refused to    sclli, , ,   , ,,     ,-
J       -. '      -     - ��� .���      ��� . ,        .'here on a leave of absence.    Mr. Lni-
commodities  at   lower  prices.     Soon!,       A    ,       ,        . , ,     ,
.     . ,   , , , ...       i bry declared no language could ade-
thc fury of the mob made, no distinc-  '-.   .  ,       .  .        ,, , ,
.'���-,,,        ... ,,,   , .     .quatcly picture thc scenes of murder,
tion and had no limits.   All thc pnn-     ���  , ..��� - ,   .,   c.
.    ,    , , ,',     violation ot women,  arson and  theft
cipal  shops  wcrc plundered  and  the     , - .   .     . ., ,    ,
, ���,--,-.       .        ���-,      i which hc had seen personally or had
mobs controlled the entire city.    Ihey; i   .. -u   i ,    i ���    ., ,-,, -,
.���.-,-       . -, , described to him by credible cye-A\it-
took possession of lorries and trans-1       ��� ���
ported  all  kinds   of  goods  and  food;     .r     ,.-   1       i     i    i   i ���      .
,. ,..,,,, ,   ���     Mr.   limbry backed his storv, par-
supplies from thejnllagcd shops to the I....
Not Modify
Britisii Naval Program
Dutch Will Surrender
Former Kaiser
Manitoba Crops
Reported Goad
Belgium Ratifies Peace Treaty
Patriotic - Demonstration   in   Parliament iri  Course  of Pro-
Brussels.���The     'Belgian      foreign
minister'introduced bills-iri. the chamber ratifying the. treaty with Germany
md thc agreements connected    with
���'thc-tr.caty. The president of thc chamber read  a  letter ���_from. King'Albert
congratulating  thc   chamber  and  the
country on the victory achieved aflcr
ihe horrors of war and exhorting thc
country   to   bc   united  in   the  efforts
necessary to the work of. restoration
a.ud reorganization.    The  reading of
thc letter was greeted with a    great
patriotic demonstration.   '
The .senate passed bills providing
for due expression of. the nation's
homage to those killed in battle or
Kxeculcd during the.war:   -'���-'.
Winnipeg Strike Solved Nothing
Winnipeg.���The     Western-   Labor
News says: .
"After ncarlj". nine weeks of strike
and strife the' metal.shop workers
went back to work.M'hat is, thc strike
.is off;'though some, men arc not reinstated and some others refuse to go
back^on.thc'conditions offered.
".The. big three employers arc still
opposed "to, collective bargaining, as
understood, by trades unions. They
rcfuse' to.deal, with the- business
agents, of��� thc unions. Some of thc
smaller-firms do re.cogime the. unions'
"in"tHc"""tnic. sense."' .
A Huge Contract
'���'��� """    "      '' '"Xi" i '      .     o\
Reconstruction Is Started' By a  Big I
Outlay-in. France ; X r -
Paris.���.A vast reconstruction program for the wholeof /France at an
estimated cost pf 40,000,000,000 Jrancs
was announced in thc chamber of deputies by MV Bcdoucc, budget reporter, , during thc debate on public
works. The plan includes reconstruction of railroads, some1 of which will
bc electrified, and large projects for
building canals and improving harbors:
Ncw Vork.���A "-contract for rebuilding of tlie war ravaged Nancy district of France has been awarded to
the Vulcan Steel Products company
of Ncw York, at an .estimated figure
of $250,000,000,- it is learned in financial  circles here.
In Most Parts Seasonable and Abundant Rains Have Fallen.:
Winnipeg.���Taking Manitoba as a
whole, says the provincial department
of agriculture in its crop report
just issued, crop prospects are very
promising. , The. .hot weather during
June has hastened maturity of the
wheat greatly, and present prospects
are for a very early harvest. In most
parts of Manitoba seasonable and
abundant rains have fallen, but in the
northern districts^ the rainfall was
comparativel3r scant.until a few days
ago. Hail damage so far has been
very small. _Oats and barley show
considerable variation, germination
upon spring plowing having been, uneven in several districts. Cutworms
did aboilt the usual amount of harm,
and grasshoppers were numerous in
thc southwest corner of Manitoba.
Practically no other insect outbreaks
are reported.
chamber of labor.
On the walls of the chamber thcy
wrote: "These goods arc at the disposal of the people."
The situation grew worse during
thc day, assuming a revolutionary
character, and thc mob continued to
loot and destroy all kinds of property.'
The food riots here, however, differ
fundamentally from those at Spczia
early in June. At Spezia the rioters
looted for their own advantage, while
at Forli most of the'wheat taken from
the shops was transferred to the care
of the municipality or the chamber of
labor lo bc distributed to the people
or sold at low prices.
The value of the goods stored by
the municipalit3f ��� was estimated at
8,000,000 lire. The owners of those
:-J-shops which, escaped sacking brought
their keys to the municipality, which
is composed of socialists and republicans, and thcy ordered that the shops
be reopened and the goods sold for
half price under the supervision of
representatives of the demonstrating
ticularly that of the ravage of the
city of Ufa, by photographs, many
of which he - declared he had taken
himself, and which record appalling
instances of wholesale butcherv of
women and children.
^ Mr. Jimbo' said he had visited Ufa
immediately after the Bolshevik withdrew before Kolchak's forces. He
learned from survivors of Bolshevik
occupation, he said, that thc Bolshevik soldiers had looted the entire
city and then organized a "government" consisting of committees. One
of these committees, hc said, was
Tailed the 'extraordinary committee
on executions.
This committee, lie declared, had
all members of the city government
rounded up, and ordered virtually
all of them shot. The head of the
committee, he said, had personally
executed the president of (he. council, who was brought before hir.i on
a stretcher.
A few "days after his arival in
Ufa,   Mr.  Embry said  he  followed
If  Demand  Is  Made By  League   of
Nations, Holland Will Give
Him Up
London.���The allies, according
the Daily Mail, have received assur
ances that the Dutch government, in
the last resort, will not refuse to surrender the former German emperor
for trial.
The newspaper says that the necessary formal objections will doubtless
be raised to maintain thc rights of
Dutch sovereignty, but as the demand
j for his person can'be made in the
namc of the League of Nations, national rights will not bc infringed and
there is no doubt the Dutch government will bc quite ready to g<-l vi-J of
the unwelcome Kucst.
-London.-.���In the House of Commons, replying1 to a question by Col.
Wedgewood, Right Hon. Walter
Long, First Lord of the Admiralty,
stated that the British naval construction program would hot be modified owing to the sinking'of the German ships: He pointed out that .the
program had already been reduced
very considerably prior to the sinking. Thc possibility of the sinking
of the German ships had not been
taken into consideration in drawing
up thc program of construction, bvt
consideration had been taken of the
fact that tlicrc was no chance of ih��
German fleet being restored to Germany, and therafore it ought not 'o
bc calculated -as a possible enemy, bin
as a possib^r: addition to the fleet': of
the allies.
Al! C.E.F. Home By August
Strikes    in    Britain    Have    Delayed
Ottawa.���Major-General Mewburn
announced in the House that from
the armistice up to thc end of June
289,627 men .had been demobilized.
There Were still in England, at a
close  estimate, 43,565,     included    in
crowd of residents    into    a    nearby Iw,lich wcrc some 5,365 hospital cases.
j wood,  where, they came upon scores I That number of 43,565    would    have
apparent  return  to:   - -    -
at    least    another
Despite     this     ..rt	
order in the    riotous "mommtl'" the I ��f b��d'CS    of   women ' and children, j bcc�� reduced by
losses arc enormous owing to the de-��� Ulsfloscd  '��>'  ��"e. melting  snow, who 'j 20,000 "had it uo| been for the  ship-
struction of shop fittings and com mo-! ,had' ���l?.ecn <iriv'en into thc woods and j pi��g strikes whicli took place on the
Fossils Found in North Manitoba
The Pas, Man.���That the Arctic
territory of Northern Manitoba was
at one period possessed of a tropical
climate is in a fair way of being demonstrated, according to the discoveries of fish fossils near Cranberry
Lake, north of this place. Professor
Wallace has examined thc specimens
located by J. P. Gordon, and he declared they doubtless belong to a tropical age. Thc Gordon collection
consists of corrals, crinoids, \zv.d
plants, shell and scale fish.
dities which could not be
transported, such as gasoline,
was burned in great quantities.
Peace River Coal
Leases Cancelled
Hoover Resigns As
Food Controller
Literature Sent to Winnipeg
Calgar^v, Alfa���All'the "red flag"
literature' seized by the. Mounted .Police in thc Calgary raids has already
been forwarded, to Winnipeg, according to a statement given, put at headquarters. The same action has been
taken with other such.literature sciz-
ed'in raids at different-Canadian cities.
A particularly large consignment was
obtained in the raids in-.PIdmonton.
������ '���   .    Getting Rid of a Few
Charleston,- . S.C.���A . trainload - of
Germans, former^-interned at Fort
Oglethorpe, embarked on the- tran's-
portPrinccss Matoika^_for _R.otterdam
to be repatriated. .''':''
Will Remain as Director  of Newly-
Organized Grain Corporation
Ncw Vork.���The resignation of
Herbert Hoover as chairman' of - the
board of directors of the food administration -grain corporation and reorganization of the corporation under
the namc "United Stales Grain Corporation" was announced ;at the annual meeting of slockholdcrsher.e.'���
. Hoover's place as chairman will be
filled-by Julius Barnes, wheat director; who also.is president of-the corporation. \ It was said Mr. ;Hoover
would continue as a director', but that
his resignation of.-the- chairmanship
marked the'first step' toward his retirement I'rom'public life.
Smoky River Leases Were Subject of
Investigation By Senate
Ottawa.���As a result of the investigation by the select committee of��� the'
senate appointed several days ago to
enquire into the question of certain
valuable coal leases in the Smoky
River district of the Alberta Peace
river, some 200 miles north of Edmonton, leases have been cancelled by
orders of Hon. Arthur Mcighcn, minister of thc interior. As a consequence, thc application for the right
to build a railway to be known as thc
Athabasca, Grande Prairie and Vermilion railway will go" no further than
its present stage. .   '
Officials of the geological survey
branch havc testified before the senate committee that the'-coal area'in
question is probably the- richest in
Canada; and that if. developed and
connected with the niainiincs to-the
south it would bc able to supply the
whole of the west with a coal almost
equal inequality to the ,���Pennsylvania
anthracite. -:    ' "
brutally slain. He exhibited a photo
graph ���������showing twenty of these victims, the bodies of many mangled almost past recognition. About 200
bodies were found in the woods, he
said. ^ Pupils at the Ufa high school,
lie said, had been lined up and questioned as to their sympathies, and
all who did not profess S3mipathy
for the Bolshcviki were shot or put to
work of thc most degrading character.
At Ossa, a city of about 30,000.
Mr. Embry declared 2,000 bodies were | land
found on the. outskirts . when the
snow- melted. He displayed phot'o-
graphs'Jof some of these victims
taken by Col. Teuslcr of the American
Red Cross.
other side. The strikes were overhand
transportation was proceeding rapidly. It was expected that demobilization would be complete early in
In London
Sir Sam Steele's Funeral ''���'���
' Winnipeg.��� 'No ��� more impressive
.military funeral has ever been witnessed in Winnipeg than that.of the
late Maj".-G'cn:"Sif S."B".'"\Stcclc7K:'C.
M.G./CB., M,V:'0.. Official representatives of the -Dominion, province-and
city and numerous public bodies.joined with the military in paying tribute,
to thc "warrior- whose death has-- been
mqurned.on  three continents; "
' ��� . London.' '���r '.William -.liohenzollern,
-   the former-German emperor, will, be
..- brought 'to England'in.a .British sliip.
"������ aiurimprisbned in thc.'Towcr of-Lonr
'���- don,; according.vtb" thc Daily Mail.- v
.   'The 'death "penalty- \vill-..:i'iot!   be.
sought, the newspaper points out,-.but
if. he is-found guilty, lhc allies  will
ask. his banishment for .life, '.to a  rc-
'motc island,-following"the precedent
.' of Napoleon's exile'on St.. Helena.
-'  ..;Tlic- international: trial   rou'rt bad
' intended' to 'try. the,;former emperor
alone,, the Daily ��� Mail says, but.it-is
��� possible that-Ihefofmcr crown prince
..Frederick; will also' be. arraigned be-
-iore'it."-"   .. ��� -.   - -.'���"-    :' .";.���
The note to Holland requesting thc
. ��� extradition "of,the .former" German.'crii-
���peror, it is: understood, .will be signed
��� by twenty-lwo or'twenty-thrcc ,of the
powers.     -\v.", -      ..:   .'    ':', '"  .
The'- former.    German   .emperor's
".guards at Amerbngen have been increased,- according to the 2?.aily-- Mail
correspondent, and his.'staff has been,
. reduced.      Lieut-Gen..   Von ' Estorff,
has left for Berlin..      Well-informed
circles at The Hague, this correspondent .says, ,do;,no.t believe., that Holland-will, give the ex-emperor, up to
the .allies.'   They are of the "opinion
���ithat'hc .-will- remain" in   Holland; for
'the 'rr.s.t.of-.his life.'"--     ������..,,..���;..    -' iX.X-
.;'���; Paris.���I-I he :offirc,rsV-corps/, of-.the'
��� Pr iis s ia n a rniy - a n d Ge rnia n - ii ay y, ac-
-cording to a  Berne ���dispatch.Mo , the
��� Havas:Agen'c3',:baye;se'nt a lengthy.
;. appeal tc-the .Queen!; of Holland'not
:tO;pe'rmit the extradition.of.-the ;for-
.'aner-.German  emperor.'��� '   '���-���''������/ X-
Polish Claims To Successes
Ukiranian,Front Pierced and - Boishe-
vik Forces Repulsed Every-."������
'��� : .'.��'"' ���'. -where.'. ;   -"../-;-,:..;.;.
.'"' Paris.-���The " Polish-;;forccs liav.e
started a i:ountcr:offcnsivc along the,
whole -. Galscian-Wolhyniau front', acV
cording to ; advices from Warsaw.
The Polios claim' that . they 'have
everywhere, broken through the Uk-r
rainian; forces,-' 'and., that- the... Lcm-_
berg^HaliczStaiiislaus railway- line.is
again.; in" Polisli hands.' Thc enemy
suffered severe casualties, "3,000" prisoners, 30 tria.chinc -guns and .huge
stores being, captured. ;. -"
��� Il Cscciiis- that the Ukrainians' were i
everywhere taken, by ��� surprise andj
gave, -way at all points.- The Poles
'.occupied Brody; Pluchow, Pbmor-
zany. and Rr'z'ezany,. taking 1,000 additional -prisoners arid much booty;
Thc Lcmberg message says tliat the
Poles have, pierced the' Ukrainian
front at several points. Crowds of
Ukrainian prisoners arc arriving at
Lemberg and the population of the
evacuated regions are returning.
Bolshevik forces- began. an: attack on
the,-Polish frb.nt^'bu.t- were "everywhere
repulsc'Vl..;' y ���;.--'-"���.���"-' " V'-cv-' ''
Change in Japan's Trade'.
Japan's exports .for the. first   Cthrc.e
months.of 19,19 .were. Valued at $187,-
3/2,000,. atid..her,..imports at $239,599,:
000,  showing'an  adverse 'balance   .of
S52,227,06p.;.-'-The' adverse "treiid   that
.has-been;-maintained .since the beginning-of-this year.i.s taken as an nidi-'
j-.'catiph .that Japan's business .is .losing
the -wiir-impetus'aiid "is'.gbing. ���.lo-.riin
in its normal.groove.-'���Japan .- -Trade
Bulletin.'-  .-    .:���-������������   ' ���'=-". '   "������
Seats May Be Reserved By Mail   .
. Regina.���Seats may bc reserved for
parties .'by. mail at' the "Panlagcs
tl'eatrcs .in. both Saskatoon and Regina for the big fair week attraction'/
The program has- been"specially selected .to suit the.limes, and will be
found,to comprise, some of the very-
best vaudeyillians "of the" day. ." Jt ;is
suggested.that you.drop a line to the.
manager-of-'eitlic'r--of .these-theatres"
stating your wishes,'and you can rely
on prompt and .courteous attention...-
Pensions Bill Is
Up For Discussion
New Measure Considered- Satisfactory By Major Williams, M.P.
Vancouver.���"A new pensions' bill
will bc brought in parliament this session. It will.not-please everyone. It
docs .not meet-entirely-wall my approval, but-1 want to tcllyoir that it
undoubtedly meets the most general
provisions-of any pensions' bill ih thc
world," said Major George B." Andrews, ��� M'.P: for Centre . Winnipeg,
speaking as. a- delegate, at the G'.W.
V.A.  convention. -
The statement made by Major Andrews followed the presentation .j by
the rcsolutibns- committee of a'./lo.ig
resolution comprising no fewer than
17 "sections, in. which the desires of the
veterans as set out in a largc number'
of resolutions froni various branches
had"been...incorporated, and which it
was hoped;that the Dominion convention   would  endorse... .,  ' -
Crown Prince's Flying Visit
Paris.���Dispatches received at Geneva    regarding    the former 'German
crown prince, whose reported  escape
into  Germany was denied, state that
thc    interned    prince made   a flying,
visit to Potsdam and returned to Hoi- I
These reports from Constance
aud    Munich said thc   former crown
prince crossed the Dutch frontier in
an automobile and visited his  family
at Potsdam.
Revolt Stalks in Berlin
Berlin.���The communistic leaven
again arrived at the fermenting1
stage in Greater Berlin, and there
were indications that thc strike
movement may develop into a political insurrection. The candor and
boldness with which the independent
Socialists aud their Communist
henchmen are playing their cards
shows thej' feel more sure of their
footing than during the Alarch revolt.
A man.will deride the 10-ccut cigar
that is given him, but he .never-murmur's about the nickel'one-he buys.,
Saskatoon.���At the Empire theatre
in Saskatoon and the Regina theatre.
| Regina, for the fair weeks there will
be offered three times each day one of
thc famous . . Pantagcs vaudeville
shows. These will comprise some 20
or 30 of the premiere vaudeville artists of the day, offering, in conjunction with movies, a two-hour show
that should bc a welcome added attraction to" thc already strong fair
British Premier On
Making Of Peace
Help In Time Of Trouble
���.'  Builders Are Back  '
". Wimiipeg.^-Mcmhers'.. of '- thirteen !,:;
building'trades,unions,-\ylio have-'-been
on   strikeV for1   the ."past  tiine'.: weeks,
hav.c 7rctured ��� tp,-w6rk".".' .. .-.- -' -    v '.
With  the; reopening  of- work   contractors began, to'rusli: plans' for,-construction1, that 'was "in-prospect     tliis i
spring',' and ��� whosc'aba'iidoiimcht  has I
not. been  forced .by tlic shortness-of
the "remaining .building season.- '"x
I Britain.arid States-to,-Act in Concert
"-C 'in Aiding France-;    ���/'.���"
.'.Paris.���The' .  FrancOrBrit'ish y and
Ff'ane;o-A'nieriea!i'."trcaty,- "the  Jburnal'.
says'l' provide- that, the iiiltryciitioh.. of
Great. B_ri t:i in r. n d--1 h e " U ii it c d  S t at c s
Ion'liehalf��� of Franrc. against Germany
shall;,be - in t.cr-dcp.cndcnt.- , -Great Br'i-'
tai.ii-.Cand. the...Unit.c'd States,-' it is*-' ad-'
vised/ will .biil>-:- iicl'pl:l;"ran"c"c'.by "com
,-.;. ���.' Boy. Murderer's Sentence   -
.-.Winnipeg.���John   ^William.-'= Cochrane, tlic-15-ycar-qld Indian :0'oy. who
.on June 25.1ast was. found guilty-of
manslaughter of-his eiiiploycr, James
R, Campbell,",a.fanner," of Kockwboct
-Man.,   .-with   ;a ���  long ;' two-p.ronged
j wrench,  on- April" 13,   was  sentenced
��� by.. -Mr.    Jtistice -Prendergast    to -15
years-' imprisonment.-
' ...Senate Refused to Change Vote--/"--'
. Ottawa.���The .^senate.; ;.has. Toted
down the motion ,pr Sirjairncs Lbughr
eed,"government leader,.that'.they.do
not insist oh their, amendment on the
prohibition -pill, '.by-a majority, - of
seven,-.the vote^stanflin'gWto 23'.Xrr<
Belgium, to Canada
" .Brussels'.'���Thc Belgian ministry of
the. inferior .has offered a.-parcel of
land'in the neighborhood of "Ypres to
Canadian- authorities for erection of a
war memorial aiid.musciim.
;-'_-" ;:Hit ��he,;H^ C;' of, L. ":
: Winnipeg.���'.["he eoniitiittec of. one
thousand, - formed to'ineei .tlie situation, "created.; by tlic; r.er'enf 'syinpaV
ilic.tic,,strikc,'-pass.ed>a "resolution de-
rnanding- tliat .'investigation, and leg--
islatioh -"slio'uld'be instituted 'immediately., to punish' profiteers, and-cberlc
the  high   cost of living":"-"'/   -- .
-'- ��� V"  i  Tribute "to-Edmonton . ..
.'-"London.���The scholars of.the. Ed1
mbntoh,. London, schools, who havc
been working a Union Jack,"havc;prc-
scnted it. to-thc scholars of Edmonton, Canada, in recognition of thc
gallantry of thc new Edmonton soldiers.
"London;���Rt.: -Hon. -David Lloyd
George,-the premier, had a good re:
ccption from all' sections pf the House
of Commons.: ' His speech was largely
impromptu and discursive.' He -told
of. thc- peace conference!;? -efforts to
prevent wars -in the future, and reviewed, some of the striking restrictions put upon Germany iri the treaty
sigiicd at-Versailles.      .  -.    ���-,  ;
Discussing the determination of the.
allied and- associated, power's to place
on trial ��� William ' Hoh'enzollcrnV tlie
former. German emperor, "as ' thc man
chiefly;-responsible- for the~ .war;' he
declared."that if "such, .a course had
.been ' "followed ,''after ��� other" wars
"there wbuld'have been"fewer wars."-
���It was' the" intention to -make such
an example of.- Germany ;as' to; disr
courage - others .from ."fiver-again attempting-to-repeat-.this, infamy."-;
��� .There.- was.-. ,a >. "significant -' passage
when the'premier .first."mentionedjthe
league of nations.   Many of "tlvc'.incm-.
ish"-'to'7:-liaVre-'- aiibifiei   -\ is<-.,
in;;Lurope> XX- XXXX
XylfdGynoXXhirdi anyone can  claim
'tlic'-termsVccb'nstsh'itc injustice to Gcr-���
;maiiy;''vthe::-premier  said, in  discubs-
ing:::thic'..'repa:ratibiis  clauses,     "unless,
t li jjy-.'-- 'believe:;: j us ticc^:i n; ;t li'p::. wa t- C-was y
o7riC-:tlteV side.:.pi- /Ge'ri^anyc X-i- HavingC-C:
rmy, .tnerc is no injustice
scattering ./anq^disarming it. If the
'*' s'Ui.ad.-..'rc'storcu the colonie.s to
Germait-yc--after the evidence of ill���
;tre'atmcnf;ipf;./;;ihc natives, and the
^rf'jth^C/rijatiycs havc taken in their
=b:-i\Wlibe~f^i*oii> it" would have been <i
i;^T^lxc&_ttal(:e-cthe "trial of those re-
.S|raysible:'.fo;iVvtiie war. If wars of
.fl'iis^-fci'ndy'isi.feSto ho. prevented, those
���pdrsia'ii^y^rS/s.^onsiblc for them, --who
iia^ext^kerl^part 'in plotting them.
'SJib%ld':b'c;-'li'c''l.d: personally responsible.
^'nj'lierd.f'breCthc entente decided thai
iii.e-^iu^lib/' undoubtedly had the
priiiiar^^eSjipiisibility,  in their judg-
bers-eliecred.-.lHilsccjningly nearly "an in.ent'at any i;ate, should bc tried for
equal number -burstaiito.laughter.. 'VI t'le offences he committed in'brcaking
beg.of you t.b.;tr>',;'it."'.;'.l_i beg.'of:'ypu- treaties he was bound'to honor, and
to'takc'.it-serioiisly,", the premi"cr.:pro-'i 1*3" .tliat incans 'bringing on thc war.
.was .iin exceptional course, and
! achirveiijcrit.-""���'.-
-One;   menibijf
Open to Returned Soldiers
Winnipeg.���According to S. Larkin,
of thex Winnipeg. Land.. Settlement
board, the Domihibii'; gbvernment is
preparing; tb', open for .soldier, settlement the .Riding Mountain and. Turtle'
Mountain /forest.,rescrvesrJ'in;.Nortii--
west"Manitoba..-������"--c:v-,'.-';���."'. X-xy ���- ���-' :'������'
. Lord Raleigh Dead
London.���Baron Raleigh (John
William Strutt) has passed' away;. Hc
was known, as the "pctrr shopkeeper,"
having established, a- chain of milk
shops in London which,were"supplied
from his own. farm.-, Hc was born in
1842. '      -   "-,.-' '/""' xy'
ictiou and not'-separatclv: . Lhe -.- .      .,       ...      ��� ,    . .    .      ���,   .���,,i   ."u
,.-   ,. ���:.    ,-���   --,   .- \       -���������-- :     .tested:     I'roceedmg, .he, declared:.-   if   -��� ���L.t-
pap.cr. declares.that -theirinterveutiou'!', ������   ���-.   ���;;.������     '  -,   ,'    -  .  ",   -���     . .r'   'i-'k-j ni'tvii- h-k  )ii>rm��p l"f it Wm
1 ���-������ - . - -       ,.:������   ���     . - ���      .-��� ,, -   the'world   rould  be   saved   trom   the  Kls a pit>-u\\as, ot'ausc i...c. it oecn
must, occur if.-tlierlisarmamcnt.of th^'l ilorror.s 0f v ir'ir would b^"'i ,;r^;t'idorie';beforc. there .would   have -been,
Rhine, territory , is^ not 'siiflioent. ,tp.j a;.,,;=v-iicnf -y '- "���'. ���-..-���.���;.���.' ';., ";^""",/. fewer:-wars.' The allied .-oimtrics un-
proic.-i ..Fiance, from .Gorman, aggrcs  |'    '       '. --��� " ��� '    .   >- . ���'      ,,;.,-     ���.\;vanifliousl'y''\leciVlcd   that-tlir   tribunal
' ' " ' "?tt- an. interallied one - should sit ax
Loudon ' for-, llic-trial of rhe persoii
chiefly-, responsible for the ^ar.
; "Thoscguilty of submarine outrages .ought to. be: punished, for -r.hr
officers- should know that thcy would
be ."held 'personally responsible' for'
.offences "against. theTaws of "war." -
-/' ;,'",'��� X ���/-Seduce".U.S.' Arrhy -",", ';
' ��� ^Vashingtbn.VOrdc'rs "for /.the; -/de-
mbbilization- of'.the. arniy, by Septeni-
ber-30 tp .peace; time;strength:b,f'approximately- "233Z3QS ofS'cers'-.and-rnen,-.
autlidrize.d ..'By.' :th"e ;'N.ationat :Defence
.-Actt/.wcte;'issued' by-'the��� war-Cdepart*
xncnt;;_" .-vv-\--- "������''       "-''" .'��� "Xi- --'-'
.-No Abatement:;.i'n .Forest Fires.,
;-, liaileybiiry. .Out.���Two ihore'set-;
tiers "in-thc biish country w.cst-of'.the'
town'.-are .reported to have lost their
farm buildings' in." the Sharp-Lake fire,
which is still-raging.';'-The victims arc
named Olse.n and. Fernholm". Other
properties arc in grave ..'danger as the
flames, are spreading before a rising
wind. -"���-','."
Soiiie- slight showers of rain-are reported to have fallen in different .parts
of the- country, but thc .effect on the
fires haVc been negligible. At Fred-
crick House the plant of the Beaver
Board company is menaced, but is
still standing.
wants/it".''V- ��� '. "���-'," ���" .'."- '.- '.-.' ,:-'-
;.. l/hc prcriiier' pniu-special- tribute'ro
thc-C.uprk'of the British ��� expert- advisers,' which,-lie. said,' had been--tlic':
objec't;';of,; trie, admiration -of -Jhc .nations "at the..'"ron fere nee;,.'and , ended
.with an appeal  for the" victory, loan,
with one. of his typical dashes:."'D.on't:i.   ,>    ���  .    ���,,    -,   ,. ���       ,
.   "'-"-;���,���      ,, ��� y-' y' ���", ������ .>    ' ,1--i.remicr..Lloyd Oeorge argued that
demobilize  the  spirit  ol- patriotism.' i ���,    : -���        /. " -   ���' f, ,-
"    was not-vengeance  "to take every
"Black  Watch"-the   Best  Black-
Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market
X.., Cossacks Break Through ,.
-, Ekate'rinodar.���The. Don .;.Cossa,cKs
Kayc- oc'cuifli'cd; '���' Mille'royo ;an;I-.-b.rbkcn
the Bolshcviki front; north;/of. Mill'cr-
pvbX - Iri - their successful advance .the"
Kuban- Cbssa'cks"put to rout.c'-four'in-,
fantry ahdytwb'.^yalry.Tc'girrientsjpf
the Boisheyiki io"rces..';.V\"est/ot Ekat-
erinodar, the .Bblsheyiki hWve been deV
feated"on- thevK.ertch;,peninsula :'on the
Speaking of the-territorial- tcrins'-of
the treaty, he said -the territbiV taken
froni Germany was a; matter of restoration., lt was r.cstoration.of AIs
Lorraine, he said,1 taken forcibly the
land to vvhich its population was deeply .attached; it was a- restoration of
Schleswig-Hoistein, the taking- of
which he described as 'The meanest,
of Hohenzollcrn frauds, robbing a
helpless country in the pretence they
wcre not doing, it,.and then retaining
the land against the wishes of the.p.o-
pulatipn";,.. a restoratid'n,".bf-"Poland,-
torn::tb-:bit,s'by' Russian',; "Austriaii- and
Prussian -autocracy--and nowr. reunited
under, tlic-fiag. of,Poland."". And.V'he
added,. "tb'cy.Care- all.territories ';.which
ought-hot ���.-tobelbng-to.. Germany.'' ���'-;
..,;-Thc.;.British.>delcgaUon",' the. :prc-
ihicr, said;-/-has. taken-.;a. stand resQr
lutely ;ppppsirig- any; attempt, to pnt'.a
predprhinantiy:..; Germanrv��� population j
possible precaution against a recurrence of the .war, and to make .such
an example bf'Gcrmany as. will dis-
a,0fij courage ambitious rules and people*
froin ever again attempting to repeat
this infamy. The German people,approved the. v\a'r, and thertforc it wa*
essential in the. terms'to show, it nations committed any aggression against their neighbors.. w hat lies in
store for..,th<im." - '
.;The,premiers.reference to the United-States and England agreeing to
aid ;France if" she should bc attacked
-was. loudly-cheered. After referring
to. guarantees-in thc treaty, such .is
disarmament,'-.'which he declared
should not be a "scrap of paper," the
premier spoke' On the bill dealing with
the United States and British guarantees "in the event of an unprovoked
attack" "on France, saying h* did not
suppose, any, "section    of thr    Hou*.<9
under;Polish rulc^'X$ it would be fpol/j would.oppose that.
XIMMX&s^^iii^Ss^Sm ^
'HAT type of frock should
tastefully start the clay? That is
the question that nearly every
woman puts to herself every summer,
There are morning errands that take her
out of doors, and there is the occasional
morning shopping expedition; both of
which make rather exacting demands.on
ihe wardrobe. Bul here behold rive
smart and entirely appropriate ways to
answer the question, and to satisfy the
-- The'lady of the house is going to be
particularly interested in the three ginghams shown. For gingham, be it the
real thing as is that model with the Russian blouse, and that other of chemise
delineation, or be it simulated in a voile,
.suggests the house. And now that fashion has permitted gingham to do street
duty, the st.uff becomes twice practical.
If you are the frilly type of person you
are calculated to thoroly enjoy the
morning spent in that checked voile
wilh the fluffy collar.
Of course you can always depend
upon the combination of flowered voile
and crisp white organdie to do the dainty
thing. This time it does the daintily
practical, for there is no gcirden-party
air to the charming example illustrated
to keep it from being correct for morning wear.
The same thing may be said of that
very tailored looking frock with the bis?
spots for decoration. It may be z^k
pongee and lingerie collared and
tuniced even, but there is a nice directness about it that immediately recommends it for the important but informal
duty of beginning a day.
3emf p/a/dd/ida Cfiemse I/s T&/ce Mo dis f)
Qp TbPofhe " m
ing To Farmin;
Is Spotless Town
First Christian Governor Cleaned Up
���After Turks
Jerusalem. .��� The first Christian
governor of'Jerusalem is a-clergyman's-son, who- became an Oriental
scholar at Cambridge in order to enter the service of the Britisii Foreign
Office in Egypt. The army look him
iway from political work in the near-
cast and made him military governor
of the province of Jerusalem with lhe
tank of lieutenant-colonel, lie now
wears the crossed baton and sword
of a brigadier-general, but by inclination he is still "Mv." Ronald Storrs.'
Hc is junior only to .Major-Gen.
Money, chief administrator of, the i
occupied  enemy     territory   'adniinis-j
���^1}/A S?-iiep.an,diIi,s Fa??lly ��? a 9' P- R- Colony Farm-    (2) A Soldier Seeding the Soil.
(3) A Typical Colony Farmstead.
Not ' many months ago two men
were in the same battalion in France
���the one an officer, the other a private... Thcy both were: in.at., the- end
and " iii'" the,'short interval."'since- the
armistice was signed have comc back
to Western ; Canada' received , their
discharge, .from the army,- and arc
now occupying neighboring.farms .in
one of the farm colonics prepared for
returned soldiers by the Canadian
Pacific Railway in Southern Alberta.
Here in these colonics arc soldiers
of all ranks, a, number of whom wcrc
in the firing line up to .lhc signing
of the armistice. 'What surprises
oiic most is'that so many of thcm
havc so-soon "got back" to practical
work again and the Canadian Pacific
Railway. >is to be congratulated on
having had the foresight Io adopt a
practical scheme which has made it
possible, for a large number of men
to begin /arming on their own account in so short a space .of lime
after their release froin military duties. But this company has-a.reputation for '-miking, it easy for the right
.kiiul-bf-TOcriC.to-get.astart at/farm-
ingCi /and.'������ its v.; soldiers'- 'settlement
./scheme..; is Xordy -anc elaboration; of /its:
.original/;; '"ready-made; '; iarm'V^and
..'settlcm'eht:'.;plahs,"by '��� mean's ;/of-- which'
:./fiiany: of 3Vestern;:GauadH's;iiio$t'pros'-
pcrous farmers were enabled lo begin
farming in a new country under most
favorable circumstances, and which/
has contributed in.no small measure
to their present success.   '-
The soldier settler in these farm
colonies has an unusual oppbrtiinity
lo make good. He finds on the farm
a comfortable'house'ready'for him to
move into with his family and effects.
There is a good barn for his horses
and cows, his water, supply is provided Jor, his farm is--fenced,'and he
has fortv acres of land broken ailel
ready for crop which will bring him
a revenue during, his first scason.-
Fo'r this farm he is not required to
pay anything for three years; time
cnough'to give a man an opportunity
to bring his farm lo a fine state of
development and with-.'average" luck-
to havc acquired a fair-sized bank
account as well.
.Moreover, if he is unable to purchase live stock,-farm;implements..and
seed, he is prpvided with-a team of-
horscsand harness, .two cows,- a/sow',
spine .poultry.'.some necessary1 implements- and .small tools '"and'-'s'eeciC'for
his- forty acres, for which payment
is .to be- made '.under; an. agreement:
.entered'hub- for- ihe^piirposc.--.'.':;..
:-;--;So'me' of- .the larger- implements' are
trillion (south) of ��� the-"Egyptian expeditionary force, of lhe. Briiish army,
Whicli under the command of Gen. Sir
Edmund H. H. Allenby wrested Palestine from the German-Turkish
forces. Under the laws'and usages of
war, the O.^E. T. A. is charged with
the duly of administering I'alcstinc
merely in the interim between its
military occupation and its permanent
disposition by lhe peace conference.
Jt has taken up the task of administration where the enemy - loft off, and
its function is provisionally to enforce
the. body of Turkish law which thc
enemy left behind him.
By the letter of military law.it i.s
quite possible, that thc O.E.T.A.
should have left Jerusalem's illtli exactly wherc.it lay'until a permanent
Effects Of Bolshevism / j MllSt  DisgOFge
Ancient Booty
��Voung Ckradau
Be Prepared5'
Al Men Required
The Boy Is the Foundation of
the Man
Speaking of Great Britain ar.d -her
participation in the war. Sir Robert
Baden-Fo well has said: "Two million
of our men joined up voluntarily at
the beginning of the war. Six millions
did not.
One million couldn't, largely owing
common, a set being allotted lo,every
three farms .and usc by theny-in turn
under the'direction of the colony superintendent. A fixed charge per day
is made for the use of. these-._implements. V
. The. colony superintendent.-'. is an
expert .agriculturist, and it is liis duty
to assist the colonists . witli advice
as lo the best manner of.-conducting
their farming operations. His headquarters is the central control farm,
a farm somewhat larger than the rest
of the farms in thc colony, which is
used largely for demonstration purposes, and 'among, other functions
serves as a supply depot for male live
stock. "The- central control farm is
situated at a point ni'ost conveniently
reached by "all the settlers in tlfc colony, and will ho doubt become''-tlhcir
chief, meeting place.' ��� ..
- A more' enthusiastic comniuiiityi of'
farmers    will  be  hard     to" find   anv-
form of administration was set up loll��  Physical  defects  from preventable
clean out the house and live in il. Bk.1
nobody need expect an Englishman-to
move into a house vacated by a Turk
without indulging in an orgy of soap
and water. The result is that when a
permanent administration is finalky set
up in Palestine, it wilt find its house
scrubbed,, swept and fumigated for vft.
The '"headquartersVv of O.E.T.A.
(south) arc located on the M'ount of.
Olives, near Jerusalem. It divides .Palestine, into ten provinces, by far thc
most important of which is the Jerusalem province. This runs east from
the city of Jerusalem, lo the Dead Sea
and north for a distance along ' thc
Jordan. It is of this district that
Brig.-Gcn. Storrs, C.M.G., C.B.E., is
military governor.
Gen. Storrs was horn in London,
where his father, who is now Dean
of .Rochester, in Kc/T', was vicar of
St./ Peter's,   Eaton   Square,     lie   was
where than those, in process of form-  educated  at :Charlerhouse,v. one     pf
ation in these veterans' colonics in
Alberta.- To see the men at work, for
themselves, .on -their own farms,..after
what they,.have"gone: through,^ isC-au
inspiring "sigh.L ���' The spirit.'of' mutual
help--aiid-' coini-adcship"that;;.is'- cve.ry-
wherc-Uevidenf^speaks: weli ��� for C/-.the'
sticcess':- .6f tiic"vcii'tiirc:'-v -:Thesc.��� farm
colonies :are sure io. bccQiiicc.centr.es
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England's most famous public schools,
and. at Cambridge took .first, class
.honors'.ii.V tlic classical;.trip'bs; .-.T-le-.-bc-
gaii'; ���'��� the' study ��� C'o.f.. A'rab'fc: .iindcr a
sclienicCdf- .Lord:Ci:bffl;cr's,':'h'igli--com-
missipner f6r.:Egyp;t,/fQr-:-..traii]i'Tig;s.i).cf
civil/%; rvicc./CV This '-^.as/fblipwcd/^v/'a
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"Voii cannot maintain an Al Empire oif C3 men,- said Lloyd George,
and although hc referred, mainly to
lhe health, of lhe body it is equally
true regarding the health of the
Preventable , causes that cost . lhc
defence of Britain one million men,
should b'c prevented, and it is that
work .that Sir Robert is-carrying on.
The boy is thc foundation of the man,
and the Chief Scout is teaching people to lay that foundation well by
bringing up... the boys soundly and
sanely, both physically and mentally.
The outdoor life in touch with nature���that is the keynote of the S}-s-
tem, but it is-not simply-am outdoor
life of-play and picnicing, but life of
purpose, in which arc taught intelligent observation, play with point in
it, self-reliance,- consideration for
others, a sense of duly, and a high
standard of honor.
The Boy Scouts movement is doing'
a ��� great;."deal, lb 'remove those.��� "pre-
yen table'.causcs;''can'd,lessen-the'number of inch incapable ;6fc performing
..the-highest duties;pf citizenship.;'/ "���
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:beiiy're's':-'Caji.cl;fbpcYa.l'ionS iirCthe yvobds,
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;i��oii.Cbf;tlifey:;iiiafei.ng- tlvevurioSt'cbf;it:
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���'- SI rftRo ber i: /.Bade n^Pbw ell > Ii'as/c/;i\^oiic:
pi re.;
Many Staiving Russian Faimers Are
Wasting Their Wheat
Famine ]���> shiMiig it-, tens of thou
sands  to  the  wai s  thotis nds in  un-
(happy Riiisi i
A writer in the London Graphic
thus dcscnbcs son t of the icasoiis
for it:
"The neb 1 kianu h<is bioken
away. ' Russia is in i do/cn 'Sinn
Fein' fragments, and c\ci\\\hcic the
expectant pcjsmt squats on his patch
of land, sullen and defiuil, waiting foi
thc jungle pounce ot nunou-. niigh-
bors, wh'tli he knows muni longjje
"There aie no l1(\i<ois foi the
storage oi *-urp!u-. s;rini The peasants iic\ci Ihushed until thev wcrc
ready to use, oi sell their hat vest So
sheaves weic slicked in thc held until a' bujei ��� oi the t i\.-collcctor ���
came alom, lhc outu siui\c soon
rotted, bin���".\uch<\o', whit did it
"If tht coin wis catiu.d o\ti into
the second or third summer, it was
altogether ruined. The process be-,
gaii in the first ycar of war, when the
mobilization of 15,000,000 soldiers
overtaxed the railways and monopolized all the freight cars. Each year
saw this ruin spread. Rolling stock
fell to pieces. Hunger haunted the
cities, some of which are further apart
than Liverpool is from New Vork.
Then wholesale migrations began in
quest of food to keep body and soul
together. Thc nor'maj population of
Pctrograd- before the revolution was
2,000,000; today,' as the'result of the
terrible calamity which lias overtaken
the great city, lhc number of the inhabitants has fallen below 500,000.
"In the early days Bolshevism took
the muzhik's grain and paid him with
'printing-press' money. Here is another reason-.for the almost universal
failure lo sow crops. - What can bc
done to snatch these starving millions
froni a. horrible death?'
"Their only hope lies in the Supreme Allied Commission of Supplies
and Rclicif, under Mr. Herbert (Hoover. Cabling from Paris to the Washington Congress for ?100,000,000, President Wilson said: T cannot too
earnestly or solemnly urge this appropriation. Bolshevism is steadily advancing--westward. It cannot be
stopped by force; -it caiubc stopped
by food.' And lhc Famine Reiicf Bill
was at leViglh passed in Congress bv
242 votes to 73." ,   -'
But in spite of this and other allied
aid, Bolshevism withholds all food
from those who do not" sympathize
with it, and- famine- is destroying all
the patriots who' -oppose-the traifpr-
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liged: to- %rawl:':bri;'h^nils.a.iiS'':Jicoe'e$��-
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Jiad^begivC.nftvdes :.'nillifaryj'v^gpycrnpr/
^fe/'Stbrrs-ca lieiyigiightgbJpiiel''   jviiet
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^Glijibyic-^rr; to eicarv Pp; Zyiiy^ip'yrcspli
pJ^Iiys'^wDrfc,. Jerusalem':is//nbw;;:k;cleaii/ -stbck^Katal AdviJrii&i/
jiuctllcceiit placcfe- li:M(^;ii;%/;prpl)ab_iy
:it;iva��:ne:yci''been so befbrci M-ail/its
.S6O0/.:jc.&rs bi history? X
Phcysically,   BrigC-Geii.
ing iiia:o \vh1i- a- crisp.mousiacfie- aiid
the: ruddy face, ot aii Euglisliinstn. / Pte]
Jin yiipyis ;:;41 ie /Sqiiipif^iCilj^/ijiseifJ/bciiiii^
3|p'-^^C':/4^it jbna t'/'CcfiaiiaiSci^vi^iier;
Cc^lipijft :���>.it^-,'-s;fa:Vin^-c/ilWAV^^C^iTtiv-'/it;
���_^ tatfts'mii^:'Cipi^sy es'-,f|i|< Xyiiifiiif ;cli airacter;
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f ep!C'n-i|'i-:-f "i lib ��� ::.do_u:iiiiibiys^/'wif jij/' tli:c
llie iiiay:Cwli(j tliinks fiinny'-things{ w7ea.rs..iii:c;ribbo;tiCpf :yhc Grrier of- St. '-prefer to/ha'y��
witlioilii expressiiig :f|ieiiiC(s (lie
kind o:f a-.pessimiyi.t:,
':- "i'VoX kuoyvy 'i7iyt./i't/vis-c-'s:gi:d ..-tiiatca:
gobd-.iia:me' 'is"i-a.tlie,r -ip -''be v.-.clfo.s'cn'
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;.;' PcrliapsCsbme/pebplec dp. hot: kiioiy
that ;ihe Sphihx :gd4 Its IrepufatioG/fbt
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is;Csu ppl \;i |ig ct I i:cr; seed sVf or reforesting-
s.6iiie^-C;ar-cas;-:i:ii^Scp:tlaiid:/ '-.-Fpi; -this:
pu n;wsc; .cpii esKm'aiiU^
fir; afi'tlvs il It- spytvceVCliaye .;beenCgatIiercd.
i7ii;'J3 ri yi _il ii C^t':y!_i1yiay;^':h^
b/eeii.Ccx t.ra.ct cd:cfro ni/*hfe.;'t'onbs:Vt'/i!ii;
irieiitCHyilt^V/tbn-bi'/ilve/seed l.ixjsi: iiediV,
;t;ii.C;-iwpj. jiiyrtfelfiie Clp:p ji^l/is^fi t/ iiiake^;
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lia.rdi;c: graiiied;;c-iliiR^^f/^'^Cjiiarksililc/
Austria   and   Germany   to    Give   Up
Plunder of Pievious
In niciii\ \\ i\s tin. n o>>t itiLti tstingr,-
and ttitainh the most pitUiicsque,
tlausrs in the peace ti cities with \us-
tri i and Gei manv deal with repletion foi acts of thtft and dMirMie pc-
cuUtions tommitted not 011K during
tht war, but also m the cariy dajs of
thc Hapsbmg dominion in  Europe
'lhc ctntial empires "will bc called
upon to restore all soils of objects,
langmg fiom skulls to \cstmcnls,
which arc either of aitistic, historic
oi icligious \alue, that were taken in
some pcuod of thc worUs histoiy
irom thc coimliics that now arc \ ic-
tonotis Thc British, Bel^im, French
md I Lilian governments have claims
of thi', nili'K upon the enemy
Some of the chums made cioke a
picttut of the wonderful pageant of
Hapsburg rule from thc'low countries
to the Italian plain. Italy, is claim'
ing, on behalf of Tuscany, crown
jewels and medals forming part of-tha
Medici heirlooms and other precious
objects removed to Vienna during the
eighteenth century. ;,
They also ask for lhc return of furniture and silver plate- belonging to
the Medici housp, and of thc instruments of astronomy and property belonging- to thc Academy of Cimcnto,
removed by the" House of. Lorraine
and sent as a present to cousins of
the  imperial  house  at   Vienna.
Modcna rcqtiircs the 'return of lhc
A'irgin by Corrcgio, whicli was removed in 1859 by Archduke Francis V. as
well as manuscripts, and bronzes from
the Modcna ��� library removed at the ,
same time, including a biblia vulgata,
brevarium Romanum and .officium
baetac Virginis. Also required is the
restoration of a number of other objects which were claimed by the Duke
of Modern in 1868 and 1872. These
include two pictures by Salivatorc
Claims by Palermo are advanced
upon objects'made in. the twelfth'and
thirteenth centuries by Arab workmen
at Palermo working for thc Norman
kiiigs._ These objects were carried
away to Vienna and used at the coronations of emperors. <Thcse 'are'.'by
far the most important artistic treasures the return of .which is claimed.
The objects in question are the vestment^ of the Hohcnstauffen Conrad
and Frederick II: period.   '-.;.'���'
There are other vestments, most' of
wdiich were made on the order of Conrad; at the' end /of the" twelfth century
for use in.the coronation ceremony.
}Vork of-this, nature "was the special
prpyiiyqcc of-'..Arab/.embroiderers, -\vlio
were:.;-.bye far"-, superior to European
^craftsmen.'::���::';.::/���   ''/������-���:' -   '
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of fiiidii'ig- ;i spurccbf siipplyliipfe-^nv
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b^hipete with foreign ;countricft'hfcdid:
not ^see why she did; not make/a bid'
top th.a;t'.y��arke't lahil'-tlius estaiiTiWh: in^
ptlim. export cbhitection. ' This./was
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f guarantee Dr. Hamilton's Pills
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Pain in the back, sides and hips will
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Dizzy spells, headache and reeling
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In thousands of cases Dr. Hamilton's Pills have restored health and
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Purely a vegetable remedy, free
from injurious minerals like mercury
and calomel, mild enough for children
to use, where can you find a remedy
in efficiency to approach Dr. Hamilton's Pills?
To be candid, you can't.
All dealers sell Dr. Hamilton's Pills,
in yellow boxes, 25c,
way approach the limit of size, have
a disposable lift of more than thirty
tons, Avhich enables them to embark
on long flights Avithout the necessity
of descending for replenishment of
"There is no reason why an airship
should not be fitted with engines as
silent as those of a motor car. Sleeping accommodations can, in any case,
be provided well awaj' from the power
plant, and there is complete absence
of such noises as the singing of wires
which would detract from the comfort
of passengers  iii an airplane.
"The power plant can bc rcadily
split up into as many units as desired, and failure in thc power plant
docs not involve immediate descent,
while running repairs can easily be.
effected in the air.
"liven with lauding grounds only
ten miles apart, an airplane would be
compelled to fly at a minimum height
of about 3,000 feet, whereas an airship
can cruise safely a few hundred feet
above the ground, which considerably
enhances thc pleasure of the passengers by affording them an opportunity
of enjoying  the
Britain Planning
Air Supremacy
Many Eskimos Died
From Starvation
Government    Subsidies     Urged    By
Committee of Civil Investors
London.���Great Britain Is actively
engaged in laying the foundation of a
world-wide aerial supremacy as complete as was her maritime supremacy
prior to the war. Her plans to achieve this important object were started even before this country entered!
the war. |
Moreover, she is completely
vinced th,-;i aerial transportation will
revolutionize her widespread empire
and firmly weld it together by thc
speed that is the chief attribute of
aircraft. -:.-
Realizing the importance aeronautics would play in thc economic development of the world in general,
and the reconstruction period after
the war in particular, the British
Government appointed thc Civil
Aerial Transport Committee ifay 22,
1917, to "consider and report to the
Air Ministry with regard to:   -
C'(l) Thc steps which should be
taken with a view to the development
and regulation after the war of aviation for ciyil and.-.commercial purposes
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C-serviccS-bf- 'tlic' ^iiited-tKiiigxloni-:'- aiid.
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Caribou Failed and Fish Were  Difficult to Get
Prince Albert.���Famine stalked last
winter among the Eskimos of Chesterfield Inlet, Hudson Pay, according
to word    just received    from  Father
Turquelil, O.M.I., and thc mission at
Chesterfield is much worried for lack
of news of many of the Eskimos who
formerly visited the station. The caribou havc failed and there is no fish,
writes Father Turquetil in a letter to
friends in Prince Albert.   Father Turquetil is the French priest who, about
eight years ago, sent thc report that
the  remains  of  Andre's  balloon  had
been  found and  set  thc  world  agog
with thc news.    Hc is at present at
con-  Chesterfield Inlet with Father Piegot
studying the   Eskimo  language     and
carrying on the work of his mission.
Thc first inkling that hunger and want
wrcrc approaching came last November when a famished Eskimo, trying
to  reach  the mission,  fell  in a  faint
on the ice of the lake near.    It was
not until  the  following  day that  he
became conscious, when he gave word
of his old squaw, whom the missionaries finally discovered under thc remains of an old tent torn by thc wind.
Shc was stoically waiting death.
Many Eskimos died, for the Eskimo
had put   by no great stock   of food.
When    thc caribou    failed and    thcy
tricd  for  fish,  thej-  were  difficult  to
get.   In February it w.as;-,a;.day/s-CwPi:k.
even--.then.'-the;/fishing "cquldVonlyC-Kt
fp.iihd; .in .'t'lie'C cle'ep [places. ���;-:LWhen'"K-a_'
slip wtallvcam^-'rib-qn^
vtimcC; aigo^thcciinys^
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German Comment .On Peace
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Ot;:tly^Cre.l^ri/;i^^ ''
iyipiy the.^cphifiiittee;:/ ;wli'&;::';slgij.iii^//it/
���Ccjh/.iif ^IrCCPicl<_c say^
;;-;ipy am/relation^
C'C-dain c iita.U^ij.Qiit;|-lve. XiX ^fegie-,:pp^j|i aii]
yini r blatio n^o^thevs' ea^^bybiyg: Sfe::/t|iS
X- ^hi^es^'i/^
:*�� Wfr/Z-dMf misXXieeihXipiXc fc riiap$��
0k ^^pp^iZ^^q^ii. 'U^pmixM
ffiIW|pvjcr^^ _	
; Sand must bc superior .to the position
. of, a .country placed centrally as re-
��� gards. -ivati r: ''" :.   ���" . ";"-    '   ;   ."" '���'
���'-'.'The right to pan's' across    other
' national   - territory     without     let  or
hindrance, -relief- from  varying terms
-and/conditions   attaching   "to    flight
.which may bc onerous and irksome,
.--"the absence of customs restraints or
"tariff restrictions, and generally the.
.-.absence- of the. apparatus, for
���-.-pering or artificial!}' routing
--are." all-wanted. On all i-h'c.sc grounds
..-It is -submitted that the- ease lor an
���' international settlement
.The committee has exhaustively
studied the possibilities of aerial
transport with rigid dirigible airships.
-The investigation covers special voyages madc in the giant sixty-ton, air-
.ship's of the R-34 type developed by
the naval section of the British air
General  Maitland himself in  a' review   of  the  airship   situation   make's
this prediction:
"'The   many  practical      ad
.....       .   - 'd:regs.
i.ner.c is .no sense in .continuing .the
controversy. It is better to endeavor
quickly to find our. feet, Thc concessions made to us arc not without
value, and open the way to certain
I. The Apostles' Commission (Ivlatt.
1. The authority of Jesus (v. 13-.
God gave Him all authority in heaven
and on earth. As mediator and coming king, He possessed all authority.
This authority extends over all thc
material world, angels, wicked men,
devils and His own people. God highly exalted Him and gave Him a namc
which is above evcry name. (Phil. 2:9).
There is no other way of salvation,
for the entire matter of redemption
is in His hands (Acts 4:12). Since
God has so highly honored Him, it
is extreme folly to expect to be saved
while disregarding Him.
2. Thc obligation of    thc    apostles
(vv.  19-20).
(1) It was to teach, that is, make
disciples of-all the nations (v. 19).
They were to make, known to the
whole world that Christ had died to
save sinners and that God had committed to Jesus the redemption of the.
world. Those who arc Christ's disciples arc bound to proclaim Him
(2) Baptize those who believe (v.
19). This is the divinely appointed
way of making a public confession of
faith in Christ. The disciples must
publicly take a stand for Christ. The
application of water symbolizes the
purifying effect of lhe blood of Christ
and solemnly dedicates to thc service
of God. This baptism must bc in thc
namc of thc Father, Son and Holy
Ghost, showing that the believer has
been brought into definite relationship
to each member of the Holy Trinity.
(5) Teach the disciples obedience
(v. 20). Profession is not enough, it
must issue in. obedience. Faith must
result in works. To call Jesus "Lord"
and do not the things which hc says
profits nothing.
3. The all-sufficient promise (v. 20).
The Lord had told the disciples what
would happen to thcm after He had
gone away. He made it plain that
perils of all kinds awaited them.
Though thc difficulties wcrc great,
nothing mattered so long as thcy had
thc presence anel fellowship of the all-
powerful  Savior and  Lord.
II. The Baptism of thc Eunuch
(Acts 8:34-40).
1.  Philip  preached Jesus  Christ to
him  (v. 35). At thc invitation of the
eunuch  Philip joined  himself  to  thc
chariot and found the eunuch reading
from the fifty-third chapter of Isaiah.
Beginning    with    this    Scripture    he
preached- Christ. ^..Hevdidvirpt: .preach
Christ' asca'Cgreat:;tdacher>^
savior/who. ���ha.d;.---sufe
'st'eael/'.bf'��� the;siiinc.r.C lie Rreached.-Him.
as'/.p'fte' :v?iib.;--h'ad..,.blTer,cd;'K^
ran^m/ibr-Cnia-hyi/CjvPlie' :fact -t-liji.t::|Iie'
b u ni ie1i�� a,% r e atCjs ta ii c s iii a :h ;Viic.e'd'.c'd'j;..a'n/
interpreter.^ -r even,
^licIiCa ';p'lai.n "C-pa ssage -as -." t he - fi f t y--1 hir.ci
t-liaptcy'���'��� of//rs'ajali,/;.slibws ;tli'c;;ai)sb)iitc-
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: jja'^-;.t^;s:tf%3}'fi/-'lia;^^^
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Shock Left Her
Weak and Nervous
Liberty Of Speech And Press
When the system receives a shock
of any kind, the heart becomes weakened, the nerves unstrung, the appetite poor, faint and weak feelings
come over you, you can't sleep at-
night, and you wonder if life is worth
To all those who suffer from nervous shock we would recommend
Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as
the best remedy io tone up the entire system and strengthen the weakened  organs.
Mrs. J. J. Bunyaii, Pilot Butte,
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suffered from a terrible shock to my
whole system. I was so utterly weak
and nervous I could not sleep at
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I could not walk across the floor
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I had hot flushes and fainting
spells. When 1 was on the second
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began to feel lhat they were doing me.
good, so I kept on until I had used
six boxes, when J felt like a different
"I am never without thcm in the
house, and highly recommend them
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Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are
50c a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.
Milburn   Co.,  Limited, Toronto,  Ont.
Commission  on Industrial Relations
'    Recommends Reforms for
Ottawa.���Sir    Robert    Borden,    in . ��� __	
the house,  tabled    the majority  and [annual meeting of the Church of Eng-
minority reports    of the commission .land Temperance Society at Lambeth
ajority jl'alace, thc Archbishop of Canterbury
,��� if.   li-     ������    ��    tj,c (ir;nk    prohibition    in
English Primate
And Dry America
One of the Bravest Things History
Had to Show
London, England.���Presiding at the
Fate Of An Arctic Aviator
Three Intrepid Men Have Never Been
Heard From
Thc recent attempt to cross thc At-r
lantic by aeroplane recalls to mind
the fact that an attempt was made to
fly to the North Pole iu a balloon 20
ycars ago, by the noted Swedish scientist and aeronaut, Saloman August
Andrces and his two companions, Nils
Strindbcrg and Ferdinand Fralcel.
The   three  intrepid  men   were  last
seen sailing over the snowy peaks of
Spitz-bergen   and   have   never   been!
heard of since.    Their fate is a mystery locked away in thc vast-silences
of the lands of eternal snow and ice.
Andrce was not only a expert, balloonist, he  was also a skillful  scientist, and hc had carefully studied the
question of Polar explorations.      He
had observed that at certain seasons
of the year a stcaely current of    air
floated toward the north.      Andrce's
plan  was  to set sail in this current,
float  over  thc  pole,  alight  and  take
observations/and then wait for a favorable    current  to bear him    home
again.    This, it must be remembered,
was before balloons    and aeroplanes
had reached their present state of efficiency. ;.
^-yKing'cOscar^IL.bf'cSiyedcn^ himself
was:;-a;;:;!icavy'.:vsubscriber c/to-'.'cthc. ."f.un'd-
.which.-'niad'eithcya'ttcnipt- possiblc,.and
afe rast,-:aftcr:.:;iiipiUlisCbf ;waiting,;,:Cthe;
.b'allpp'u; -\vas.-,p��t/l.b.ps'eCf rom-its''ciiipbr-:-:
b'allpon dipped- siieIdeiyl>%Caiid :oniy.:tiie
..   Which; the airship^possesses lor com-
.. Tiirrclal purposes ar^noT/'"per haps,'/al-
; '-���'���ways'appreciated. v-/;'""C :."���--- ���' ���"V-"-"''
. -:'/"Present. day airships;: cwhjvh/in: no
An Aviator For Life
trade !A1C��Ck Is ��ne ��E Thoke Who-Really
Loves thc Game
Capt. Jack Alcock, the F.nglislunan
lVgth^'.'hvl,�� i)ir��ted ihc Virkcrs-Vimy biplane.
j from Newfoundland to Ireland, is an
j aviator for life, so far as he knows.
He-has never' followed any o.thcr calling since he flew first, in 1909, when
he was 17 ycars of. age.   He has designed machines   and   he.   has.  built
them,, biit always has activities  havc
Centred about  some phase of flying.
There arc fliers to whom their work
is just work,    and '.who arc just as
bored,when they take a planc'into'thc
_ air .as is -the' most sto.dgy bciok-kecper
va-itag-.s i-ath?S dtslC:' blM'*?c,k 'if .one of thos "
5 Utsts. Btfresbes, Sool&ei,
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tbey.Tire, Smart, Itch, or
'Burn, if Sore, Irritated,
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who cre'ally ioves.-th'c' game- and who
is- -radiantly .happy ;./rbrn-:the .moment
he"begins; to put<on:his,-flyiiig. clothes
ti.nti.i he"-'land.S;'and takes thcm off,-.
'. .::/;^;CV'-'cSIust'Be-Prqfariie ''yy.'::.:
- Wo;maiy;,,Is''.this", "parrot- profane?.-,,
���/'���/^iri'-.iicaier;; "Mercy.me"' apd ;:'Oh,
fudge''--'is.;-.his.C'limstJC Xyi'-y-'. ..--:-,; y -
./C:'"\ydm.ah:CHe--_n;quldh't-dp; IVjpyariV'a
bj.r4 that'--will"Course' for. %. lady' at/ a
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- C - Summer Course in Manitoba'
"A short "course . in.agricuriurc aiid
sociology, for thc-ministcrs'and   other
rural leaders, under-the joint auspices
of-'Wesley College and flic Manitoba
Agricultural College will be giv.cn at
the latter institution from July 28 toj
August 9.    The speakers, include. .Dr.
Gcprgc Albert Coe, of Union Theological Seminary, New York; Prof; 0-.
H.  Benson,-    director of    boys'    and
girls' club work for thc northwestern
slates;  Prof,. V.  W. Jackson, U.S.A.,-
of Manitoba agricultural college;   G.
W. Wood, B.S.A., professor of animal
husbandry   in Manitoba-   agricultural
college; Rev.  Prof.  Hethe'rington,  of
Wesley College; President J. B. Reynolds, M.A.C.; Miss Kelso, director of
home economics, -M.A.C.; Dr. Aml'er-
son, author of "The Educator of the
New   Canadian";   Rev. ..Dr.  Baird,  of
Manitoba  College.;  Rev. Dr.' Riddcll,
of-Wesley College;, Lieut.-Col.   Win.
Grassie, \Vinnipeg,        , .������'���-
frantic throwing overboard, of ballast
enabled the vessel to rise.'Tt was not
long before it was lost" to sight. It
"was  never seen again.'"
Twelvemonths of anxiety and suspense followed, and then the Swedish
government-sent out three search parlies., .Various rumors wcrc.'traccd to
their source, every possible clue ,was
followed iip, but without any tangible
result. ��� Onc.circumstantiaFreport was
to. the effect-that the Eskimos in the
Northwest, had seen .a "great" white
house'" descending from-the skies, and
that three-inch,' starved to -death, had
b'ecn./fbund "in it;,.- "v '.   ,' ''.','/.,-
���.'Tracing parties'-were sent but,, but
it-was .impossible "to. find.the tribe, and
the...truth-, of.���'the, story    was  left" in
'.doubt. - ;.-/---'   ';, . "" '; ; ..;,Cc/-:  -/
Gampaigri On Anarchists
on industrial relations. The in
report, which is signed by Judge Ma
thers, Carl Riordon, Charles H. Harrison, Tom Moore and John W.
Bruce, recommends legislation for a
maximum work day of eight hours
with weekly rest of not less than. 24
hours; piiniinum wage, especially for
women, girls and unskilled labor; also
government action to relieve unemployment through public works, to
help the building bf workers' homes,
to restore fullest liberty of speech and
press/and to establish a bureau for
probing industrial councils to improve
relations between employers and
Incjuiry by experts is suggested
with a vicwr to early legislation as
thc system of proportional representation in parliamentary elections;
also state insurance against unemployment, sickness, invalidity, and
old age. ��� Other general recommendations are: Collective bargaining, payment of a living wage, right of workers to organize, and recognition of
ft also  recommends  steps  towards
establishment of -joint    plant and industrial  councils;   to  poorest     workers' children extension of opportunity
to  reach  highest  educational  institutions; also that thc commission's finding be put into effect in all work controlled    by government where    principles of democratic management can
bc applied;  that the  report and evidence  be  printed  for  general   distribution, and that if the Dominion parliament   has   not   power   to   legislate
asproposcd by the commission a conference of premiers and other representatives of provincial governments,
also    representative labor    men, and
employers, bc called in Ottawa in order to reach unanimity on such points,
and also to purify present provincial
and Dominion legislation bearing on
relations between employers and employees.
The commission was appointed
chiefly to consider ancl make suggestions for securing permanent improvement in relations between employers and employees. Tt was deemed necessary to investigate the prevailing unrest which thcy ascribe
largely to upheavals in Europe and
general disturbances owing to the
war, giving rise to" a desire on the
part of the , workers generally to
reach quickly an objective which ordinarily would require a process
evolution co-vering a long period.
America as one of the most remarkable episodes in the whole history of
social reform. "Our American brothers," he said, "always do things on an.
exceptional.^ scale. There are never
any half measures or any doubt about
what they mean."
His Grace said that he had  found
the   strongest   difference of   opinion
amongst Americans as to what would
happen  during     the next ycar.       If
everything went as it  was  supposed
to   go, America  would  be  dry  from
ocean to ocean. How far facts would
correspond with theory, and practice
answer  to  law,  they  could  not  say,
and hc did not think it was wise to
dogmatize as to what -would be the
result of prohibition.     None of thcm,
however, would be in any doubt as to
the  thankful  recognition   they would
give to what, was one of the bravest
things history had to show���of a nation grappling with   a   nation's peril-
In   England   the   best  general  public
opinion had supported the restrictive
policy which had been in force even
where it had been -most severely ap
plied.        Where
It Took Years
That in Dr. Chase's Ointment
There is Positive Cure for
"Piles or Hemorrhoids.
restrictions were
thought likely to prove most unpopular thcy had proved nothing pf the
kind. It would be fatuous today, because war was over, in regions where
restrictions had proved to be not very
unpopular, to relax these restrictions,
because a certain number of people
had interests involved. They must be
resolved to use every bit of influence
they could to secure the continuance
of restrictions whicli had been proved
to work so well.
Reports come to us almost dally
from persons who have suffered 10,
20, 80 years or more froin piles or
hemorrhoids before finding out that
3)r. Chase's -Ointment affords immediate relief and ultimate cure for
thia annoying- and distressing ailment.
This is not ft. trouble about which
people care to apeak, but if you ask
your friends about Dr. Chase's Ointment you -will be surprised to hear
how many have been cured of piles
by its use. It is the one treatment
for piles on which you ca,n depend
absolutely for prompt relief.
Mr. B. F. Tracy, Minesine, Ont,
writes: "For about thirty-five year*
I was troubled with itching piles.
whlcU Ircpt me from sleep until I
was completely worn out. Then at
length I would drop off to eleep and
rub myself raw. I tried every kind
of ointment made without any permanent good. I also tried a homeopathic doctor, but-only had momentary relief from his treatments. Thre*
years ago I tried Dr. Chase's Ointment, and about half a box completely cured me. I have never been
tioufbled with plleo since, and can
heartily recommend Dr. Chase's
Ointment to anyone suffering from
this terrible agony or from any other
skin disease."
("This is to certify that the above
statement is correct in everj' particular."���Rev. H. Berry, pastor
Methodist  Church.)
Mr. H- B. MacDonald, "Walkerton,
writesi.      "Having    r "
piles for some time, I
Dr.   Chase's. Ointment,   which
Make This Beauty Lotion for a Few
Cents and Sec tor Yourself
Better Breeding Required
U..S,'Government Makes-Provision���.for
C'.-  "C Vigorous Steps "Against. "-'.
"".. ��� .'..'.'. .  "."".���''Extremists: .'���-���        - '" ���'���
-Washiiig'tdn.r^yrovision .'for vigor-'
pus steps." by the'federal'.government
against.bomb throwers and other"anarchists'and' radicals', declared'by.'gov
ernment;, officials 'to-be ���:'piottirig the |'-mak'��'&'_.Mic; star
Well-Bred  Stock Soon. Repay Extra
.       -_ Cost Incurred
Farm  surveys -show-" us  first: that
success"   in farming    depends    more
upon  good livestock than oii     good
crops,  secondly   that  on  inost- farms,
the grade of stock. keiDt is poof, This
means that until the "majority of farmers increase the quality of tlieir livestock,' agricultural conditions are noi
to.improve materially.    Since- the average farmer, is  slow-to take .advice,
it will -be a long time before' agricultural conditions will bc bettered���unless advice" is'hurled-at" him iii su'cli a
vigorous manner that hc isrforced.to
awaken." .���     -,". .".-���    C .,
"-C Heavy guri's, concentrated - oh "one
point,, rcsultcd.in great advances during, the war."   Big.advertising schemes
achieve great things"in .tlieimanufac--
hiring .world;. ��� -' The  ��� campaign '.for
greater" hog production.'-and-later for
greater' crops ���: were very, successful.
At''thc"':prcsciit  iimc'.a'-campaign-for.
increased"   stock-breeding -'is ;'being
waged;      With this'.-..there, ; could'bt
saiuhvichc'd a,propaganda-tor a .better equality: of stock.'".  :---.:'       ---'������ -
.-' Statistics prove that, well-bred^-stock
soo'n .repay -the. extra cost incurred7 in'
What girl'or woman hasn't heard
of lemon juice to remove complexion
blemishes; to whiten the-skin and to
bring out the roses, the freshness and
the hidden beauty? But,lemon juice
alone is acid, therefore irritating, and
should bc mixed with orchard white
this way: Strain through a fine cloth
the juice of two fresh lemons into a
bottle containing about three ounces
of orchard white, then shake well, and
you have a whole quarter pint of skin
and complexion lotionNat about thc
cost one usually pays for a small jar
of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to
strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets
into the" bottle, then this lotion will
remain pure and fresh . for months.
When applied daily to the face,' neck,
arms- and hands it. should help . to
clear, .smoothen and beautify
skin."    " ���-       *' ���'     '
Ont., wrltesi. "Having eunerfcd
from piles for some time, I finally^
tried Dr. Chase's. Ointment, which
afforded almost instant relief,-and
in time, cure. I have great' faith
Ih Dr. Chase's Ointment, and think
it superior to Any ointment on the
market. I would advise anyone eu?--
/ering from piles to give it a trial."
Many continue to Buffer from pile*
In the belief that a surgical operation is the only cure. 'Fortunately, Dr. Chase'a Ointment is available,
��nd has saved many thousands from
the risk and expense of the doctor's
knife, 60 cents a7 box, all dealers, or
by mail postpaid, from Edmithson.
Bates & Co., Limited. Toronto.
Treaty With Poland
the "si-
.Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at v.cfy.little cost
and thc grocer has thc lemons.
Germans Message"
To Netherlands
Request Government to Refuse to
Deliver Kaiser to Entente -���"
Coblcn;:, "Germany.���The following
advertisement, .addrc'sscd "to all Germans," .is appearing in newspapers in
various ' parts of' uno'ec-upied Germany:
"AW havc. telegraphed .the Dutch
government.as'follows; .
""'The Gcrniaii Officers' Alliance,
filled with' gratitude"for. the.-hospitality afforded .the German kaiser- .by.
Holland, in llic ' name - of millions of
Germans;, request the., government ��� pf
thc Netherlands to. refuse.:.to deliver
the.,kaiser to .the entente.. Wc cannot
now, defend our former war -lord .with
our. bodies,,biit wc expect thc.magna'-
minity.-of 'tlic Dutch to .'spare us tliis
final and most humiliating disgfae;.e.'-"-
Support   of  Important   International
Conventions Promised
Paris.���-The treaty which the entente powers and the United States
signed with Poland has been made
public. '���'    -
Under, this instrument, ^Poland-
agrees "to, protect the minorities
against discrimination, assumes pay-'
ment of such share of the Russian
debt as shall be assigned to her by
the inter-allied commission, and
agrees to support important international postal, railway, telegraphs and
miscellaneous . conventions and other'
undertakings incidental to the establishment of a national standing,
No Successor to Earl of Reading
London.���No selection of an ambassador to Washington to succeed
the Earl of Reading has . yet been
made by the British government,"Andrew Btmar Law, government leader,
stated in.tlic House of.. Commons.. ;
Various suggestions' have been madc
for filling the embassy post^ Mr.
Botiar Law- said,. but. so far the government had.been unable to get any
of the" gentlemen it-desired to accept,
the appointment'
"Black   Watch"���The   Best   Black
Plug Chewing Tobacco on the Market
overthrow of- thc government, 'and
spending ' $2,000,000 jn<3niii'ly . to that
end, were-made in the. sundry'civil
appropriation bill, as rcp'ortcd-lo the
senate .    .
In reporting thc bill, Uie senate, ap-:
propriations committee increased'
froim$M00,000 to $2,000,000 the fund
of the department of justice.forgen
cral suppression of ;crime.-",'lh addition,; it added $300,000 for a^pecial
fund to-enforce the law. "against alien
anarchists through, deportations.   '
.Largest ;Tariker Afloat:
: -;1'lie Augila- Oil company has.
placed -in-/ ��� service ;thc:-largcst
steamship ever set afloat.. =The"vessel
was built in England, and has a carrying" capaaty--Q'f,135,0(X]I barrels, of oil.
It made its';maiden voyage from: Liv
Canada's Aerial 'Record
London.���At a dinncr.-of-.the- Cana--
diari air force at Sh'orcham the pilots
assembled there had destroyed an ag-;
Igregate of 219 enemy machines. Gen.
Currie announced that the air force
would be maintained in Canada; He
advocated . the retention of identity
of units that had served in France' in
the reorganized militia to maintain the
traditions built.up ih thc field.
agriculture has. proved this- and. has
spread-thc knowledge among farmers',
but thcyvarc .slow.'to heed." Pcriiapi a
'.    -   -   6' - -    ��� '.   '--
louder,, more.concerted, incessant'dinning of .the fact into; their .cars misfit
help,;as it has done before. Therefore,
let all"interested; in scientific."agriculture arin' themselves with .facts abpiit
the matter ' and attempt-.to drive: a
wedge" ino the ranks of'unprpgrr-.ssiye-
farmcr-brccdcrs. .-.'.-      -������ ���   ���"
; ' 500,000'Reds" in New. York-City ���"';
y Schenectady, -..N.Y.���There arc "hc-
I tweeri "300,000:and ;500,000. men .' .and
The-departm'bh't off>v-9iiic'n.living in' New York'City"who
believe; in aii<I--advocate_-4lic -unlawful
and forceable.-sciziirc of property "-and
the, revolutionary, "overthrow of; -the
established, government. Thisv estiiiir
ate; was.giv.eii. by Senator. (JlaytoiivR.
I.u.sk, chairman 'of the joint. iegisla-_
tiv.i; committee invcstigating'sctlilioits
activities in. lhc state, .'in* an-address
before.Lhe stale .conference of mayors
and other-city, officials'.   - .   ';'-..���"-
A Just Rejoinder
The    German protest .against   the
economic . conditions   of -the   peace'
treaty, bemoans the sufferings of Germany .under-such terms, but . totally-
ignores, as the allies' reply caustically
reminds-them, the sufferings that..the"
war which' Germany planned, .began
and.cbnducted with such unparalleled-
brutality,'thrust, upon- the'world,   at.
large."   To;read the Rantzau plea it
might sce.m'that-thc Germans were an .
innocent and victimized people about
to be subjected without the slightest-
provocation on their part, to  the. direct pcii'alties..- How far- the .contrary,'"
is" -the lease  is  forcibly -expressed : in"
tlie answer of the" allies. -    _.- / '..
.It .would, be preposterous, to, cx'pcct>
tliat'thc nations.'��� which successfully-,
defended; themselves'against .German.,'
-aggression sliould-shouldcr,C'thc- economic, -losses inflicted " by- Germany ���
;while-Germany- has - the -mcaris . :to-.
make rcstitut.ion.^Pittsburg Dispatch,
Theoretical, philosopher's;are' "so'me-
time.s.practical-; fools.     >    " '"". -'- . -X-
���- -y'     .."'"'An- PPeninK
"Yes; I guess-1 can give your son a
job.;'"' You are one of.'. our    largest
stockholders.--W;hat can your son do?"
"To; be frank/iothing.''   -,.-' ,';;.;; i
"W,ell,".we,:-have'-a number:of'young
fcwfojs.i&gol'.  One of:its novel featT
H*;c?;�� Cth.e splendid 'quarters- .that -are
provided- for passengers to * the -number-of.fourteen,:: -The "big tank- steamship :js.-called the SanTlprentmoy.Mt'
easily makes- 12j�� ;.Jknots': -.. tam'pi.co
correspondent' of "'-New Y6rk; Tribune,
easily-:niakes"12H knots.;' -'.'.;'.".'"���.
X'-XXii.... ^.vvNerve V i '���'. ��� -".'." ���-���
/'Can 'you .leri.d-.me. an. urnbrella?" ."
"Vyhy,.Cthcre.s no sign.-of:.ramI":;.
"1 know that./ . .But the CC leather's
Aiire to. change.;. If ;I wait till it -rains;
yqu'JI be'. using; ''your.'.ymbrcria'ycu'r-'
selfc"'   .   :������'���;-'���  -;   ''-Xy. i.yxxXXyy.y
Polish Total Force      ,   -���
Only Ten DMsions
Should Germany Attack Will Put Up
Strenuous Defence -
London, Kngland.���Great .concern
i$ felt ,in British military'circles.-regarding the future relations betwee
Germany and Poland, though an unwillingness to predict what -will" happen is shown. Should Germany attack, it is regarded as certain that the
Poles will put up a strenuous defense;
though their total. force . including
General Haller's troops, who - haye.
now arrived, only amounts, to, "ten" divisions,.- . ." -���' *': '���.       :" -     "���-  -:' ��� '��� ���
,'tiO  University .Ave., ,Toronto,. Canada '���   i    ''   '���  .'- -     ..'   '
Under the Ontario-Department oJAericultnre,. .Affiliated With the Unirersity of/Toronto"
Session- Begins-Wednesday',   October -Ut,, 1919. ;     Write-for'Calehdir  " ." '
- "Conuihing JutU Information'   - ���'        ���; ���' '   X ���.'
���   ���_     C.   D.   McGILVRAY, ;M.P.V;;.-PRINCIPAL
.Hollweg,Assumes ^Responsibility
���:, ,Be"rliii.--Dr.-.Vpn. Bethmann Holl-
weg,' former- German- C, chancellor^ -lias
formally; a^ked the. allied and associa:
ted p^rs to -place1 him; on-trial, in-'
stead; of' the former-:, ciiperor;' The
former;.-:ch"anceIlor;Eairs :>liat";he'''as-
sumcs'C -responsibility .;for;.the"'acts of
Germany duringhis. term of "office and
places ...hira'scif at .thec-disposai.-of "tne
lallies. _-���-"���     Xi-yX: 'XyxXXiX'XxXr-.
: MEANS   MORE  aiJALITY  FOR   THE PRICE   ���-��^=
LEDGE      PrRliEMWOOD.     u.     a
Alake every pair of shoes you buy give, .the
"longest possible wear.    Use on them the very
best polish. ; '-."-.
�����   - .
contains oil to soften and preserve- the leather.
Gold Leaf is economical���-a little on the dauber
produces a black, long-lasting, shine. No rubbing required.
��� Remember thc big red package.
A Foreigner
professor  seems;  a  trifle  east
a little    flabbergasted.      He
uses very correct English.''
"Yes, a slangy salesgirl had to call
"a floorwalker to interpret for her. She
thought lhc professor was some kind
0 of a foreigner."
Says Communism Will
Succeed In Hungary
Bcla   Kun   Declares   Allies
Raise Blockade
Budapest.���-"The    allied    pojjcy
Genuine Aspirin   "     ,
Has "Bayer Cross"
Tablets Without "Bayer Cross"  Not
Aspirin At "All
Get Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin   in   a   "Bayer   Package,
Plainly Marked  With the
Safety "Bayer Cross'
a  German  citizen
or ever be allowed
There,  is   not  a  penny  of ...German
money invested in "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin,"  nor will
profit by its sale
to acquire interest.
The original,:world-famous Aspirin,
marked with the "Bayer Cross," is
now made in Canada and can be had
at your druggist's in handy tin boxes
of 12 tablets aiid larger "Bayer" packages.    .
Geuine Aspirin has been proved safe
by millions for Pain, Headache,
Toothache, Earache.. ' Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Colds/ Grippe, Ncliritis. ^
Aspirin   is   the   trade   mark,   registered in  Canada, of Bayer Manufac
tureof Monoacctica'cidesler of Salicy.
ward Hungary should be one of 'noninterference in our internal affairs,
and tiie allies also should raise the
blockade," Bela Kun, foreign minister
.of the present Hungarian government,
told the Associated Press correspondent, in discussing assertions 'that
Hungary had been interfering with
the affairs of the Austrian republic.
He also expressed confidence that
communism would succeed in Hungary- "
Resuming his discussion of the reported friction with tlic Austrian republic, Minister Kun said: "It is altogether untrue. Austria is seeking
with this allegation to deceive the
public so that it may be enabled to
continue the domination of Hapsburg
capitalism. - -It is also untrue that
w'e bought rifles and guns from" the
Italians. Our policy is peace. Sooner
or later our frontiers,, now- impossible,
will be altered, when the allies under_-
stand the situation belter, and when
the}' realize that the best policy is
peace dictated by reason.
Where Babies Are Salted
The strange custom of salting newborn babies is still practiced in certain regions of Europe and Asia. Thc
method varies with the differing nationalities of the peoples employing it.
Thc Armenians of Russia, cover the
entire skin of the infant with. very
fine salt. This is left on the baby for,
three hours.or more; wlicn.it is washed off with warm water.
A mountain.tribe of Asia Minor arc
even more peculiar in this regard
than  the    Armenians, for thcy,   arc
 ^ ;"""' "*" IU"U"" |alleged to keep their new-born babies
ing arc the nine requisites for success I- ;_..-.,     .....
Do You Know the 9 Points?
One talks about the "nine points of
llic law," one hears the expression,
but not everyone can 'enumerate them.
For future reference then; thc follow
Britain's Gigantic
Losses During Drive
Minister of Munitions Asks for Vote
of Provision of 185,000,000
Pounds . *'.
London.���In the house ofcommons
F. G. Kellaway, deputy minister of
munitions, asked for a vote of a provision of ��185,000,000 for the year
ending March 31, of which ��90,000,-
000 is an aftermath of. the war, and
the balance represents ,' supplies to
other departments of the government,
including estimates of the war office,'
air ministry and local government
board, the last, mentioned being purchases for. the government's housing
scheme.   - .\
The total expenditure of thc ministry ..of munitions since its establishment was ��1,834,507,941. Mr. Kcllaway revealed that thc Britisii losses
in materials during the German offensive in thc spring of *918 were 1,000
big.guns, 10,000 ton.' of ammunition,
4,000 machine.guns, lOO.OOO rifles, 700
trench mortars ant 200 tanks, - yet
within a, fortnight dl had been "replaced, and in many cases with superior weapons. f )n the day the Hindenburg line w���� broken, thc British
fired 943,000 shells, more than wcrc
fired in the \vhoic South African war.
Fifteen thousand tons of poison gas
were supplied iu 1918 alone.
The introduction of a cost system
saved thc country ��300,000,000 in-thc
ministry of munitions alone; 7,344
contracts, involving ,��102,000,000,
were still running, and disposals by.j
the department had realized ��130,-
000,000 to date. It was getting such
good prices for the state that it was
now accused of profiteering. Six hundred-and fifty thousand -pounds sterling has been realized from the sale,
of motor transports during the last
three  weeks.
Kaiser May Submit
To An Enquiry
r The Hague. ��� The former kaiser's
attitude toward the allied demand that
he be held'responsible for the war is
dependent on the lengths to which the
allies intend to carry their examination,-if was reported. It was unofficially said that Wilhelm would not object to giving himself up,to an allied
tribunal if it merely passed judgment
on the role he played in starting the
war, in violating neutrality and in
nonobservance of internatioal law.
The Returned Man
The*"~Foe of 'Indigestion.���Iiidiges
tion is a common ailment and few
are free from it. It is a most distressing complaint and often the suf-.
fering attending it is most severe. The
very best remedy is Parmelce's Vegetable Pills taken according to directions. They rectify the irregular action of the stomach and restore healthy action. For many years thcy!
have been a standard remedy for dyspepsia and indigestion, aud arc highly esteemed for their qualities.
The professor of elocution was instructing the young man in the art
of public speaking.    *
"When you have finished your lecture," he said, "you must bow gracefully and leave the platform oh tiptoe."
"So as not lo wake  the  audience
replied the. professor.
on   lip-toe?"     queried     the
British Motor-Car Revival
in  a  suit-al-law: ���
1. A- good deal of liioney.
2. A good deal of patience.
3. A good cause.'
4. A good lawyer.
5. A good' counsel.
6. Good witnesses. .
7. A good jury. -
8. A"good judge. ���
9. Good luck:" -
covered wilh sail for a period of 24
hours. The modern Greeks. also
sprinkle .their babies with salt. The
mothers imagine that this practice
brings health and, strength to their
offspring, and serves to keep away the
evil spirits as well.   '   .
Bonus for Ranks of Canadian Navy
���'���   Ottawa.���In order to secure" 500 officers and incn required for service in
Canadian-navy, the department of na-
- yal service has. decided1 to-, offer a
bonus over ancl above the present approved; rate-of pay and" becoming effective.in the case of all who joined
the navy subsequent, to Jun'e.l, 1919.
'.The bonus will be 75 cents.-per day
.for seamen, $l.pcr day for petty'offl^
ccrs, sub-licutcnaiils, lieutenants, lieutenant ' commanders, ' commanders,
captains and equivalent ranks.
The. bonus is given-because of the
impossibility of securing ; recruits at
-the present: rate of. payT" Provision is
- also made for married allowances to
married ni'cn and'oflicers. ;"-.
' Mothers who keep a box of-'Baby's
Own-Tablets in the house-may feel
that the.lives of their little ones-arc
reasonably, safe during the hot-weather. -Stomach troubles, cholera iny
fanttuir. and diarrhoea carry off Jiou-
saiids-of little ones every, summer, iii
most cases because the mother- does
not'.have a safe medicine-at hand to
give promptlv.    ' Babv's Own Tablets ,
relieve these'troubles7, or. if given bc-;.kcrs- for repair and overhaul
casioiialfy to-the well child'will."prevent their-coming on. Tlic. Tablets
are guaranteed "by government analyst to be absolutely harmless even
to the new-born. babe. Thcy are especially, good in .summer.- because
���thcy; regulate thc .bowels ���- and keep
the stomach sweet and pure.- They
are_ sold-by medicine,, dealers ,or_.by
mail-'.a'f 25c "a box.from Thc Dr. Williams'- Mcdicinc..Co., Brockviile, "Out.
Japan Tourists GoaI
30,000,000   Yen. From   Influx" of   Fo'r-
.   eigners in-1918
"/Japan, receives- from visitors" to' her
shores a sum' exceeding .the. vain":, of
her exports of .coal: _    -. .,.'���/;  ���"���-'
./The-mikadoes ei.npire i^cstiiiialed. to.
.have -receiyed". -more,than ��� 30,000,000
yen/from  llic influx  of .foreigners.: hi
,191"8:" or -$2,g0().000c.i)i.bre.thau--ihc 'total,
exports ;of. coal made by Japan. Japanese-coal  dominates   the   fuel   situation .in .jth'isCpart 'of tin'; Vprld. -���      ���
-' The disorders'in   Russia, have  sent,
visitors -ofvthis" nationality, -up '-.���from
approximate]}*/   2,000-.a year./ to -over,
>\000/iii. 1918. : Those of/British';-nationality" have, remained .at-;au' aver-'
age figure"of 3,000 a year, "their, movement-not being appreciably'.'affected,
by .'the. great "war so fa i" its volume" .is
concerned..- -' : y. i: ''������ Xyry. ���'���
��� 'The "Dutch ' have increased - decided-.
j ly, now "numbering approximately..500.
��� The French have dou.beld. their .mini-'
Manufacturers Are Determined to
Regain Their Footing
rThe established, position of British
motor-car manufacturers iu overseas
markets has necessarily suffered during "the war through the prohibition
of exports of motor vehicles. Their
agents abroad were compelled to do
business with foreign makers and to
introduce foreign cars to their clients,
thus utilizing the goodwill built up
with British support for the purposes
of obtaining a footing. All this was
one of the unavoidable ill-effects of
the war. But Britisii motor manufacturers are determined to regain
their footing and to supply as heretofore, the most dependable and the
most'durable cars for use in countries
overseas. At the outbreak of the
war largc numbers of British-built
motor vehicles were commandeered
from civilian users, and from that
time onwards the whole output of the
manufacturers was taken up by the
government. Large, numbers of government vehicles no longer required
for military service will'now be
thrown on the market, and carc;will
be-needed in disposing of .these vehicles so that.thc least possible, detriment to the industry responsible for
their production in times-of national
emergency may ensue. It i.s strongly,
urged that all surplus vehicles -shall.
first be offered to their original ma-
condition of vehicles ' so overhauled
would "be'guaranteed by the-manufacturers, and" this guarantee would materially 'increase'-their market . value.
Such au arrangement should prove
advantageous .to-colonial buyers, for
a large iiumber_ofyaluabl_c_ears ...in
good condition, should become available .for shipment"l.o colonial markets
at iow prices.. Tlic experience -gained
by. British.makers of-ears for war service has enabled thcm; to construct
vehicles'capable of .withstanding- the
roughest use. ahd eminently-suited for
hard wear In countries-' where, roads
are; primitive.;:   -   .   ". '
Minard's Liniment Cures  Distemper.
It is said that contentment is better
than riches���but most people arc willing to take chances with the riches.
Settling Soldiers in Civil Life a Work
of Importance
Ottawa.���A recent sl'atement issued
by   the Canadian   board   of pension
commissioners deals with the important ^question of settling returned men
in civil lifc.   "To_Jnsure of its being
satisfactorily solved," says the report,
"numerous    organizations have been
formed.throughout the country.  Some
of these are charged with the carrying out of definite rehabilitation plans
which have been launched by the government.    Others are voluntary organizations    which endeavor to assist
the returned men by every means in
their power.   All, however, are influenced    by a determination to insure
that the returned rnan's services overseas, shall  not  prove a  detriment  to
his  post-war     prospects.       Some  of
those organizations are in the fortunate position  of bcing^able  to  ef ���
bine a dual service in this conni.ciion.
"The board of pension conimi.~; loners, for example, is  charged v.ith the
payment  and  administration   of  pensions paid by the country to  its disabled soldiers and sailors and the dependents of men who have fallen.   In
the performance  of   this   task���which
is an integral    part    of thc.  government's rehabilitation  program ��� the
board has, since its inception, followed
the policy of employing returned men
wherever possible, to carry    out    its
work.    At the present time out of a
male    staff  of 355   (excluding    boys
under 18) 329 are men who havc seen
service in the Canadian expeditionary
| force.   The extent to which this two-
I fold  service  to  the  returned man   is.
' being carried may be estimated from
Real  Seville
AU Orange and Suga
. No camouflage.
Boiled telih care in SiherPctu/
with whiskers on it:
: ������ | these figures.    On  the one hand the
A    proverb    is an undisputed    fact] board pays pensions    to    a total    oj,|
' ' ' ' nearly 75,000 individuals and in doing
so employs a male staff consisting of
92 per  cent,  former  service  men.
"It may bc said with confidence
that the slogan 'Return the Returned
Alan to Profitable F.inploym'cnt' is in
this instance, at least, being very thoroughly put into effect."
The Oil for the Athlete.���In rubbing down, the athlete can find nothing finer than Dr. .Thomas' .Eclectric
Oil. It renders the muscles and sinews pliable, takes the soreness out of
them and strengthens them for
strains that may be put upon them.
It stands pre-eminent for this, purpose, arid athletes who for years havc
been using it can testify to its value
'is" a lubricant.
Hung Hats on Kitchener's Peg
"Hang your hat on Kitchener's
peg," was the word that went down
thc line when a group of�� United
States fighting men passed through
the peer's lobby iu the House of
Lords, London. And cvery American
took off lus hat and hung-it for a second on the peg that bore the name
of Lord Kitchener. It was a breach
of regulations, but a showing of regard for the dead field' marshal lhal
thc  British appreciated.
Some girls are so constituted that
they imagine that every strange man
who glances at them is anxious to
start a flirtation.
Spring Fever
-What Is It?
^^^* rpIIREE o'clock in the after-
r^ JL noon ��� and   absolutely no
"peP-"    Y��u   ca^   it  spring
i'ever, but is it?
Wlien you arc constipated waste matter remains in the intestines, decays, forms poisons
"Which are absorbed into your blood and carried by it to every
.cell in your body.    When your cells are thus poisoned, of
course you have.no ' pep."'
Pills,salts,mineral waters, castor oiljetc.jnierely^/brc* the bowels to act, and make constipation and self-poisoning a habit/
Nujol is entirely different from drugs as it does not force or
irritate the bowejs.
Nujol prevents stagnation by softening the food waste and
encouraging the intestinal muscles to act naturally, thua removing the cause of constipation and self-poisoning. It i*
absolutely harmless and pleasant to take.
Nujol helps Nature establish easy, thorough bowel evacuation at regular intervals���the healthiest habit in the world.
Get a bottle of Nujol from your druggist today and watch
your    pep" come backo
Wnrnitirf Nui��l is sold in sealed bottle* bearinr lhe NnjoITrade Mark.
tr ui iti-rig .  Au cjrusrg-ists. Insist ou Nujol, Toil may tvffer from substitute*.
"Regular ut
For Constipation
, Stale of
Frank   J.
Ohio,    City    of    Toledo,    l.ucas
Cheney   makes   oath   that   he   '��
senior partner of the liim of l'V J.. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,
Countv   and   State   aforesaid,   and   lhat   said
Minard's    Liniment
in Cows.
Cures     Garget
.- : Sworp  iio   before
niy    presence,    this
Alfalfa Supreme
By Chemical Test
Found   to  Be   Much   the   Highest  in
In a  report issued from the. chemistry    department    of the    Manitoba
Agricultural    College,    corn,   . Sudan
firm will pay the sum of ONE mJNDRKU
DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured bv the use of HALL'S
^IV^cSV"in!' grass, millet, alfalfa, cereals, rape, and
     6th   day   of   JJeccmber, ] buckwheat -are compared as  to  their
A.D.   1886. - ���   >
(Seal) A. W. Cleason, Notary- Public.
internally and acts through the Jllood on the
Mucous Surfaces-of the System.
Druggists 75c.-- Testimonials free.
-    l-\ J.  Cheney  & Co
Toledo,  Ohio,
The Effects Of The War
The   Ultimate  Outcome   of. All .This
Upheaval of Human'Nature
liaut of the. war' correspondents,-   at
tempts au
Ship Centenarians
" The ship of today, even without any
submarine risks,   cannot  hope to  at-
.lain the ripe old age .of its  forerunners.   .Nelson's Victory  was .over 40
years, old when she took part iu the.
battle  ��� of;Trafalgar, and .the Rctsy;
Cains,'which,  according to  tradition,
brought    oyer William and    Mary in
1688,    survived until 1824,  .when she
was  wrecked ' at  the  mouth'   of the
Tyne. .. ...   !��� "Peace1  looked    enormously,  good'
Lloyd's. Register.for 1910 .contained' when war was on, but now it is .rather
theCOlivia,, built 'in. 1819, and, writing drab, and something of the spice has
in'1833. Admiral Martin recorded thatf-ffone  but  of-life.-'Officers  and  men
ire-"filled with perplexities of thought
feeding .values.    The  analysis     turns
out very favorably to alfalfa, which in
its natural state is 'found to be about
double .its  closest competitor  among
the ' cereals   in   protein, - 50 ' pcr   cent,
higher than'Sudan grass in carbo-hydrates.' and much the highest iu fat,
I On account of-the stems lhc ash con-
! tent-is  fairly high,  however.    Sudan
. ; grass, is'medium high, iii protein, very
. Philip Gibbs, one^of the most bril- i high   in   heat-forming   elements
Cook's Cotton Root Compound
A *a/e, reliable regulating
medicine. Sold in threo degrees of strength���No. I, tl;
No. 2, J3: No. 3, J5 per box.
Sold by all drug cists, or sent
prepaid on receipt of price.
Free pamphlet. Address:
TOMATO, ONT. (Fim.rlj Wlriw.)
THERAPION <"""���*�����"���
Hospitals xritW
i��*cauccejs, cukesckro.nicwcakmms, i.om vicok
riLKB. ��1TKK* HO.D��UOOt��T����MAH.U. rOSC * CT��
Toronto.   witiTR nn/BII so ok xo Dr.. i.k Ci.cro
THERAPION k?.js-��-.
MIX. ��K>VT.��TAMr tjrixs.�� to aix oxsuzni ?ACIIT��
should be especially ;valuablc he;
. (it
c in
interesting analysis of. the ! winter.���fecding)...".and contains  nearly
effect of  tragedies  and  brutalities
war upon  lhe- minds  of  the  soldiers
who have come bark from over there.
He says:     -.-.-'-       .   ��� - "''
s  of j ls/i per cent.-of fat.   Cereals.and peas,
' and corn stand-'.about third '.iii the list
iir feeding value.- :-. The -high  succulence  of:corn is  of especial  value in
feeding dairy, animal?.: ...-'-'
thc. sinall. vessel in which .James -I-I.
escaped from .Rochester was' still' in
use conveying'goo.ds from otic dockyard-to .another.    '..-.'
Rteriiational Air c
-V  -Race Announced
and emotion,.without, any clear or'ue-
finite. convictions as to how thcy will
-shape',1 their future, and with.-no clear-
cut-philosophy derived from their, experience.- or- thcir-suffering"
view of war."        '.       C
'We   shall ' havc
Romance ceases and 'historv begins
-and corns' begin-to go, too, when
- Putnam s" is' applied���it. takes .out
roots, branch-and stem. Nothing' so
sure- arid- painless ""as Put'iuimCs Corn
and-Wart-Extractor; try "TVtnam's."
-2rcr at all ndcalcirs."'"":���     '
Feathers Wanted
Highest-prices-paid for best grade
new goose,- duck, chicken and
turkey feathers,--. ..     ^
Geo. H. Hees, Son & Co... Ltd.
���52 Bay. Street, Toronto
Dominion Express Money Orders are oa
sale in Ave thousand offices .throusrliom Canada.
vAVorms->.ap the slrei'igth-aiul.under
mine- the. vitality of chihlre'iiv
then .thcm-"by- using ..Mother
'Worm. F.^.termiiiator to.drive out the
parasites. - ';.   -.-���-' . -'
G raves'
".X--i   ���'...;.' Worth' Seeing'.'       "   '
-: .'_'.'��"ly .outside ;waiii!- ici'si-e vo.u.:'"'
"!T- 'Wriii.de'r.-if.- she's -wort he-Seeing j'
' .-���-'���SJie-.'is. ;   Blnecevvs'.  . goldenc-haif.
perfect' figure.    Oji.J.oy.!���'.':. -'"��� ' '.. -/-"'
' Toronto.���An.intcratioalacrial race',
which -will .start- simultaneously .from
Torpiito and New York, will beCheld
on August- -25; with"   the    Prince" -of i;
-Wales as the Starter,'it has' been -announced here.-"/Stops ."'will be. ina'dc/at
Buffalo, Syracuse and; Albany.   -.'���/.
- ;A prize of .55,000 .-and'-'a trophy 'ha\ ��.,'w
beciv. offered b;.:Johri M.-CBow
e - to v,-aii, perhapj
for-ten years, before wc sec cle'airy.'J
the. effects'- of -those four years iipori |
the character of ineii:'- " My opinion .is
that the-influence of-: warCwill' be .to
;ihteiisify all the. qualities previously,
existing in those . masses-' of men.
Those, who -Were! naturally brutal "wiK
be more .brutalized- by the .touch' of
Soldiers^^ Take Up
^^ Alberta Land.
ar..M'hosc:; who .had ��� ioinc  spiritual
man,'.of j strain1 in. tlicm, will Tie more" spiritual-
, ..    ,,-.-..- .    .   .-.        (���-    -��� ��� --,scck..to level'up humanit'v'to
be-more than two-score entries.    .      !al'  "    "'
-New. York".-. It' is expected- there' will j izcd: and
a higlier.~pla._ic"than -the way: of- life" in
that frightful, shambles;..bf tlie-battle-
.Totalc". Applications for' Loans . Are
;".:--,;'., Over Four ^Thousand ��� ""'.'--
-/Kdinonton. Alta:���rAlberta leads ''all'
other provinces of the ".Dominion..in
the /.-number"- of. soldiers' faking "up
farming "through", the - efforts V-of : the
soldier settlement boards  . ���;���/'/���-���- .;"   -'i
-'    Just Had To
The high cost oi living has produced .unanimity- iu one- thing,- .at all
events: Everyone agrees that it must
come - down.. -. The - question now"-7 recalls the, late lamented Mark Twain's
rcusoii-for a - beaver" climbin"g_a""irce.~
When his.assertion that a beaver, pursued by,..a dog. had '.climbed a tree
met with the retort that" no beaver -
could.climb ,a tree, the "writer replied
that that particular beaver just had to,
the dog was" pressing him so rloscly.
.���Ottawa .fpum-al-PresS;,,.   .'-="'_
',."���".,;���'.���'"'   -The Bravest Man  ���'.""
. Mo'dcsi ypuug lieutenant' (reporting-
to" ;C.O. "after a.. thrilling raid .in No
;"\[au's  land): -Captain,- 1   wish-to"tc-'
The 't'ola 1 ��ippIicati6ns ,iuad<
,berta for . loans- arc-just- o"ve
.lhbii^a.nd,.-, exceeding C by -' nca'rl v
J port',- Private   Hick's
r.   French-subjects tc."-the "extent of
"Black .Watch"-^ Th<? Best .Black
1'lug' Chewing Tobacco en, the.-Market
���Japan .Sends More--Troops, tb Russia
'.; .T.okio.���Japan is sending, reinforcements,'- c'onsistiiig-.of -a brigade.of infantry" and a-company''each--'of cavalry aiid- engineer's;-, to- Vladivostok,' be-"
600"passi"ng J through Japan -in i91g.! cause of eonduions.--existing .in th.e
The restraints."reciting froii.'the' war-{mari^me^,rov,,u:c of ��ibcna. ii is offi-
haic been most pronounced "in thc cially aiinpi'inccd. The Bolsheviki re-
caw of the United States citizens.     J cently   have'lieen    active  in   this   re-
 .__        . i?'OI1��    :l'1^",  l'lc  an'notmcenicnt    says,
Victorious French Girls j"h:'fV('   ?f��"   aHack-rd   Japanese   con-
in the
-";' -j highest. .term(.;.of-: praise.-,". .He  is  the"
'.bnivcst_ man'iii the-'world.. ,He"follow-.
The: Lineup of. Objectors. - .'-   j'i'''^v'^sibns  pout, .'uivfh cthe''^^ I \vom.,~l"CdinburgU.
.  A "survey of those" who���deiipuiifr-.th'c;;.tilI1^s-,��f;.PCf��ce. iiiirflainc out; in slid-('province,' while' the .total number-    "" ' ^cols-m'a,1-:' " .."-:-'.-
following peace treaty, .with GcrmanyM*?11 --^isis'of "virulence, by"'masses of loan?; aircariy approved1 is f 111. ,11V,1L, .
! discloses    the following group?;. .^4.'inen believing rightly or .wrongly th^t-i Uiam.'oiie - hundred-^morc" ili^ """ariyf    ^ ' ��� ,"   ^^P.161:  farmers
.others: .Two  British .earl's'.: three b:n- i'-th?."": liV>��.;rti.<:^ Virr- !hh-;a!e.tird'o'r theirf otlicrVroyiiu-c   -east .'or --yv e^l      " '���' " ;'.-. t<f8.if'K-'^sk.���According to the an-
The i-righis  thwarted.'.'.:    ;-,':".    '  ,;^ ';'"   During tlic{tirsrtwo'wcck-'oriunci'^^
! grain-^commissioner,'of: the Dofninion-
gpv.er!iii)er>t'--,.v.-itli. ''headquarters" here,'
loans, since the . establishment of' " the!"^'-^ '^ ^.OOOWOcwas;"expended
boamin   Canada'now   have^ reached XPrX^X^ci of tafiiiers who expert
t.hefhug>-su'ni.--of-.foiiri.��oii  amfa  half] ^X^* shortage" of..crop with'conse-
miiiiou-"(lolla.rs. ""���:" ;- - ���''���'���. Xx ���:--. X    cC!-Ql,cn-t- lack of. seed "grain, iri the "three. '
011s and . Miss fane Addeins
Vatican" ai.id-.Arthur -Henderson,-. Sen-'
a tor -Penrose ad '. the. Kew Republic.''
Count Yon BrockdorlT-Rahtzau is .also
currently" rcporied-tb rbiiside.r- ii Unsatisfactory in many of/its'feature*,---
Cliicago P.veiling Poy. '���. .    -
litii.-rtie?_ are  !hi-i.;;i!e.tird'.o'r t__eir"-_-atIicr''nrovim-e   .east '"��r- .n ..it
���rights   thwarted.'.    .:    "'..-
������ 'Tf'.barriers^f..-injii-:i!c<':.ai-e.-.- built J.Vnor;e. _than.,$2iC00.0Q0: bad bc.cn'loaned
across, their-patii tiicy;\\ill;}u"si-.'smash \'Xo- soldier -"settlers;    while-'.the'   total
through  thcin-   Tike .a' hattering"'rain
agaii'ist'-C-i bro>vii paper'screen.''-But" I
am.ah optiiuist'as to. the.ultimate biil-
come. of. all  this-.'upheaval ..of "human,
nature. C" j- believe.tliat '"the . majority
A WA.ihan  may pretend  to  be eon-!?1 ��'ur sol?HPr-s vvh��" are'.coming, back
vin'c'ed' against her
is. -      '
will, -but- -sLy never"
men  in
. More" than 6,000' 1'rencliwomen
were ..wooed and won by American
soldiers ' in'Francc within one year.
The majority of thc French girls who
have become ' Americans through
marrying men ancl officers of the.American .expeditionary/:' force.; arc", stcn-;
qgrapkers,'. '.sal.es "-'"girls,.- or; teachers'
widi'a sprinkling of-pea'sai"it:girls/arici
those, of- the middle .class-'' or,-.' bpur.-'
gcoisie. ""rX-.x"X. '"..".",>. y'-'Xi Xy"y~.'4- -
'��X$ip^^Xi $<X$
un.gcnts, causing casualties.'
Statue of Queen Victoria for. B.C.
'  London.���A Bronze statue of .Queen
Victoria, '13..feet high, and.weighing
two tons, is. shortly-to', be.conveyed,
by "steamer-for'cthe erection iii the parliament.-' house --garden' at-= Victoria,'
.B.C;,���- It; was"' fashioned :soine.; vbarsi
ago for,the 'BritishCCoiunibia.government, and. it is-hpped' that it' ^ill .arrive ,ih -time, to.i;be''u'n"v:ei!^d./by.. -the
Prince'.'of .Wales.'.'.-"'/-'' i./; ���':' ���   .--.    ���
ipipyXiBf;': ^}2^i'$\&yt0u^^s"Xy.XXXiiyX
A Wonderful Discovery
Cures Catarrh
..'���.'-���������.-;    Per man ently
from the ,-i\ar are" bigger
minds and- bodies, v.ith bigger views
of the. destiny 01' inarikiii.de" a. broader-
outlook o'n the world, - and-greater
strength af conviction" ami actt&n.
They wiil. ehangc things, it is .certain.'
prairie provinces of Manitoba,;Saskatchewan" and Alberta.-   Nearly 4,000,000
bushels of seed, grain-were -distribut-
Too  Deep ���_ for. Him
An ambitious young "author  scut ai
hirmormi.j paragraph to'tl'ie. editor of.;""1 i>ei ween" last'fall .and- this  spring,
a- daily  paper.    Time" passed, and  he; ~~"*"���r~ ~-.���-'       ,-..-
.heard nothing, nor was it nrin'tcd.    So I     -*1   fn*n   always' tries  to  follow  th��
he wrote io in(4iiire about ii
'-'I  sent you. a joke  about
and the-'world wc know, is not going,^.co.    I lia\e. heard nothing respecting! ���
to, bc the  world'of  the  next '^rnera- ! *l& salc receipt, and'should-be^giadcto i:-'"
'"--  --  ri,iC- -..!.-ti ������"-:--���.', :   ���  ':.   ���"   :'--.;"��� '-.'   "-���
stcaighf and narrow   ,path;:.,: when .'it.
en "d:avj-IS'0'ft7^:-.-te/?feS:V"S!li^B^^��S
Formerly doctors prescribed stomach treatment for.-.Catarrh and Br.on-
chiti?.". Thcy seldom .'.cured; and=Catarrh .liasCbe'conie"-a,.national .disease'.
Today ,ths -'a'dvanced; 'physician fights
Catarrh. !by. medicated :air. / He fills
the] liingi, "nose and- throat.:'with'the
���Sritiseptic>.vapoi/.of: Catarrhozone. /It
is easy-then for C.'i'tarrliozdne'to.'cure:
It: contains ".the ;.csse-ncea.; of'pure,'pine
���balsiims; 'rcarli.es-' a!:' Uhe'i-germsCa'nd
destroys the-disease: '���'-Every' case of
Catarrh, Bfbufhitis,- and ISors cThroat
caii-be cured, by '.Catarrhozone.'' ��� The
.dollar'-'oiitfif- .lastsCitwo month's^and J��
guaranteed ���to. cure; ���"-. small si^e 50c;
trial;size 25cv all/dealers or .Catarrho''
zon?C Co.... Kiugsfoh'.'O.nt/,        "-'.'���'..:./:
iion,".:        :
.-Few- men _ -are "be tier. /.q.ualined".,to"
-write,'upon'- such'..a ^.-subject';t hin-./MrV'
.G!^,'.:.:'I.t^''*-' -Pleasing. 'tp.":find.a='tHread:
of: optimism .-running. through" '.all iliit
Ae->-?.*>'9.'-?"*' to':'note tliat .he.-regardsi
th'e-/.var:a'3:.the ".convulsion
hta'r:,:,wheth'^;;:^i:C;ha|^ ..
ij::C^^O^gj^^ai^^^:$a|^te t^ j:
:X^X:VX^y^Xyiy\^-i^vX^PPi yscen ,hV-'r.X!"": i
���faiiC^^l;;:gfvt/^.Xgopdy pair, pf 1-'���
:^r/yv<?ljd *^^fr^^^vis^ 1 s^-su^cjeiit-rSif �� :'
you. jcall'h'ii'n
./;_CTfi e i��i^t_cisj:
a-J wava:^ liftypX ysomi^.
'-smzymm^xm y;%
S>;-f;__j.TXT^f?T^ry y?^-?:
Is $2 a year strictly in  advance,  or $2.50
when not paid for three mouths.   If not
paid for until, the eii-d of the year it is $3
It is always $2.50 a year to   the  United
States in advance.
Editor and Financier.
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal aud Oil  Notices:      7 00
Hfltray Notices * 3.00
Cards of Thanks ,     1.00
Certificate ofluiprovenient  12.50
(Where more than one claim appears iv notice, ��5.00 for each additional claim.)
All other legal advertising, 12 cents a
line Iirst insertion, and S cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
The blue cross means that
vour subscription i.s due, and
that the editor would bc pleased
lo have more money.
Two things cannot bo kept secret;,
Garlic and intoxication.
Nf.vkk lose hope. You may
strike the lead after tho next shot.
Just now it will take a lot of
rain and moonshine to make some
places svet in,America.
Wu feeKeorry for the .profiteers
in Canada. According to the Bible
a terrible fate awaits them.
Canadians would have a greater
Jove for this glorious Dominion, if
they would take a trip from Halifax to Vancouver.
Tin;: high cost of Jiving has been
reduced in the United States. On*
the first of July the price of postage
was cut down to two cents.
Chain' your passions and you
will make pels and companions of
riham. Turn them loose ancl they
v?iil-cab you and your neighbors.
It in reported -that-owing to  the-
-highprice.of brimstone and cloven
-iiooi-Saliui has-closed up Hell/and
.'gone  to   Kussia-or   Germany  to
spend hi.y .holidays.. -Eh   route  he
.t-toppt-fi a few'hours at- Winnipeg. .
. -    Tjs.1-: wine grape crop. in.-Califor-
' iiia this year is"' worth $12,000,000.
������.'-'If. wine eanriofe-bo legally made   in
that state, the growers will-be corny
... pelled to "make some use",- of   their
crop, or ..bo great -fi.iiaVicia'l.losers.' _-���"*
"'- - . M-L"f.ii of the so-called sin ih'.this
. .v7'brld;is merely an,--excess;'/of-bile,
caused -by-gluttony" and fast eating.
.'.'Many-a'sky. pilot who -shivers at.
- the.sight 'p'f-a! glass'pf beer,; .will'lill
"himself so fiill of coffee and' boiled
'". chicken that his."so.iilVis-.strangled
.'��� before it reach es'half'way.to.Qod.'. .-.'-
c.:'- is -the 'Sout-heriv States" tliis year,
;tlie revenue '-officers . clesti'.oyed "400
'injoonfliiiie stills; and po.ured:27-,-00'0
-g"allon.s- of whiskey into 'the; mountain creeks, making, millions of fish
���.driiirk..~at.Hl causing, tears ..to  wash
"tlie dirt away- froiii- .the -cheeks .of
���many���' ri .j')nre'ho;d   aiid "pop^soaked
hobo. "- *      ���
"TT-niupt he -denary living in  the
i.'n'i'ted   States   these days.     The.
peace*treaty has been signed,   Wil-
s'oa'htfs poine home, and Jess Wil-
'liar-tl is. in tlic difqard.-    The  sriip-
-.* ing ahing tlie. Mexican border, and
. .'-the. oil gushers .in  Texas  i.s  about
'-- all that is:Ieft to  keep the Yanks
- from .dying of ennui.
~_" Ti-ji'i* have changed. Years ago
our neighbors hens laid nine  fresh
-���   Pggs.in our woodshed every  day,
.",\.and up "to finite recently beautiful
roving'cows, mowed   the   grass pn
'ourclaVi),-and.tihglod their bells in
.. bovine j:">y;; ;-!fVh .rne!'; HowCsad the
. v.*orld has-grown';-; .All is silent as
the tomb in our backyard.nbwi ^o
more h^nsginging'grand opera, iio
more geiith1.- rrfiut-il^cows1"dancing
cotillions .or, ih'e.'Shimiiiie: ^.JJife'iii)
this.o/Iiee vvbiilctindeed;.'!><?,, deeply
���'daubed .in ::..ennui.1;:if /_it' '-.veere. -noi
SB-terept-rFetl with^emps^ey .pnhch-'
��� daily:'&yiaToaji'Jiqn\ big:>racl
Amid all the balloonity of high
cost and fiunance, there is one thiqg
that did not waver during the war-
torn years that have slipped over
the dump. Bank depositors have
been kind, and have not charged
the poor banks any more than
three per cent for the use of their
Nearly all the sickness in America is caused by^ating and drinking too much of many things, and
not enough of othere. Combine
your food and drink properly, and
just take enough and the result in
a few weeks will convince the moat
skeptical that great temperance is
absolutely necessary in order to
live a long and heaithy life.
Georgia is the banner moonshine
country of    America.
Thrue is a great deal of delusion
about that propaganda in reference
to the use of light wines. Of all
tho human wrecks who use alcoholic beverages to excess, the wine
bum, or "Wino" as he is called, is
the most'pifeable. F&vf bartenders
care to work in the cheap wine
dumps of the South, owing to their
resemblance to a in ad honse.
The world hae a poor memory
and is short of gratitude. Even
the sacrifices made for flag fcnd
country, upon the blood-soaked
fields in France, by the returned
soldier are soon forgotten by the
great majority of people. Step out
of the spotlight, for a short time,
and you become like a withered
flower, untouched and unnoticed
by life's feverish throng.
An oasis" can be found in almost
any desert. Although surrounded
on all sides, top aud bottom, by
the increasing roar of higher prices
the leading excitement of Greenwood is charging no more for ads
and subscriptions than it did> in
ante-bellum days. In fact it is
charging less, because recently The
Ledge has been doubled in size.
There are many reasons for this extraordinary conduct. One is that
we are too modest to ask for more,
ahd- besides starvation is good, for
our health. Then a friend once
callecLus a humorist, and.we. wish
to prove that ho was right, by refusing to travel in.a H.C.L. Dirigible. No doubt we will receive!
our. reward in heaven,, or San
Diego. "..-���'.' '
In Mexicalli, and Mexican towns
that border on, the United States*
beer is sold at 25 cents a glass, and
.this-price will.be doubled in" case
of an influx of dry Americans.: Last
month:a brewer' from* San "Francisco went^tq, Mexicalli,, itr Baja
-California, Mexico, and -offered."to
give.Governor Gantu; $G '���_a_- barrel.
upon every barrel. of beer that he
brewed. His 'offer; was refused,.
another: company. haying,, got in
ahead of him by giving Cahtu 50
per cent of itsc stock.., Cantu is a
little king in that part of Mexico
and-gets a rake-off .from nearly
everything. His- profit, fromr one
gambling.joint.in Mexicalli is more
than $1,000 a day.
They tried to bury Jolin Barleycorn in the United States this
moiith, but the old, subtle .villain
is only half buried. You can still
see his arms nose ahd legs sticking
out of blind, pigs, moonshine stills
and drug shops. He bas been
driven off the main road, but still
lurks in the back lanes and the
spots that are dim. Old John
reeking with the blood and tears of
millions has been scrotched, bnt he
ia not dead. The touch of gold can
still make him gurgle. While the
greed, of money tortures the soul of
man, the flurid king will, continne
to stalk .through the land. The
only' sure cure for the booze evil is
to. make whiskey as free ,as water.
All other measures are merely half
measures..' -;-   ZZ    "Z- ��� -.���';,-..-.���,:'',���!'���'
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned aud endorsed "Quotation for
Coal, Dominion Buildings, British Columbia," will be received   until   12 O'clock
noon. Tuesday. August 5, 1919. for
the supply of coal for the public buildings
throughout the province of British Columbia.
, Combined specification and form of tender can be obtained from the Purchasing
Agent, Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, and from the caretakers of the
different Dominion Buildings.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made ou the forms supplied by the  De
partnient and in accordance with the conditions set forth therein.
'Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted check on a chartered bank,
payable to the order of the Minister of
Public Works, equal to io per cent of the
amount of tender. War Loau Bonds of
\he Dominion will also be accepted as
security, or War Bonds and cheques if required to make up an odd amount.
B.v order,
'Department of Pulilic Works,
Ottawa, Out., Julv 7,1919.
C LOAT is not a periodic-
" al. It is a book containing 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 Kalamazoo, and graphically depicts the roamings of a
western editor among the
tender-feet in the cent belt.
It contains the early history
of Nelsou and a romance
of the Silver .King mine.
In it are printed three
western poems, and dozens
of articles too numerous
to mention. Send for one
before it is too late. . The
price is 50 centB, postpaid to any part of the
world. Address all let-
ters. to      "   '���
* i?. T. Lowery
+-��� '    -
4��      GREENWOOD, B. 0.
*���  -'sx'-X-'i'
___���__________.   M^M   _______________   _______________   ^______L__fc   ^Bu   _______________    l_____M    ^flU     ftJL   ^flU    ______________
V ��^ ^^ ^^ T^ ^^-V V ^ V ^P V
- E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer.and
Chemist, Box biioS,. Nelsou, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead;or -Copper.
$i each.. Gold-Silver {1.50. Silver-Lead
J&2.60 -Si!ver-L,ead-Zinc $3.00. Charges
for other 'metals, etc., ou application.
PHONE   13
Auto    andc Morse   Stages
Leaver Greenwood   ;Twice
Daily to Meet ipokahe and
droviile trains
Autos for Hire,   the Finest
Turnouts in the Boundary.
Light and Heavy Draying;
Talace   Livery  Aad ?��� Stage
W^   H.   DOCKSTEADER, Ppop.
FRONT ST..      NELSON.     BOX 865
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 Greenwood 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.
hugh McCutcheon.
Deceased, AND IN THE MATTER of the
"Orficlal Administrators' Act,"
TAKE   NOTICE   that by  Order of  HiB
Honour John   R. Brown,  Local Jtulpe of said
Court, made the 10th day of June, A.D. 1919,1
was appointed Administrator to the Estate of
thc said Robert Gillian, Deceased, and all parties having claims ag-aiiist the said Estate are
hereby required to furnish same, proDerly verified, to me on or before the 21st day of Jply,
1919; aud all parties indebted to the said Estate
are required to pay the amount of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated at Greenwood, B.C., this 20th day of
June, 1919.
Official Administrator.
In the Similkameen Land District, Recording
District of Fairview: and situate East of
and adjoining Lot 1028.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Graser,
of Boundary Palls in said District, occupation,
Rancher, intend to aoply  for  permission  to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing- at a post planted at the
South-East corner of Lot 102S; thence North 20
chains; thence East 20 chains; thence South 20
chains; and thence West 20 chains, and containing- 40 acres more or less, the same to bs
utilized for grazing purposes.
Dated at Boundary Falls, B.C., May 30,1919.
(Diversion and Usr.)
TAKE NOTICE tliat John Portmann and
Josephine Portmann whose address is Greenwood, B. C, will apply for a licence to take
and use 2 miner's inches of water out oi a small
un-named stream running through Lot 312 S
which flows southeasterly and disappears into
the ground South of the South line of said Lot
312 S.
The water will be diverted from the stream
at a point about 100 feet South and 400 feet East
of the North-West corner of said Lot 312 S, and
will be used for irrigation purposes upon the
laud described as Lot 312 S in tho Similkameen Division of Yale District.
This, notice was posted on the ground 011
the 11th day of June 1919.
A copy of this notice aud an application pur.'
suant thereto and,to the "Water Act,1914," will
be filed in tlie office of the Water Recorder at
Qralid Forks, B. C.
Objections to the application may be filed
with the said Water Recorder- or with tbe
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Building, Victoria, B. C, within' thirty days
after the first appearance of .this notice iu a
local newsoaper.
The dale of the first publication'of this notice
is June 19th, 1919..       -      ';
..'"-: ',        .Applicants'.-
Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
Minimum price of first-class land
reduced to $5 an acre; second-claas to
12.50 a.n acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
ind 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. '9
' Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make Improvements, to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 y-ears, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per annum and records same each
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as for-
lelture. Title cannot be obtained in
less than 5 years, and improvements
of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
or at least 2 years are required.
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
und residence maintained on Crown
granted land. ^
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be-leased as homesites;
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 of stumpage.
Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made.
\ ACT.
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
trom 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
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26 1918
Taxes are remitted fpr five years
Provision for return of moneys 'accrued, due and been paid since August
4, 1914, on account of. payments, fees
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions
Interest on agreements to purchase
VmV-S; clty lots heId hy members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired
direct or indirect, remitted fromf enlistment to March 31, 1920. '
LANDS,    . "'���
Provision made for Issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchasers 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 bo
made by May 1, 1920..
, Grazing Act 1919 . for '1 systematic
development of livestock.industry provides for grazing 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 manage- '���
- ment. ..Free, or partially free, permits
for settlers, campers or travellers   uu
- to ten head. -.   . X    -
" .   ������ .    ���     f
1. There is no belter time than right now to. buy  that wheel you have hail in
mind.   You- will enjoy better health,  have more time to yourself when
-you ride a wheel   -
It does not cost much to keep a bicycle. That is if you buyjthe right kind-of'
',,--������ .- a bicycle ;    ' ' '-...-,
A Cleveland, or "Red Bird equipped with Duulop tires will last a life lime.,
���". We'sell them, also high grade accessories, lamps, aud everything else, 'in-
' . the. Bicycle and Motorcycle line.
. First class repair work, and our prices, are right.   .
JR. MOOYBOERi   Grand Forks
, Blacksmith" arid'-'bicycle   dealer,   oxy  acetylene    welding,   brazing, and
'...,.' "-,   . all-around repair shop        -..-;���
All Work /Guaranteed  ;-
'-Chevrolet;;;^ Dodge, and Studebaker Carsj
���_  Also Republic and Nationial .Trucks;
acbair. |v
Mother cjry'l/.; '~yX
': :'.Fatber?"nol!yetr-" ;'-
"Sister, undecided;. .'X���
Baby wet. "_;-,
Order ,Now       v
Your Cutting Machinery  -   Binders   -   Mowers
/ .       and Rakes -
We handle the McCormick and Deering   Line
and will be pleased to order repairs   *
for all makes of Machines I
Get our prices on Barb Wire and   Nails.     We cm
save youhmoney on large or small lots.'
Ship us your hides.   We pay cash and remit promptly.
Midway, ^C.
"" JUHMmj-i Ji��|m. Tin"WffM
^ The Consolidated Mining & Smelting. Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers   of  Gold,   Silver,   Copper,   Bluestone,   Pig kend and Spelter
mMMI'J' m-WTrrrr'jr^l**^JMXrlm%*rrmQr^l
THE  Dominion  of  Canada   offers
you   every   safeguard   for   your
investment in Thrift and War" Savings
Stamps.  .
C Your postmaster will register every War Savings
Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or
other cause, you. can still obtain your money; with
, the accumulated interest, at the 'office where the
stamps were registered.
"-:���.'.<   . Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
w'ill-buy'a $4.00'War-Savings-
��� Stamp worth. $5.00   in   1924.   "   ^ .
<n:-;.'i.��h Columbia Division)
'   l^P^A   ���
��%J no-& 6%
Vancouver, 11, C.
;--   First your called by a man who believes that gruflTness and   ������
��� iiiipatienee'bcspeak the real man of business,    From liis..intro-   . ,
ductory "Hello!1 to liis-curt'Good-bye" you've a growing re-
��� 'resentment of'liis manner!"    , "'     .' "- ���   ".
" Then a second call!, This man indeulifies.himself at once;
- '_  " -yentu.ringji 'Jgood li'iorning!'. perhaps.; There's a-nole of-geni- - . ���'
'.- ally' in his voice. .-Without overdoing it; he seeirfs to hold out' .-
,-��� hishaud to you; ���'"'- ;,"',"'*'     ,���     " .        '.������ '".."   '..,   .     '������    "���' ..
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