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Array *>..  j(p*  \<mti**r**i  <t\fi  -���������   '<f       .. J?re<vrh.cial LibrAg^'      apl 21  *      "%r ��������� \ "i .",* ,tS .     ���������*  v /    *'S������  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920  No. 16  No Flower Show  Too Few Entries  At the Women's Institute meeting  on Friday afternoon it was decided  that the proposed flower show in July  should not be held, sufficient entries  had not been sent in to warranty the  holding of the show. The uanee given  by the Erickson and Canyon City  members on June 3rd at the Parish  Hall was a great success, Mrs. F. V.  Staples turning in $27 to the institute  treasurer, which will help swell the  funds reqnired for the forthcoming  conference. As a further way of  making money the Institute members  are serving a 50c. dinner in Speers'  Hall on Sports' Day. June 25th, which  will, no doubt, be" much appreciated  by those from out of tewn who will be  here for the celebration. At a meeting of the directors and committee on  Tuesday it was decided to cancel the  50c, dinner and instead serve the sup-  r>er at the dance the same eyening.  The change is due to receiving a letter  from Mr. Foreman which had not  course to hand at Friday's iijeetiupf.  Mrs. McLachlan, secretary of B.C.  Women's Institutes, a woman who is  yery much to the fore in all matters  appertaining to public health and district nursing, and also an excellent  speaker, wftl address a public meeting  in Speers1 Mali on Saturdry, June 26th,  when it is hoped there wiii be a large  attendance of members and friends���������  both women and Men. The Health  Committee, to which the various or  ganizations in the Valley have been  asked to name a member, has not yet  been formed, so far only Christ Church  Ladies' Guild and the Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid haye sentrin the names of  their representatives. As soon as the  other uames are forwardrd to the sec  retary the committee can get to work  and determine what are the prospects  for having a district nurse here.  Mrs. Morgan Long read a useful and  interesting paper on bulbs, after  ���������which Mesdames Dow, Hayes and  Garland served tea, and the customary  collection netted $4.65.  Miss Jewel Carmen in "The Girl  with the Champagne Eyes" has been  booked as the feature film at the  Peekin on Wednesday next, June  23rd. On Saturday, June 26th, patrons will have a return visit from  Hadda Nova in "The Spitfire of Seville."    Miss Nova will be recalled as  appearing  Clouds."  previously  in ���������\-a.oove tne  West Oreston  Creston disposed of Wynndel handi  ly in the baseball match on Sund-i."**"*"* *  afternoon, the score being 8 to 1 at the  end of six innings, which is all that  could be played owing to the late ar-  riyal of the Creston team on the field,  and the yisitors having to catch the  afternoon train home. For the celebration on Friday next the committee  in charge has decided that the late  arrival of either team will forfeit the  game to the on-time club.  In response to many enquiries as to  who are the regularly appointed registrars of voters in this section, R.  Hewat, the man at the head of registration has supplied The Reyiew with  the following names: Guy Constable,  Dr. Henderson, Mrs. .uowns, Mrs. Jtr.  H. Jackson, and G. M. Benny. These  are well sunr>lied with the necessai"17  papers, and it is well to remember  that the old lists have been abolished  and that you must re-register before  July 15th, or go without a yote on the  forthcoming Hquor referendum.  iU6  iiGillc OL   JXM.V.   ISSiU.    XSXVS.    VV.   ������1.   JL.  Smith, near .Porthiil, was the scene of  a quiet but pretty wedding on Thursday of last week, when their daughter,  Miss Dorothy Ada, was united in marriage with Richard Stace Smith of  Creston. Rev. T. D. McClintock of Nelson performing the ceremony in the  presence of a small company of invited  guests. The bride was given away by  her father, and was attended by Miss  Nellie Anderson' while the groom was  assisted by Wilfrid Smith. A sump-  tuor.s wedding dinner followed the  ceremony, and the many useful and  ornamental presents received was  tangible evidence of the popularity of  the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs.  Smith will reside at Kitchener for the  present and the best wishes of a host  of friends for a long and happy wedded life are extended.  Geo. Seymour .and Jack Smith are  at work extending the Corn, Creek  trail to Boundary Lake for the forestry department.  Jos. Stephens has his horse stump  puller in operation and reports it  working excellently ���������  Fi Ki H,.irrv. who is in char-^e of the  ferry, left this week for Soap Lake,  Wash., where he is taking the baths  for his rheumatism.  Geo. Seymour, who   purchased   the  Burnett Bros, ranch about a year ago,  and has already 30 acres of it fenced  has let a contract to clear another fiye  acres to Jos, Stephens.  When the hot weather comes look  out for the high water. People who  have been up Corn Creek trail as late  as last week report ice and snow still  in evidence.  Fishery inspector, C. W. Robinson  of Nelson paid Corn Creek and Summit Creeks an official visit last week.  He did not seem to be icipi-essed with  the idea of establishing a close season  on those streams.  Local and Personal  Miss Alice Embree, who has spent  the p-ws^too-o*^ withffti-PJids.in'Ttail  returned"ton Saturday.. "  Take a day off before the long  busiest season starts.  Join the Crowd at  Valley'  Oreston vaiiey s gig  Get-Together Day  John Hobden left on Tuesday on a  bnsiness trip to Spokan.  Mrs. Olson of Waldo, is a Creston  visitor at present, with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. W. Morrow.  Fob Sale���������Farm wagon, double  box, spring seat, whiffle trees and neck-  yoke, all in good order, $65. Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop. *-*  Al. Hendren is a visitor at Nelson  this week, for the 1920 session of the  B.C. Masonic grand lodge. K. J.  Long, W.M., is also in attendance.  R.E. Beattie of Cranbrook was here  the latter part of the week taking a  look oyer operations on the firm's  new store next the Mercantile Co.,  which they expect to be occupying before the end of the month.  H. Balmont of "the .Universal Film'  Co., Calgary, Alta., was a business  visitor here" this week, and during his  stay booked the order for the full  equipment of the new Peekin moving  picture theatre, which is now in  course of election.  D. W. Briggs, president of the Canyon City Lumber Co., of Portland, is  a business visitor here this week. By  operating night and day the firm's  caterpillar engine is managing to  handle a haul of logs sufficient to keep  the mill running steady.  Vice-principal Pearce last week  moved into the new cottage he has  erected on Hillside road, next to the  Cherrington home. The Fulljames  house thus vacated on Gurd Aye., is  now occupied by K. B. Downs, who  has moved in from the ranch.  Rey. P. C. Hay man, who up till  about six years ago was in charge of  Christ Church, and since then located  at Grand Forks, went through on Sunday, on a holiday trip to the Old  Country. There was quite a turnout  of former pamishoners to see him during the train stop here.  There is iuite a lively demand locally for pianos. During the month S.  G. Foreman  reports  the sale of New  -**���������*���������*. -T-.T.1 ....        ..     ������ A_ ������ .. ^       -|-       "V*CT  uCrtie    VV liiicLiil.S    lUStx-tULiecMv'o   m   u.    t������.  Hamilton and the new Peekin theatre.  Mr. Foreman asks us to remind the  public that he has no connection whatever with the Willia piano firm.  In Sneer Hall, on Saturday. June  26th, at 8.30 p.m., a. meeting will I e  addressed by Mrs. V. S- MacLachlan  of Victoria, a member of the provincial executive of the National Council  of Women of Canada, on the subject  of a public health-nurse. Everybody  ���������both men and women���������invited,  F.  the  i.i  Foster arrived the latter part of  week    from    Calgary,   Alta., has  v.jx.  wl-vrtdtrl     iw    -Full  ,f  Hi  at  CRESTON  Something worth while Morning, Afternoon and Night.  10 a.m.���������Junior Baseball.  11 a.m.���������Football Match  Lister vs. Creston.  T.00 p.m.'���������Decorated Auto Parade  to Fair (m-oiukIh.  1.30 p.m.���������Rnnnin-u; Races, Jumping, -&c.  2.00 p.m.���������Senior Baseball Match.  3.30 p.m.���������Atblecic Events, Indian  n:u! Squaw Rriccn.  '1.30 p.m.���������Cliampionsbip Baseball  Match.  To bo Fallowed by the Horse Races  on Oiin.yon Sti-opt.  7.30 & -0.30���������Moving Picture Shows  0.00���������Dance in Mercantile Hall.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Long, who recently sold their property in Creston, haye  this week moved onto their ranch on  the Lister road, on which Mr. Long  hiis lately erected quite a comfortable  bungalow.  Another newcomer to the district is  Mr. and Mrs. Plunkett of Cranbrook,  who have just moved onto the John  Huscroft piace, vacated some time ago  by Mr. Hodge.  Phonse Hnygens is filiing in a little  spare time while awaiting the strawberries corning in by hauling wood to  customers in Oreston���������orders that  could not be filleel last winter owing  to no sleighing.  Mrs. Sullivan (nee Violet Chambers)  of Cranbrook is spending a short holiday here with friends, the guest of her  father. R. J. Chambers.  Bert Hare of Creston is here at present in charge of the Company store  during the absence of Fred Waylett  at Winnipeg.  Miss Corbett, teacher of the senior  room of the public school, has been on  the sick list for a few days, necessitating the closing down of her room.  At leass six pupils from here will be  at Creston Cor the Entrance examinations next week. They aro Gertie  Speaker. Annie McRobb, Kathleen  Clayton, Norma Cavyer, Jeffrey Knott  and Elmer Chambers.  is  li.������ tnr.it  pair department at the R. S. Bevan  garage. He is an experiences! auto  mechanic and customers are thus assured of a continuance of the excellent  service this garage always affords.  There has heen quite a number of  new phones installed within the past  month,, particularly in Alice Siding  section, where instruments have been  placed in the residences of W. Simister. R. Stewart, M. Churchill, and  Mis. Cockerill. At Wynndel H.ltos-.  endale has the plidhe in Hishouse, arid  instruments are also now located at  the Butterfield and Wynndel Mercantile Co. stores���������the latter a public pay  phone.   PUBLIC  S". B  -7A-.  inE������ ������ INU  To be addressed by  , W. J. Bowser  Leader of the Opposition in tlie  Provincial Legislature  Mercantile Hell  Erickson  EIGHT  PROMPT.  A, L. McCullough. the Nelson surveyor, was here over the week-end,  making the plans for the diversion  reservoir of the local irrigation system. The lumber has been ordered  for it and construction will be under  way at once.  At the. rate of progress on the new  bridge it looks safe to predict that it  will be ready for traffic by July 1st.  The false work has now been all rein oyed.  Under    the    auspices   *of   Crestor.  Valley Conservative Association.  ALL ARE INVITED!  GOD SAVE THE KING!  Out worms and other troubles have  taken about-5000 of Dong Barney's  tomato plants and he will replant the  area killed out to spuds.  Miss Stella McKelyey, who has been  at the Oregon state ladies college at  Coryallis since September, got home  on Saturday for a three month's vacation, after successfully completing the  lirst year course.  It. J. Long is spending a few days in  Nelson this week attending the sessions of Masonic grand lodge.  Mr. and Mrs. fulfryinan and family  and Miss Cotteril of Chninplain, III.*,  arrived on Thursday lust on a visit te>  Mrs. C. Cotterill, and are ho well taken  with the Valley that it is more than  likely they will remain  permanently.  Whole Day Sports  Fridav. June 25  m/   ji     ���������   ���������~ ���������- -���������  The committee in charge of the Get-  Together Day celebration on Friday  next put the finishing touches on the  day's programme of events at a meeting on Tuesday night, and if the  weather man delivers the brand of  climate that has been spoken for for  the 25th certainly the Creston Valley  is due to have the biggest day's sport  that has eyer been proyided. The day  as mapped out by the committee will  have something moying from 10 a.m.  until long past midnight for those  who dance, and till well well on in the  evening for those who round off the  day with a visit to the moving pictures, and for whose accomodation  two shows will be run, the first at 7.30  and the second at 9.30.  Proceedings will open at 10 o'clock  with a junior baseball match between  the   Boy Scouts   and   Public   School  roonic A f-  11   tK-oro    \������?ill  V������<*������    o    frtnt V***-"*** 11  ���������������������������"���������w -+*L0*txJm m.j*.0j   -������..������     \j~~--0~. Tmd        tt  a-k-a    mxv     ���������**���������*���������*     x. --rt^ 17V#** ���������**���������*.*������  match between Lister and Creston,  which promises to be a keen one as  Lister has a lot of splendid material  and S. G. Foreman is handpicking the  Creston aggregation in order to furnish a battle royal.  At 1 p.m. there will be a decorated  auto parade, with a prize of $10 offered for the best decorated car, and  there is promise of a good field of entries. After this the big list of races,  jumping, logers' competitions. Indian  and squaw races and contests, etc.  These will be in front of the grand  stand and the grounds will be specially  prepared for the occasion under the  supervision of R. S. Bevan.  At 2 p.m. the first of the two baseball matches will start. There are  three teams entered, Porthiil. Wynndel and Creston. The draw for these  games will be on Sunday, when representatives of the clubs interested will  be in town. The winner of the first  game will play the team drawing the  bye_ not later than 4.30 p.m. Seven  inning games will be the rule, and  this should see the baseball over in  good time for the horse races which  will be run on Canyon street at the  close of the day.  Beattie-Oatway, Ltd., were the  highest bidders for the refreshment  privileges.^ ^Tlfey- hare sub-let the  right to serye meals* etc. to a ladies'  organization, which ensures that there  will be an abundance of refreshments  of all sorts w;ell served, and those staying oyer for the theatre and dance  will have no trouble securing supper���������  or dinner.  Manager Rodgers is offering "The  Master Crook" and a three-real side  splitter comedy by Charlie Chaplin,  "Shoulder Arms," a two-hour show  that could hardly be beat at popular  pri-ees. Creston orchestra will furnish  music for the dance which is in Mercantile Hall at 9 o'clock prompt, and  at which the Women's Institute will  serve supper.  Those in charge of the various committees are: Football. S. G. Foreman.  Baseball, R. B. Staples. Grounds, R.  S. Beyan. Horse races, Geo. Johnson.  Finance, C. W. Allen. C. F. Hayes.  Races, etc.. Major Mallandaine, C. B.  Garland.  Cranbrook's four churches claim to  have promises of $15,000 in connection with the recent Forward movement effort. The Methodists nn<t  Presbyterians account for $5000 each.  SPECIAL  EDMUND BREESE  I**  S  1  1  -. i. 111 i' H  .     1  rlllll  It      /������  .LLLr k . LL-  In order to vote on the forthcoming Prohibition Plebiscite  and in Provincial or Dominion General Elections  YOU MUST REGISTER  in  All previous Lists of Voters havo been cancelled.    The fact that  on the list hist year does not count.    Neither can you vole as a  without registering.  your name was  property owner  iliiliCUio   U i  all sorlson sale on tin  ground;  ADiYUSKiON  c:'llll'il)lt.KN  KUKK.  ���������MAKE YOUR DECLARATION NOW  before the .Registrar  or an Election Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, Magistrate  Postmaster, Const able, or before ollicials at any Government Oilice.  ADiJi/rs-TuKwiiibo h������m to ou iRegistration Closes on July 15th Next*    Register To-Dav!  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"My baby  brother  had eczema
which began when he was  about
2p**v     four days old.    It came
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a rash, and he was covered.    He was so cross
that be could cot -Sleep,
and he cried.
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Cuticura. Ithelped him, so we bought
more, and he was all healed after we
had used two cakes of Soap and two
boxes of Ointment." (Signed) Miss
Altneda Williams, Youngs Cove,
N. B., May 22,1918.
Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
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'Cuticura Soap shoves without must.
I its  whole n*anner   bespoke   cringing
i shame and contrition.
the wild ducks had sprung" to wing
and were sweeping towards their rush
The nir*.n turned slowly and let his j retreat. The man divined the cause
eyes rest upon thc lynx. There was i of the disturbance and 'urned -with a
no harshness or disapproval in the frown to find a big grey fox hungrily
look; only reproach. At the glance ' watching thc retreating birds, her fa-
the animal's big eyes  slowly  shifted * mily of five half-grown puppies squat-
and the purr became fainter.
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"Drop it, Lulu," hc ordered in a ��� her
low voice. The lynx relaxed her hold ���
on the bird with a cry that was half
a snarl, half a whimper, sank to the
ground. The partridge, happily a bird
capable of withstanding much mauling, fluttered away a "few paces and
hopped on a log, where it sat swaying giddily for a moment, before taking flight. The amber eyes of the big
cat followed it hungrily and the sinews of her forelegs twitched ominously, but at a low spoken word from
the man she grovelled down again
and lay with round head between
paws, blinking up at him.
The woodsman stepped over beside
her and bending down patted her grey
sides. Immediately she broke into a
joyous purring and turning over on
her back lifted -all four paws in the
air. The man laughed and grabbing
her roughly by the throat shook her
from side to  side.    She snarled and
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(To  bc  continued.)
Development o�� Abandoned Farms
The Western Michigan Development Bureau, a semi-official organization, launched a campaign to
bring into production a part of Michigan's 18,000 abandoned farms. In cooperation with real estate firms and
employment agencies, the plan calls
for recruiting surplus labor in industrial centres and the placing of these
men on fully-equipped farms.
SHORT OF BREATH
Could Hardly Walk
Without Resting.
When you go to a physician to be
examined  for any heart trouble, one
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spit  and tapped  the--face  above  her  of the first questions he asks is: "Ar
own with great soft paws.   She grab-p0" short, of breath?"
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CHAPTER I.
Tardily the cloud gates, far cast
ward, opened to a new-bom day;
liquid glories licked the tree-spiked
horizon. A misty sheen of orange
and purple drifted across iake und
Forest and wiped the last sombre
shadows from the mystery-enshrouded world.
Throughout the greening lis^es wild
life awoke and to thc music of God's
wind-played organ ascended thc chanted thanks of His wild creatures.
Standing on thc shore of the lake,
a young man watched the wondrous
streamers transform his solitude. Upon his bronzed face the morning sunlight lingered, and in his dark, widest: t c>e5 rested a deep perplexity born
of the dumb groping for thc solution
of what was still to him a mystery.
Linked to the wild, lie was its worshipper, but one who could read the
Lord's prayer in tlie lighting skies.
In the fa
a  smile   of
glow that dawned like
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bed his hand in her mouth and champed it gently with her teeth.    Then, as
though fearing she had hurt him, she
i licked it with her rough tongue.
Hc gave her a parting shake and
stood up. The lynx yawned, showing
a huge red cavity spiked with long
glistening teeth, and rolled over and
over on a bed of newly shooting catnip; but as a bunch of dappled feathers, torn from thc released partridge,
came skimming along the sward, she
gave a hissing snarl and struck at
them viciously, her long claws leaving
little black furrows on the face of thc
sod. Then she sa-t up moodily, and
in the greenish-yellow eyes raised to
the accusing ones of her master there
lurked a gleam of rebellion.
"Lulu, I'm ashamed of you,'*' said
the man, sternly. "Go home to your
kittens."
Her eyes shifted and she half turned towards the path leading from the
lake's edge, through thc tangle of tamaracks, pausing to casi a look back
ovcr her shoulder at him. Her lips
were drawn back from her white
teeth, her short stub of a tail was
lashing angrily. The man took a step
towards her, and with a growl she
turned and bounded away into the
woods.
With a shrug hc picked up a cake
of soap and towel from the rock and
turned towards the path.
Thc variegated tints  of  dawn  had
melted into a dome of blue and gold
and the morning winds were wrinkling thc fi.ee of the lake into millions
of  tiny waves.       Close in along  the
shore, among the greening rushes, a
fleck of wood ducks were feeding clamorously,   darting  and  cross-tagging
and diving after thc manner of their
kind.   The man paused for a moment
to watch" them.    One gorgeous little
drake,  fluttering  up  above  the  reeds
thr bettor to display his glorious plu-
r**,arre to the dapper little duck hc had
��e-i(.*:*.ic.;i for hi.-, mate, caught sight of
"iiiin  r.: d  gave a little  quacking note
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T|V:    nr. iv.crcel   it, and immediately
:������'���>- whole  flock of ducks came spat-
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������..-���-In,-*", hail' r.-.visnniip.}*', half flying, to-'
v-..'*'h* hiiv. They se.f.led close in ihe
'������pr ],cfi.ivr him in a half circle,
f-rpi:������������,*,���kin?', dodging, diving and clam-
*,r'**i'.:  for  fojel.       Tie  drew  from  the
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palpitation, throbbing, irregular beat-
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Could there bc a more vivid example of professional honor than that of
the French doctor who continued on
his way to the bedside of a seriously
sick patient "after he had been overtaken with thc news that his son had
met with a most distressing accident?
Thc pathos of the incident is heightened by the fact that the father learned on his return that thc boy had died
in his absence.���Providence Journal.
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coupled with heavy costs for building
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;i::'*sas**rai'ir^,a*.e-ai3g^^ TELE     REVIEW,     CKESTOK,  B.  a  YOUR.good intentions don't pay the grocers' S  bills.   Your family has to live even if you ~~  don't.    Secure a Monthly Income Policy ������������  now.    Write for pamphlet to-day. ������������  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. |  Winnipeg,   Regina,   Saskatoon,   Edmonton,   Calgary,  Vancouver. ������������������������  (Agents/Wanted in Unrepresented Districts) s  K~.epyourshoes n&af  LIQUIDS.and PAST������,  ^reUCM,WHITE,TAN.DARK BROWN  OR OX-BLOOD SHOES  PRESERVE the LEATHER  ���������ngEr.PAU.tY coapowi-nom e.Tf.,nmn.TOM.e***i*pA  unskilled Workers  Are Well Paid  Acianea s Pioneer  Dog Remedies  BOOK   ON  DOG    DISEASES  ���������and How  to  Feed  Mailed     Free    to    any  Address   by   the  Author  H.   CLAY   GT.OVER  CO.,   INC.,  tig    West    31st-street,  "M"e-*7  Yer!:.  U.S.A  Sugar Plantation Workers in Honolulu Get Big Bonus  With sugar selling at 19.50 cents a  pound, the monthly bonus rate which  is being* paid to sugar plantation laborers in Hawaii amounts to 345 percent of the wage rate, or a daily wage  rate of $3.42 for the lowest paid unskilled laborer. In other words the  laborer who receives a basic wage of  $20 a month is now being paid $69  a month, the $21 man is being paid  $79.34, and the $24 man is being paid  $84. If sugar goes to 20 cents, the  lowest paid unskilled laborer will receive $71 in wages and bonus. Under  thc Hawaiian plan, the laborer is paid  his wages and 75 percent of hi3 bonus each month, the remaining 25 percent of the bonus being retained for  him until the end of the bonus year.  Huge Irrigation Projects  Trri-  ���������wTrHOTri" T>rm"E "niAxm wealth TSTMPOssmr."*  BLOOD  MEDICINE.  BBAJ1I AND  NERVE FOOD  Trial Bottlo either tJemeily St., leading Chemists oi*  yetarzoBemcdlegCo.vGospel Oak. N.VV.f>. Umdiin. Hug.  _     HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  Oft.LE GL������RC'Sl!ver"k������dmeys  lovalunhlis tov dlseasos of these important orerans.  Gravel. I'alns in the Back, Gout, KhenimMisro 1'r'ct  Ss., loading Chemists en- Dr 1.13 CLKItC MED. CO,  HlVBBSTOCK UDm N.W.5. LONDON   ENGLAND-  "Ore Soul of a. Piano Is  ts*.-. Action     insist upon  Catarrh Cannot be Cured  by LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can-  not0 reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is  a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh. It is taken internally ared acts t!irO'.<;jh th? Blpoei on the  Mucous Surfaces of the system. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is composed o������ some  of the best tonics known, combined with  some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect  combination of the ingredients in HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is what produces  such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions.  Druggists 75c.    Testimonials free.  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.  a. f*tnm0-v���������t-  em.XL0 Jr. aar���������e-AXTt~r  More  Land Is Brought Under  gation in Alberta  Another large area of land in southern Alberta has been brought'' under  irrigation during the last few days  when water was turned into the main  ditch of the Canada Land and Irrigation company, east of the Little Bow  Reservoir, for irrigating what is  known as the Vauxhall district, where  5,000 acres of land purchased by settlers from the United States, will be  put into crop this year. The water  will be ready for use on the farms.  Water was turned into the main  ditch from the Bow river intake, 40  miles east of Calgary, a year ago last  fall, and since then the huge reservoir  in the Snake Valley, known as Lake  McGregor, which is nine miles long  and holds enough water to run the  entire project for a year, has been  filled. Some weeks ago, water was  turned from this reservoir into the  main ditch to thc east, and the reservoir at Little Bow, -which holds  enough for a month's operations, was  filled. Now the water has been  turned out into the ditches from this  reservoir.  The turning of the water hrro the  ditches marks the successful culmination of an engineering project which  has been in course of development for  a number of years.   It is ten years or  ft-i rwm.     r^i-n /������ m     -i-I-i ���������*������������������������     *xrr* . f*r*������    tir-n 0     ���������Ht-of-     -h-m _  dertaken, and since then it has been  through various reorganizations and  changes, until it culminated in the  amal-^ama^ion ���������"*-������ three distinct corn-  panies into the Canada Land and Irrigation company. The main ditch of  the project is 175 miles long, and from  this it is ultimately planned to irrigate 220,000 acres of land.  On The Farm  means tlie same attractive styles���������the same easy comfort���������tha  same sound economy���������that Fleet Foot means in the city.  Have two or three pairs Qf Fleet Foot���������brown ones for work about  the farm���������white ones when work is over and pleasure begins.  You can have several pairs of Fleet Foot for the price of one pair  of leather shoes.  There are styles and sizes for men, women  and children���������for week-day and Sunday���������  for work and holiday time.  Ask your dealer for Fleet Foot  42  Good Prospects in  Irrigation Block  A Link With the Past  A Perfect Antidote  Two rich girls have been arrested  in New York stores during the past  week on thc charge of shop-lifting.  In each case their lawyers claim they  vcrc the victims of aphasia. It seems  they walked into the stores, looked  around and suddenly the world became blank. They did not come back  to their normal senses until detectives  tapped them on the shoulder and said  they were under arrest. It seems a  good detective is an absolutely perfect antidote for aphasia.���������New York  Correspondent.  Platinum in rare cases has been  found in pieces weighing as much as  ten pounds.  Old-timer at Edmonton Recalls Stirring Life of Early Days  To be  seized   and   dragged    from  your horse by a party of Indians on  the warpath; be tied to the stump of  a tree and havc brush piled    about  your feet, amid thc jeers of the pointed savages, and, just as the brush was  fired, to be rescued by your companions who had heard your screafns.���������  Did it ever happen  to you, even in  your dreams?    Yet this is only one  of thc experiences that are milestones  in the history of one of Edmonton's  oldest citizens.   Tlesphore Alexander  Blair. Born 89 years ago on thc banks  of the St. Lawrence, "Daddy Blair,"  as hc is known, is spending thc evening of his eventful life in the Alberta  capital,  living  again   in   his   tales   of  the past his adventures in the days  when the west was "West," when as  frontier    mail-carrier,    scout,    hunter  and  trapper,  on  foot and  on  pony-  pack, he travelled the prairie and the  northland  from  B.   C.  to  Manitoba,  aud from "the Yukon to the Dakotas.  Probably no living man has made a  longer mileage in thc west, or all ovcr  thc world,  than   this  French-Canadian    old-timei,    now    janitor of a  "mission" in Edmonton.  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  -r-t-L..-    "Vr.ri    *f.T r-J-^rx~-    1'���������  5.15     J.J.UU     J.1 ���������-. tX-4.*-U     XL.  Airs. Bigbrow.���������I admire your husband so much. Hc has such a logical  mind.  Mrs. Tun twist.��������� Yes, he's terrible  logical. He's got a different lodge  for every night in the week.  NEURALGIA AND SCIATICA  MONEY ORDERS  Remit by  Dominion  Express  Money  Order.  If  lost  or  stolen,  vou  get  vour  money  back.  appy  and Girls  SS your child healthy? Is  he or she up to standard weight, of good color,  with plenty of rich, red  blood to nourish the growing tissues?.  For children who iwo. thin*  pale, anaemic, under weight,  -nervous, restless, sleepless- Dr.  .-������*. V      TV TT       .     1       '-.        - -II      4-1. rx  tyjliiX&tiii i.\ *-*i.   V C"      X'OOU      ixJ      V.*.       LixXLd  flfroatcst benefit imaginable.  r  Being mild -niul gentle in ac-  iiioii- aad "y'ol wonderfully i>r;J-  ���������enfc as a restorative, it soon  inakca the blood rich end builds  'Minard's  liniment Co., Limited.  Gents, ��������� I have used your MINARD'S LINIMENT in my family and  stables for ycars and consider it thc  best medicine obtainable.  Yours  truly,  ALFRED ROCHAV.  i'l'i'-inetoi'  R ox ton   Pond  Hotel  and  Livcrv   Stables.  Mimic by Long  Distance Wireless  CO CfM-tf* !t  l*f**er, ���������'  l***r  iildntai.Hoii,   r.ut.'U   &  V- 7cl, rell <1* ������W������, or  Co.,   I.tel.,   Toronto.  i pi ���������ri .... ~.0,.t~���������.0*00,00,010.1.01:11 immtmatiir-^���������jL%9IWnlllmJk  XH'xmtllMBU4^~,KBi'XMHmmM^I'������Lyt4^T*9������J^m  ^rmm   *P**^|     f^m-r~X    \m^0^~mw  ~*m\\^4~^a0Wfam\-^^mtjff, ^mmW ra-0r^^m%,      mftkvm}^,        |P-M*W' 1  0 3J3M.mit!^  Remarkable Experiment Successfully  Carried Out By Wireless  rjv,*_.  .        .  0. y ly^J..LJ..y���������  J\.    large    atulicncie at the Chateau  Lauricr assembly hall heard perfectly  a    gramophone    playing in Montreal  ��������� -   i   .  i - -     eej        T .  r . .. ���������    ,,;,    ,   -       ,,     .  ....u   ...-.j    ..nl...,   l.iuiun   ^luglU*.,'   .Ie    wial  city ovcr one hundred miles away by  means of wireless telephone. It was  *.i. i .*.i**.*cu by Dr. A. S. Eve, in con-  iu.ci.iuii wilii un auui cnu ou dome  iMe;,; war itiv''lilionn, be-fore* \\\c Royal Society of Canada. The experiment took place at nine o'clock and  by iiie;;.r..*i of a Ma^na. Vok thc voice  i of tlift distant ���������'inr-rr wan qult������ rils-  I Mne-tly heard  in nil t������nrt������ of thr liall.  Caused by Starved Nerves   Due To  Weak, Watery Blood  People generally think of neuralgia  as   a  pain   in   the  head or  face,  but  neuralgia may affect any nerve of the  body.    Different names are given  to  it   when   it   affects    certain    nerves.  Thus neuralgia of the Sciatic nerve is  called  Sciatica, but  the character of  the pain and the nature of the disease  is thc same.    The cause is the same,  and the remedy, to be effective, must  be the same.    The pain of neuralgia,  whether it takes the form of Sciatica  or whether it affects  the face     and  head, is caused   by    starved    nerves.  The blood, which    normally    carries  nourishment to the nerves, for some  reason no longer docs so and the ex-  crutiating pain you feel is thc cry of  the starved nerves for food.   The reason why  the blood fails to properly  nourish the nerves is usually because  the blood itself is weak and thin.  When you build up the thin blood  with Dr. Williams Pjnk Pills, you are  attacking neuralgia, sciatica and kindred diseases at the root. As proof  of thc value of these pills in cases of  this kind wc give the statement of  Mrs. Thomas McGuirc, North Maiden, Ont., who <-ays: "1 have been a  severe sufferer from sciatica, which  attacked the sciatic nerve in thc left  leg. At times the pain was most cx-  crutiating and as a result of tlie trouble there was a distinct shrivelling of  the leg. 1 could only hobble about by  using a cane, and if 1 attempted to  walk to the fields 1 would have to sit  down e-very little whilu to ease Uie.  -������������������vn.-ey ] foit. T was nnelcr incdical  JLi'i-aliiieiit, but as there war. no improvement shown, I was getting very  despondent, as the trouble was affecting my general health. Finally n  friend advised me* lo try Dr. Williams  I'ink Pills and I decided to do so. 1  lock the pills faithfully for several  niui'lh'., finding a gradual and increasing improvement in my ease, until finally every vestige of tlie trouble bad  gone:, and I v.'"*.: again enjoying tlir  blessing of good beallli and freedom  from pain. What Dr. Williams Pink  Pills did for mc ���������'������������������ems almost a miracle and I hope that my experience  itt..y   ijciiC.it  '.CrT.i"   ..ri.'.ci'  : vi.lilve..'.  If you are suffering from any ailment due to weak blond avail yourself at once of the splendid home  treatment which \)r. Williams i'ink  1'illa so cinUy ailoiu, ami you wiii  lie among tho:*c who rejeiice in regained health. 'I'heae _pills are sold  by all e!e*:il������*i������ in nie-dinnc, cr may hc  had by mail at SO cents a box or  ���������six boxes for $2.50 by vviiting The  Dr. Willi.niit. Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Swedish Colony on Bow Slope Are  jri"05pci*iilg  A few miles south of Brooks, in the  eastern section of the Canadian Pacific Railway's Irrigation projeqt in  southern Alberta, a very productive  district has sprung up during the last  two or three years. This district lies  to the north of the Bow River on  W'hat is known as thc Bow Slope, and  has been found especially suited to  irrigation.  In one of the best parts of the Bow-  Slope is the Swedish colony of Upland, which was established in 1918  and which now has a population of  about 300 people and an area close to  8,500 acres under crop. In 1918 the  acreage under crop was 600, in 1919  2,200 acres were cropped and this  year an authoritative source states  that 8,362 acres of land has been seeded.  The Bow*" Slope produced heavy  crops last year and the settlers there  look for heavy production in 1920, as  conditions are in every way a great  deal more favorable. About 4,000"  acres of thc total area in crop is being seeded to flax, it having proved a  splendid crop, especially on new broken land. Last year as high as 23  bushels to the acre was raised on Bow-  Slope farms. As the land is getting  in better shape, alfalfa is being planted, and already about 200 acres are  under that seed, made up of small  plots on various farms.  Throughout the whole irrigation  block, moisture conditions are excellent,, and a great deal of breaking i.s  being done. Many farmers have been  working night and day, both to get in  all thc wheat possible and "to prepare  new land for crop. On the farms of  thc Duke of Sutherland work has  been done in two shifts and wheat  seeding is now completed with two  thousand acres m^crop.  Notwithstanding there is sufficient  moisture everywhere for rapid germination, preparations for irrigating arc  being made and every possible minute is being taken advantage of to  get the ditches in shape and ready for  the water which is cv.pecicd lo be  turned ou within thc next week, or,  at thc very latest, by the first of June.  I advise tfce purchase,  and am making a  cn������rial���������**���������(?   of  VICTORY BONDS  and am prepared,  at any time,  to buy or  sell  large  or  small  lots.  J.   B.   MARTIN,  Member Winnipeg* Stock Exchange  232   CURRY   BLDQ.       -       WINNIPEG  &&0k9g CoffdfS Roof Compound  A safe, reliable repulativ-g  medicine. Bold in three degrees of Btrenstri���������No. I, $i;  No._ 3. $3; Ko. 3, $6 per box.  THE COOK MEDICINE CO.*  T0R0HTC. 0HT. {Urmttlj Mifor.)  A Problem  Applicant.���������What I want is a bed-  sitting-room for a gentleman abou!  24 feet long by 12 feet wide.  Agent's Clerk.��������� You'll have great  difficulty, sir. I could scarcely find  onc, and I'm only five-foot four.  Kfcep Minard's Liniment in the house  Divorce and domestic infelicity are  virtually unknown among the Esquimaux.  Strong Women  Bv. D*. Vatckntine Mott.  Bought Brother's Watch From Hun  A remarkable incident connected  with the war has occurred at routes-  bury, a Shropshire village. A German, hawking wateln-p, sold one to a  man named Sankcy, who was surprised on opening it tei finel his brother's  name inscribed therein. He bought  the watch after considerable bargaining.  The  brother  who  lived at  Pontes-  bury, served in  the Scots Guards and  .....0    !��������� ".Ur-r-r-l    <������.    I'riii r i������    in    101't  ii c-i ttnppiNM ,-,1  \-A m.   t'������"V ���������J*. im'-lA Sn eu.V-t.iV  i-*-*** -!*"**-'��������� ^.Ti^.,'-^,-if*!*? L"������2?,--LX*, <r��������� m. T.^���������.  WlVi^'^|-Mlrilll^r������rrMUi .w������.,r*...ri>i..������.r.������������ri'��������� rr^-  Ht'V-^ar   ".JixS    imm-dS m-m  '  :., .I."!*-*-**-,*-.* *,-;f-i.i*.. ,.*.. *%'  N.  U,      Lilt*  America getc  more  thsn  o:;c  | of it*������ K--H--M i>Oiu X'cuiuylveiiiiu.  il.:  -<'-*.  Presence of Mind  C .  . t T"              .. 1 ..-,., ���������  r...l*OUl.  I    VV tj       r-f,S"|       l<>-~������...*~.  Waiter.���������Which way will you have  the--m  done?  Scot.���������Any dif/cniice  in  the price?  -������Vait<'i.--Wo.  jPo\.   *W������*11, HI ha" them wl' a we-a  | bit  h.uu.  Women  nnd men toft  are just aa  strong and  healthy n������  their blood.  Vigor and  hpnlth coma  with (food  blood. Without good red blood a  woman h������a3 a weak heart and poor  nervea.  In the spring is the best time to  take Htock of one's condition, lf  Lhe blood Ie, Lain und waU-i'y, s,lc~  pale or pimply, if one is tired und  liBtletia, generally weak, a Spring  Tonic biiould bu  Liken.     An old-  .   i.U-.l.lOl.ic-U   UtLLLLm-L    .Cie.LUj     t.lUt.    \* ILLa  iw-d by nearly everybody 50 yeura  | ago i������ still aafe and sane becnuae it  I contains no aicohoi or narcotic, it  ' in mnd<������ of roots and herbs nnd  ! called Dr. Picrca'o Golden Medical  I JUtficovery.      It  drug-arista do nr**  keep it in tablet rorni, wend bu cent*  ."lid to Dr. Pierce's InvalidtT  for  pUfcltauh-w** THS  CBESSON &EYIEW  I  *L***1:  I'���������'**���������"*.  ���������'J  i a  i  us  b'l  'flip  I -fee  te  I  ynaerwe  ifSP     B.il*3   '\*JB  -&uii%wnef  in the famous Watson's and  Penman's manufacture.  LADIES'VESTS  Short Sleeves at 35c, 45c, 55c, 95c  Extra large size 80c  Sleeveless style 35c, 45c, 55c, 75c, 95c  Combinations at $1, $1.50, $1.85.  Boys' Combination Balbriggan  Undersuits  Sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32  at $1.00  Men's Balbriggan Shirts and  Drawers at $1.00.  Men's Combinations  A variety of styles and materials at  2.00, 2.50, 3.85 to.$6.00 per suit.  iston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  A-rrgLgs&tess  ������ 140  LAST   SUMMER  ���������B  A LITTLE CARE WOULD HAVE SAVED THIS  BE CAKPFUL!  UP"V{  IN ANY BEDROOM  il   i-. nt'J In*- t'n-i  iniji'ii't 'ini'i- iij K-<*<-|) (���������v'-pyt liin-j  in --'iiiitjiry -"oiiilit ion..  UKI-fc-JN 1 AL   KUtiS  ill    -,tll.'lll    'ri/e-'l   .11'*'    nl"*;il    Here,r   e:e,v, rin;/.H   fen*    Lei I l*/n n n>;,  Wi*  ' ifl'i'i* ' |;i it <���������   in   *i." - i'.i'-M '.'������������������   ii*.".'ii*i.Mi<*iil.  in   'ill   ' i/' ":.   I'eer  *-,'. :*>.!'���������  ��������� .;��������� I ,  I II. 'I l<lH    I'l    *."'*    Mill*    ' il .,|  ll ',|<l   1. V     ' ri'    (  il  |.-|| I.l,     j,' ' I,'.,.  !liirikzutre Izzf i'arnitun. Supply  ,\i. j. novh      (.ompitny Manmur  -X^Sktmtisttg*  ^_f*?gsnSa������5������  tf. P. uennes of Spokane is a visitor  here this week, with his son, R. Den7  nes.  Messrs. Bathie of Wynndel were  Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.  Tuohey, having made the trip.down  in their motor boat.  Provincial police Vaehon of Creston  was another- Sabbath caller at Sirdar,  on one of his official trips.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was in  town Friday, en route home from  Creston, and reports the season much  further advanced at that point even  than here. They have had splendid  luck with ranch operations tbis spring.  Every available head of Jersey stock  being sold already���������the last two animals going to the experimental farm  at Invermere.  Mr. Arthur Day Dibben, who has  just arrived from Wallasey, Liverpool,  England, is spending some time with  Mr. and Mrs. North, being a nephew  of the latter. If he likes the Kootenay  country sufficently well he proposes  becoming a permanent citizen.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby were Creston  callers over the week-end. The Sunday previous they casey jonesed a  party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.  Brewis, Mrs, North and themselves to  the metropolis to hear Rev. C. C.  Owen in Christ Church that  Rev. J. S. Mahood was here on Sunday evening for the regular Church of  England service, and announces that  for Sunday, July 4th, he will take  morning seryice here, with celebration  of Holy Oommunion, seryice to commence at 10.30  Mayor Daly had a highly enjoyable  visit last week from Mr. Hemel, who  twenty years ago ran an engine on  the   run out of Cranbrook, but who is  ���������nnlir -F.*r_*nry** i ������-i nr* *. **r  Tiirr"lrl������*ir    ft-icjlr.  A few of the Anglicans were at the  station on Sunday to greet Rev. J. P.  Haymnn, a former minister here, now  at Grand Forks, who went through on  a trip to the Old Country.  Harry Hughes, who has just acquired a new outboard motor launch,  along with Roy Proctor and Jock Mc-  Diarmid, tried out the new craft on  Sunday on a fishing trip, and made a  splendid catch, we hear,  Wynndel baseball team played  Creston at Creston on Sunday, bnt  owing to insufficient practice were not  quite able to put over a win.  Mr. and Mrs._A. Joy took over the  running of M Wigen's boarding house  on Monday last.  O, T. Pargee, who has been in Saskatchewan for the last two months,  returned here on Sunday.  There is to be a dance in the Clubhouse on Saturday, June 19th at 9.30  p.m. Gents 25c. Ladies please bring  refreshments.    Carl Carlson, M.C,  E. S. Butterfield left-for Nelson on  Monday afternoon to present himself  foi- his semi-annual medical board. He  will spend the remaiuder of the week  with friends at Proctor and Balfour.  H. K. Oatway of Creston paid a flying visit here on Mondav looking for  a few of his friends.  Although nearly a week later than  last year there is still no sign of berries being ready to ship.  Tuesday afternoon M, Wigen's mill  had to shut down owing to a shortage  of logs, but sawing was resumed on  Wednesday morning.  D. J. Dewar left on Monday for  Cranbrook on a business trip, returning on Tuesday with his first shipment  of ice cream.  J. Butterfield of Balfour passed  through on Sunday's train on his way  to his home at Wilmer for a twe  weeks'visit. He expects to spend a  week with his parents here on his return.  Wynndell baseball players are asked  to turn out evenings for practice.  We must cop some of that tournament  money at Creston the 25th.  H. A. Bathie, jr. and sr., spent Tuesday afternoon a la Isaac Yvalton at  Duck Creek, but returned with an  empty basket. They report the fish  very small.  Sam Moon, after hauing lost his  horse and mule for about two weeks,  found them again at the beginning of  the week close to Creston���������along with  J. J. Grady's team.  Don't Exoerimen  for  especially when its in the  Automobile line.  We have the best  grades of  Tires  Auto Accessories  Oils and Greases  and an  Experienced  Mechanic  along with as up-to-date  equipment as can be tound  in any up-to-date garage.  Creston Auto & Supply  R. S, BEVAN, Manager  G. FOSTER, Mechanic.  ESTABLISHED 1!>17  B. G. FRUIT MARKET  Lethbridgs, Alta.  Kao-li yc'ir we have  I'l'iiwn si rn,*<>'i'"T willl llic*-  1 radc. as well as with  the  growers.  mm\m mum utiuiii  \W pay t.wi(s) a  monili  .���������ind i-i';" r<*<*   I A \ "/   < m sell-  ' ' +0      / 4  \\\[S |������i'ic������-  ti,'V i:s.  A.        L|.\    \)\A'j\  Mni\?.<>i'\-  THE VALUE OF  ONEY  Money���������ready money is an essential in every  line of business���������mercantile or farming. Wise  farmers build up Savings Accounts, which  enable them to purchase for cash.  A Savings Bank Account with this Bank  assures ready money when needed. Interest  paid at current rate.  ���������g^ ifSr^     ������ A W "S**fc       m\\m "mv-*. II   J-T  iivirtiy/\L w*wib-  OF  CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN, -  210  Manager.  ^iffasg  i Utm^mtr  LIDGATE BROS.  Ihe Wiechamcal  Excellence  of your car may be above criticism*  bnt no car is stronger than its  weakest point, and sooner or later  your automobile, like every other  car will need onr work in  .Automobile Repairing  We do prompt work giving careful  attention to every detail, so that  you can br sure repairs we make  will last.    Try us.  VICE GARAGE  PHONE 81  We cai^ supply  at a reasonable price  mx. -A mv. mm, w\    m~r*. m miX N R M A ������) ie re jl% M-������i  LIMITED  -f~mm~xfly,-t .-r���������0,imi���������~m-0.���������.ir.m^al0  r^V- ir-.-.-w-r^nr-T"<~ uu. i.r,iff  ���������foaww���������wien "  n  A. Good Investment  KiT*HE money you save earns interest  ****** when deposited in our Savings  Department, and both principal and  interest arc safe and can be obtain-  nix     iM'trim-ovr**'     YnnssWnf]        Olrtors     an  **'*'"  *      j * * * i.  account today. 68A  TUr   n A TV! A HUM   O A KTt^  X     Jt      JtjTUJ X-jjTml   Vmt-\-\mm* m.m~~-l   ^i JL>/~H    ^ J*".*****  OF COMMERCE  wn* tit nr-*****.   v ���������*���������������������*���������*-������   **���������* h (t*i**|-*K* A tt  ft      r**������K*^*"W I V^i     -X      m   ts*   <*>    mmmm  ���������HC A-n-rWUI-ft  v - - t .  RESERVE FUND - - .T*r>,00(),00<)  cri.*;:.;ton branch, c. c. Ec-mai, m-.i-.-.-'u*.  ii  .i  18  Jl  .1 *-^ IM*"*-***-*!^ fa ^m.'t^^^  *���������'��������� iri^fis-taA-^WRiittsa; I* rshn^,-"**-;-;: VttiP "x ZSl&������-rZ&L*'rt������diH/AtZIKt>i-xi *-*J*.tl  ���������.uU)-- ������vr-������aj lE-sajt- X a������  I������'"TlTi1'1,'iftH'r i* *'.-v��������� f-tJi-i* ri..-r*^ ^si ���������  THE  CRESTON  REYIEW  Fernie cannot secure a likely citizen to take the job of city teamster.  The newly instituted Chinese Masonic Lodge at Trail has 40 members,  and has just spent $3000 in acquiring  a site and building its own lodge  room.  75 new telephones have been installed at Revelstoke since the first of the  year.  A. Edwards, a Kaslo trapper, who  disposed of the last of his catch last  week, estimates his winter's intake at  $2,000.  ������ tJU    JT mtXJLaammmt  If you are tired of being bothered by  hurting, tender feet, here is your chance to  get immediate relief and permanent correction. You are invited to* consult this foot  specialist while he is here.  He Will Be Here  ��������� 04.11*1 IIII  -f.~\-\  )&  m iliBRR-S  Don't wait until the last minute and,  maybe, lose your chance to get foot comfort  Come in .any time dining business hours  and talk it over with ths expert  TRer&isa  J^fjj~h~-n^  There is no need to suffer from .any foot  trouble, .any more. Be it ever so simple or  ever so serious this specialist, who is a  member of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl,  the noted foot authority, can show you the  way to immediate relief and to ultimate  Foot Comfort  if you'll step in and give him the chance.1  He can tell just what the cause of your  trouble is, and he knows the remedy.  Improve Foot Appearance  No larger sized or oddly shaped shoes  needed. Wear the kind you like In perfect  comfort The Dr. .Scholl Appliances actually  improve the grace and beauty of the feet  * *Oa  "Watch Your Feet"  Vo can  FIWHfAHf*    SHU*  hahhuo ur  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Brick  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  ���������ill sizes and  grades.  ������������������ r * f 0 f* ������-*  . 0. .it. ....  -UCH03UBB  k' M   (������   "MM  *mme������j(u.sc|  I  t n *���������* I x' r* try  Berry Season Late  Outlook Excellent  Giyen a five-weeks' stretch of regulation Creston Valley summer weather  from now on, with just an occasional  shower, and the "Wynndel section  ought to market about the most satisfactory strawberry crop in that well-  known strawberry section's history.  While the latter half of 1919 was far  from ideal for a vigorous development  of the strawberry plants yet, on the  whole, they have come through the  winter in "good shape; the old plants  never looked bi tter in most cases, and  while the spring plantings of last year  are not quite so healthy looking they  give every promise of a satisfactory  yield, too.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers Association is looking for an export of  12.000 to 15.000 crates this season,  making their calculations on the basis  of 30 acres under berries, and an average yield of better than 400 crates to  the acre. The average might look  high at first but when it is borne in  mind that almost half that area will  this year be irrigated by the Skinner  overhead system an expectation of  around 500 crates to the acre is not  unreasonable.  That prices'will ride high this year  is indicateel from the advance sales  which amount to about ten straight  cars, aud these have been booked at  $+.50 per crate f.o.b. Wynndel. The  early berries will open at $6 possibly,  and much of the express shipping is  expected to bring S5.50. The Co-Operative have alreaky brought in 12,000  crates and a suppiy of cups for ihat,  amount of crates. This year the Cooperative has not been able to advantageously purchase the same style of  cup as has been used the past three or  four years, although they haye enough  of them for 5000 crates, but the other  7000 are supplied with the square cup.  Crates this year will cost as high as  41 cents, and it is likely pickers will  get 50 cents a crate, with another  half dollar added to tlie big growers'  expense for packing, field supervision,  etc., so that even should $5 a crate be  the average for the year due to the increased cost, of supplies and labor it is  doubtful if the price net to the grower  will be much better than in 1919 when  the average price was almost $4*.  At present there is little prosppct of  any berries moving much before the  25th, or almost 2 weeks later than last  year, and certainly there will be no  straight cars rolling before July 1st.  Raspberries that were not trimmed  last summer haye wintered nicely and  look promising. Apples are heavy  and a big June drop will he welcome.  Tn the vegetable line Wynndel will  not cut much figure in export trade  for 1920,  Fiye of the growers have installed  the Skinner irrigation system this  spring, with a total of fourteen acres  under pipe line, as follows: O. J.  Wigen, 4-"*$ acres. Uri Brothers, 2  acres. Monrad Wigen. 4 acres.  Joe Wigen, 2 acres, and Paul Ofner,  lh acres. The Bathie ranch has installed the main line pipes also but  haye not put in the cross or sprinkler  pipes as yet, ahd probably will not do  so until fall. Messrs. 6. J. and Joe  Wigen are on a gravity system with  the supply coming from the f,unnel of  the old Elsie Homes mine which, in  addition to giving an ample flow is  provided with a natural reservoir in  the tunnel itself which stores water  sufficient to irrigate two acres to the  depth of an inch of rainfall. Paul  Ofner has also a gravity system from  a spring about half a mile east of the  ranch but he is now installing a reservoir for storage purposes. Uri brothers and Monrad Wigen utilize a (5 h.p.  gasoline  engine  to pump their water  into  a small reservoir which is filled  by a pipe line from Duck Creek.  The main pipe lines grade down  from 8 inches, but a 2 inch pipe is used  to feed the sprinkler pipes, which are  from an inch downward in size. The  spray holes in the sprinkler pipes are  about 30 inches apart and are guaran  two weeks. Mr. Ofner, however, is  planning to turn the wet goods on at  least once a week if it is the usual  summer season.  Whiie the cost of installing the  Skinner varies, the experience at  Wynndel has been that it cannot be  put in for less than from $85Q_to $1000  teed to throw the fine stream or spray  per   acre.    However, if   we   are   this  same sultry  30 feet, and as they are reversible each  sprinkler line will irrigate a space of  60 feet wide. At Wynndel, however,  the pipes have been set about 55 feet  apart so as to account for a sprinkle of  27 feet-  With the exception of the Ofner  ranch the work of reversing the pipes  will be done by hand. Mr. Ofner has,  however, installed an hydraulic oscillator which keeps the sprinkler pipe  on the reversing job steadilv and is  expected to giye better results than  where the water is allowed to spray in  one position steadily for a couple or  more hours before being turned over.  The makers of the Skinne"*- system  estimate that a supply of moisture  equal to an inch of rainfall is had by  allowing their sprinkler system to run  steadily for nine hours, and that a  nine-hour wetting in this way will  carry  most plants from  ten  days  to  year favored  ri-1  with  the  conditions that have preyailed the  past three years an increase of from  30 to 50 per cent, in barry output may  be looked for, and at the present high  price of strawberries the system will  not be long in paying for itself.  MOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands or  Lots in Townsite subdivisions under  agreements for Sale from whom the  purchase money on such lands or  Townsite Lots remaining unpaid is  oyerdue are required to make payment, within six months from th*e date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  .��������� Xr.w.r.r.X   Xlx r\0.rtrttv       ir  LXLLLJ4yy:tJtl    tllty,Xx.xrt.,     tx  uue,   4.1 ..;xtx  ���������rLr-ejgerL.Lit-1    *���������** lull  any be due, or a substantial proportion of such amount, which must at  least cover the full interest due to date  together with evidence that all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been paid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land Act,"  Chapter 129, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. It*. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1st, 1920.  NOTICE  airy Farm  GRESTON  Best, Quality  Dairy Butter  Buttermilk  Cream  Milk  always on sale.  Delivered anywhere in town.  Shipped to any point.  RRED   K,   SMITH  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  the   '"Townsite   Proportionate   Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  the Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within the  site or suburb of a town, payment for  which has not been made, in full, and  who wishes to Obtain a proportionate  allotment of such land in consideration  of the  monies  already paid, must file  application in that respect on or before  the  1st day of   September,  1920,   on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any  person   in    arrears   of   payment  under an agreement for sale as aforesaid   failing to   make   application   as  stipulated will thereafter be debarred  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfilment of the terms of the sale and the  provisions of the "Land Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention is  drawn to the notice appearing in the  current issue of this paper.  GEO. R. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands*,  Victoria,  B.C., May 5th, 1920.  Two Carloads  Mason & Risch  Irtanos Justl Arrived  They ooiiHist of hcnutiful Htylo.s  and IiiiihIi. Can be bought ou  easy terms, at very little morn  thn������j pre*war -price*!!. Writ'! or  ���������pile-in***, or en. 11 ,-it  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  This is the first epios-  (ion that presents iti-elf  to the housnwife if an  unexpei'tril visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  8 j Mason & Kisch, Ltd-  j!      ri..-������i<' n.    r.o. r���������>x .;j;>  tx      t  ^-rLJVxri  tt  ixr���������y-.  an- always ten he> h.i������l  here'. In meats nothing  epiiie' e'e|uuite ''-i'niwiii in.'k'  products.  g^ftu      m^ u^fr^u^ r-uu|       r*uW       eiliMif-fr  ^^      W^x \m*-i     iW P���������W   \~*t P*W    TB*  fl   W m m Rl wm sun   Tl  \*Mi..i>iwr M    W 14      m*- ms*f-tmii  ri..-������i<' n.    r.  NKI-KON  t.   l>e������  1V(  O  no    i *f������  .������2    mm   !   J  uiienieia  Wynndel  SOFT DRINKS  BEER  2%  ananas  Oranges  Lemons  Consignment of SOFT  GOODS just   opened.  IS  ������  s  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering oniy  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which Is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  ������%l mx I mm\ ft gm  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 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transferhis claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, -js  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  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may bo leased as homesites;  title to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by ono person or company.  ..M-Jn* ,fa<5tory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 ncreu  muy be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction oi tx road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS"      FREE  ������ ACT.  GRANTS  The He-ope of this Act |3 enlarged to  include Ml persons Joining nnd serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which tho holrs or devlaeea  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for tltlo under this Act \.. o-rton.-'cd  from for one year from the death of  Huch pemon, as formerly, until ono  year after tho conclusion of tho i������ro<*ont  war. This privilege is also made retroactive, m.  No fe.\-j relating to preempt icm-Tare  due  or   payable   by   coldiera   on     preemptions recorded after Juno 26, i9ig  Taxe.il ure remitted for live yearn.  1'r-ovlston for return of moneys accrued, duo und been paid wince August  ���������I, 1014. on account of payment!), fees  or taxes on fioldiern' pre-emptlonn.  Interest on ngrt-em*>tiis to purchn^e  ��������� (-.'"���������"���������*    i"'*   r'*-*   '    *       iii,. -    . '** .  *.,'���������"',    ,"*.      "������������������*     ���������*���������"-���������*    ."-���������*���������.    lij     niyl.lUxili,   ut  Allied 1-orcen, or dependent-!, ncuuirud  direct or indirect, remitted from ������n-  llalment ".o Muit-h 31, 11*ZU.  SUD-PURCHASERS   OF   CROWN  ^ LANDS.  i'SLtv-.iilLiU liiueJu ttif lii.suunco of  Crown grant ii to nut.-purclm fieri* of  Crown I.nndu, areiulrlng righth from  purchasu-r-i who faileej to complete  purchaiu:. involving forr.-ltnrie. ������mi fnl-  uiiment <>r comiuioiui of purchni.e, In-  era do not claim whole of orlglnul p-ii  Ct\, puiv.h.u.u inir*i* ehu- mul i.itf-i  Diiey  be    dti.trlltutiel    proportionately    over  whole   (iron.       Application*)   must   b������  mime uy ������ny i, nco.  GRAZING. **  de-Vole)], nie-llt   r.f  Hv.";t ri.-V   Ir.epi*" 1-v   *������������������������������������������-,-  yiih-'*   f������>r   Kr.ialiiK   ell-trW'tii   nrui 'range-  i~*.i. ..a. ;.-.:.-.*; '���������-;.     ui.���������.".���������. e     >*./���������.. luml.>.miner  Annual  Kr.ixlnir  permiti   ii!,u*<l  huu.A  en ri\H*i������"*r:*  re������!|;.**!.  ; :-!' <*:t.\*  f-..? e ;,;;,>,-  "'"���������'���������-"���������*       '"  .������������������'.- i.--..i n������.| c      mui,  "*"'���������   r:n r,**   m---*;*.*;,*-  I I li.l'.V    f 1 ,..-      |.M ,,   '���������>,.  rn or   ir,*tv..|iii-      ,.,,  0  '  tor-ii   .V- ������������������i.-tr-.t!.!**..-  lli������-ilt . 1*1 ������  O,     I'l*     |i.  ferr   ne 11 ler*.,   fiiiiii,  to tun  lituel.  IXS*S^^ mtttxnmtx^smmmtmmmttmt^imii  2E!S mwimmmir  F*^rrwt.������W-rtf^ri'#*l-Mirr,'j'-|r-^*r>^tir-frr!rr������ ...   -'-yt~vm"rriir nm-iini.nrn ' ������������������ - '  ��������� ���������'���������          ' ��������������������������� -���������'��������� -   ���������    ���������       .x���������..,2i���������i���������^LJl.".:.-.  mmM'mmm-mm.timmiimimtmt'm&iiimKWKMttiimim mmmamnmTmam mm:vi>*mirimtvm-i  m-mrtm4mmrm>xmt0immi~.im^. .*. .i,',S'';*al-*-M-������.')-e**i'^^ THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     $.     C  Ths?������ is more energy  in a. pound of goea  bre&d m^de in the  home with Royal Yeast  Cakes than in a**- pound  of meat. SB-read making  is ~~ simple operation  and requires no previous experience. F������U  instr-actions in R.oyaS  Yeasi Bake Book,  mailed free on -request.  E.W.GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO  general belief that some articles,  which, under thc prevailing conditions  and prices, are actual necessities, have  been classified as luxuries, there is a  very general approval of the principle  of imposing a tax on luxuries, of increased stamp duties, of an increase  in thc tax on incomes in excess of  $5,000. These arc steps in the right  direction.  From the standpoint of the agricultural producer and the great mass of  the consuming public, however, there  is real ground for criticism that some  action has not been taken to encourage the work of primary production  throughout the Dominion byTcducing  the tariff burden imposed on instruments of production. Increased production would so greatly add to "-the  wealth of the country that the increased purchasing power of the people would more than offset any decease in customs revenue resulting  from lower duties on the implements  imported to promote that large production.  Found Relief When  Doctors Had Failed  Large Increase in  Wool Looked For  MANITOBA WOMAN PRAISES  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  Mrs. Murmylo Says to All Who Suf-  er From Bladder Trcuble:  "Try a  Box of Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Brokenhead,    Man.,   May    31st. ���������  (Special.)���������Strong  in  her  praises   of  Dodd's  Kidney  Fills   is   Mrs.    Mary  Murmylo, a well known and esteemed  resident of   this    place.     And    Mrs.  Association Encouraging Growers To  Get Together and Ship  In Car Lots  Approximately 375 contracts have  been entered into this season by  growers in thc province of Saskatchewan, and thc Canadian Co-Operative  Wool Growers, Ltd., under which the  growers' clips will be marketed  through the co-operative. These contracts represent over 31,000 sheep and  over 221,000 pounds'of wool alrcady  definitely in sight. Approximately  150 contracts have been received from  Manitoba. This showing is as good,  and possibly better than the average  at   this    time    of  the   season in past  Murmylo gives her reasons,  "Two years ago I, suffered from  bladder trouble," she says. "I tried  all kinds of medicines and two doctors in Winnipeg. All the doctors  and medicines failed to help me.  "I turned to Dodd's Kidney Pills  and  used   eight   boxes of   them   and!  found them satisfactory.   I give every { **' ,. ,       ,.     . t  praise to Dodd's Kidney Pills, and to   years- according lo the district man-  Tasation and the Badge!  The government at Ottawa has at  last decided that the time has come  to call a halt io further large borrowings and consequent increases in the  national   debt;   that  the  current  revenue of thc country must be augmented sufficiently  to  cover all  ordinary  and capital expenditures, including interest   on   the   public  debt,  pensions,  railway  deficits,  etc:  that,  in  fact, a  beginning must bc made in reducing  the    national    debt.      As    has    been  pointed out in this column on other  occasions,   the  desired  result can  be  brought about in two ways, or rather  by a combination of both���������revenue to  be   increased   to  cover  expenditures;  expenditures to   be    decreased    until  they arc balanced by revenue; or, and  this is probably thc only safe way, revenues  to be increased and expenditures decreased until  they balance.  The government has decided to  curtail expenditures for the time being by postponing thc carrying out  of certain public works. These, however, are only deferred. But the government does not appear to havc gone  ���������.���������cry fj-.r in ihe direction enforcing a  more rigid economy in thc cost of administration. There arc still too many  Qver-lapr.-ing departments and branch-  nub lie service  cs of tlie public service; still too many  civil servants drawing salaries for thc  amount of work to be done; still an  almost   criminal   waste   of   money   in  many w;  .ourage  r.   *.-tl        *    1  f) *   - ���������*-��������� '*        1*  *  r-rnditur  On  P  ���������"���������'.'- do-;.-  ..i i '���������.  There  Ottawa  is  in  dc  ���������n  absence of  tackling   this  .-ernmcital   cx-  ".!.<������������������ recent bud-  ice ef some clc-  'jj.c  .   of  the  ilsimr of '  >.G an- !  ernment j  :. it. The- i  ":.;."=, and  :-.������������������    I hey  The presentation of the budget  again brings to the fore the necessity  of some amendment to thc rules of  procedure in the house of commons  whereby it will be possible to offer  more than onc amendment to the  budget resolutions. At present only  one amendment is allowed, with tho  result that any member, or group of  members, who do not favor the main  motion, that is the budget itself, and  who* do not consider that any amendment offered goes far enough, or too  far, in proposing changes, are precluded from offering an amendment to  the amendment setting forth their  views on the question. One amendment and one only is allowed, with  the result that no opportunity is afforded of .presenting a third alternat- !  ive policy.  This rule last year operated to prevent  the   Farmers'   group   from   submitting thcir views to Parliament and  the country, and compelling the members at Ottawa to record their votes  thereon and make thcir position clear  before    the    electorate.       Unless    a  change   in   the  rules   is   effected,   the  same thing will occur this year.    In.  almost all deliberative bodies an amendment to an amendment is accepted.   It should bc in the house of commons on the budget.    Everybody will  recognize the necessity for some limitation if  the transaction    of    public  business is not to be unduly delayed,  but an amendment to an amendment  is a safe limitation.    Limitation to a  single amendment only is too strict,  and operates  to  thc  disadvantage of  thc country and prevents  reasonable  and legitimate discussion and presentation of views on thc most important  of  all   public   questions,   namely,   the  imposition of taxation on the people.  It is time thc rules were amended in  respect to amendments to thc budget.  any person suffering from bladder  trouble 1 say, 'Try a box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills ."  Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on  the kidneys. By putting them in condition to do their full work they relieve bladder troubles nnd send pure  blood and good health coursing to all  parts of the body.  Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills do not relieve kidney ills  and those diseases that spring from  sick kidneys.  Little Bobbie. ��������� What is laughter,  Uncle Jack?  Uncle Jack.���������Laughter, little pal, is  the sound a man hears when his hat  blows off and rolls in the mud.  WHEN BABY IS SICK  13  When the baby is' sick���������when he  cross and peevish; cries a great  deal and is a constant worry to the  mother���������he needs Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are an ideal medicine for little ones. Thev are a gentle  but thorough laxitve which regulates  the bowels, sweeten the stomach, banish constipation and indigestion, break  nr. colds and simple fever-* and make  teething easy. Concerning them, Mrs.  Philippe Paycn, St. Flavien, Quebec,  writes: "Baby's Own Tablets ^ have  been a wonderful help to me in the  case of my baby and I can strongly  recommend them to other mothers."  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from Thc Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  ager of the Co-operative Wool Growers' for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  "I anticipate an increase of 100,000  pounds of wool handled this year over  last," he states.  The association Is encouraging tne  wool growers of the western provinces to get together this year and ship  in car lots (e.g., 20,000 pounds) from  local points. Wherever they will do.,  so, a special representative of the cooperative will uc sent to iaKc ucirvery  of the wool as it is loaded and ship it  direct to the warehouses. The object  of this procedure is to materially lessen freight charges and handling expenses.  NEURALGIA  *dm      ���������....        *-������������ rxm  XX     3/LILX      ������..uO*4  cklng  recking agonies of Neural-  k you will " **  gnat  -rla you will bless the du.y  fTB-YmP-<Bt.O?m,B  Rheumatic  Capsules  were discovered. This  famous remedy Js absolutely guaranteed to give  relief to sufferers from  Neuralgia.  Send for free sample to  Templetons, 142 King St.  W., Toronto.  Doctors recommend  them, and reliable druggists everywhere Bell them  for $1.04 & boz.  LU  ASTHMA  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment   Lumberman's  Templeton'a RAZ-MAH Oep*  eules are guaranteed to relieve  AST H MA. Don't suffer an"  other day.  Write Temv>letons, 142 King St.  W., Toronto, for free sample.  Reliable dxugglBts sell then*-, at  81.04 a box. 1o  A Rap at Reggie  Reggie.���������That stunning looking girl  over there has been gazing at me for  thc last ten minutes. She must be  trying to make an impression.  Miss Keen.��������� Very likely; people  generally use something soft for thai  purpose.���������Boston Transcript.  Sale of Wheat  A bluff on the Virgin River, Nevada, more than 25 miles long, is composed of 60 percent   salt    of    great  purity.  MOTHER!  "California Syrup of Figs"  Child's Best Laxative  Ask for Minard's and take No Other.  Too Few Producers  the Unite-d   States now are  too  people buying  and selling thc  many of them rcbuying and  the  same  things��������� and  too  mar.";  thiii'*.','**;-*  reseili'i  i'cw workers producing things.    Prin-  r-\Ai.  to that fact the country is  1 for the. present extravagant  ...**: *.,l' living*. Is it not time to begin  ���������h" pr.-iR-.-osr? of selection of immigra-  '.(-���������n ilia I will give the country good  ].������������������,i\\:u\r^ of things rather than mere  ���������.'!���������������������������."���������   *-)*'  !.iii:"<"s?- --Chicago News.  ; lirv,*     Al'je.i-i^hu.s  ���������at butter-  Canadian Farmers Will Receive Over  Three Million Dollars  It is understood that a settlement  has been reached in the disagreement  between the Greek Government and  the Canadian government over ihe  wheat prices. As a result, it is said,  Canadian farmers will benefit to the  extent of three and a quarter million  dollars, or the difference of .fifty cents  a bushel between $2.50 and $3.  The increase in the amount which  the Greek government has agreed to  pay for something like 6,600,000 bushels of wheat was secured chiefly  through the effort of the Canadian  Wheat Board and the Canadian Trade  Commission, which has its headquarters at Ottawa. Sir Charles Gc don,  of Montreal and Rhys D. Fairbairn of Toronto are the commissioners.  The dispute is said to have arisen  through a misunderstanding as to the  exact interpretation of an agreement  between thc Greek plenipotentiaries  and thc Canadian trade mission which  was headed by Lloyd Harris.  That man never lived who can repeat the ten commandments while  removing a porous plaster from his  anatomy.  The  Hit of  Season  For  the  Farmer's  Boy*  Jgf      i^^Z^S-x  Evading Consequences  The Justice of the Peace.���������Do you  take  this  woman  to be  your lawful  wedded wife?    The bridegroom.��������� I  do.   The Justice.���������Then I pronounce  you man and wife.    And remember, j  you asked me to do this.   Don't ever j  blame me. |  You -want liitn good and healthy,  "You -want him big and strong:,  Then give him a pure wocrtjersey.  Made by hi3 friend Bob J^sng.  X,et "him romp with all his vigor  He's the best boy in the lcn-d,  And he'll always be bright and  smiling,  If he -wears a Sob TyOtig* Brand.  ���������Sob Lens  BOB LONG  Pure Wool  Worsted jerseys  For Dad and tlie Lad  Pull-over  or  Button Shoulder  Style  Mado for Hard Wear, Comfort  and Smart Appearance  R*. G. LONG *~~ CO., Limited  Winnle-as    TORONTO      Mo������t*������������T  Bob Lottf Brands  Knoam from Coast to C*ctt  .4.  ���������!_'���������a  Accept "California Syrup of Figs"  only���������look- for thc name California on  thc package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, live.-r and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste.  I'ull directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  ���������:y;h-rU4SrX4-J~~~-~:l-rrr:.rri.-.JJ,r:-L-i.'?-  31  1  h���������   tif������J....    ,  niMsr-ANj &  %?PE  I     Still Sold at trie  Oca tne ICSxc jr.ri08  ���������~.T.r 1    .'-*��������� '("���������it ir" ���������'���������-?"��������� i *?������������������, r ..������������������"**;   l i"v" rt'iTfr*;  and rr.ore families where  -tea or cof tee has been  displaced ���������  NSTANT  Atrial or this hearcntui econormcaj table*  drink soon demons tracer Lhw cause oflUi  popularity.  Made lr^tonUy jr. tt.e cup.  Ho Work. Betxer Health.  Vegetables for Medicine  Watercress is an excellent blood  purifier. Lettuce has a soothing effect  on thc. nerves and is excellent for  sufferers from insomnia.  Tomatoes arc pood for a torpid liver, but should be avoided by gouty  pen pic.  Celery aud onions are nerve tonic.  Spinach has great aperient qualities  and  i;i better than medicine for con-  .SlipUlieill.  llrrtH are fattening and good for  \it-.ti\i\r. who want   to put on flesh, uo  are potatoes,  i'aiMiips  peisl.ess the  saine  virtuea  s  -.ur.',:ep;nill.i.  Jt.  *y~*-������ t Y~Tf  ~ii'~t&''���������?3 &j\&ci3G-imt  ������������  1  s  !  A ohark nix feet long was recently  e .-unlit by m pi\ ri-diluu with an ordinary ]\ct(t\r -.uu! line in I ���������"���������tide Hay, Corti-  vr.Tl  Cord or  fabric.  -���������11*411 ���������-fit i nrniw ****M*'lg"*'-������"ri'r*llf,*  ttmLwmt-timWX'm *mmm&4-������*mA0'~-***t*,"m**m-  Good company on a journey  makes the way seem shorter.  Dependable Partridge Tirea  should be your companions on  all your motor trips. They shorten the journey by nllowing you  to travel In comfort���������free from  the annoyanceta, delaya and  expenses, caused by tiro  troubles.  Partrldao   Tires, llko   loyal  cexvonto, nerve you faithfully  alwayo.  *mmtmx wM*~m*yimmmm, ymtarymmim.,   .~~~*~myi--mi~i  ^^Mmkasan^ mt-wik nasi tam tmr** wr****  'PS  ^m^mtmmmxtjmtA       >kww|d  mmtttttttHmtst-mm  'Came' os   Their  Nam&  11011  ���������-*.4i.Ms-s,m**'<'ii'~*"*'  .-wrrrss"  M.     U.      1318  f. vj ttx*m mn- m-wmi* ���������*������  ma  .mpittu*, -v-Wli-****!^^ UW'-WHM'tf-J-"!*  imam mumimmMmMm mmwmmi-\w#mMS ������������������fflMiBMff  i^t^fftttrnMrn*  -*^wj-l'gii'i'j-*u'~iu^ HBO������     R-BV1EW.     CRESTON,     B.     t%  ���������������ni  Washington.���������Sir Auckland Geddes,  the new British ambassador, formally  presented his credential to President  Wilson at the*"White House and exchanged with the executive assurance  of good will and amity.-  None of the diplomatic questions  pending between Great Britain and  the United States was touched on  specifically in the addresses exchanged between the President and Six  Auckland. In addressing the president, Sir Auckland said:'"His Majesty  my king, has instructed me to deliver  O   ) I Mennonites May Leave  wj\    irnii     "-tTm  XX, J    *mr   ~m ���������*ml  ��������� .-r****.    irnii  ~ " '    J   lot + enr  ta   .<=ra',r  tHnt  it  is his desire that I renew to you, sir,  his assurances of the lively interest  that promotes thc welfare and prosperity of the United States of America.  Il-T **-..* t       .   r V     V Pi       4     0   xinun;uune;iy ueiurc x ieii ins com i  of St. James, I had the honor of being  received in audience by him, when he  charged mc particularly to express to  you, sir, the vivid sense of pleasurable  recollection with which hc remembers  your excellency's visit and that of  Mrs. Wilson to him at Buckingham  palace.  DWHl  rO  Receiving Offers For the Land They  Contemplate Vacating  Swift Current, Sask.���������Jacob Fries-  en, head of thc Mcnnonite colony  south of Svvtft Current, left a few  days ago for Mississippi to make the  final arrangements in connection with  removal" of thc Mennonites from this  district   to  settle  upon  lands  in   the  nr\,.t-ix rt~~.        rt^iXr... Tlr-.r-.-x       li-. ���������       ���������r.r>t*it.       rx.  av/Ubi.*vi.i       tALtLLy,x*. tml (JV11        L14W       i^rdU.I.        LAX  Mr. Friescn's negotiations rests, the  final decision concerning the migration of the Mennonites from Swift  Current district, where they own 150,-  000 acres of the very best farming  lands. Before leaving, Mr. Friesen  stated that no papers had yet been  signed guaranteeing special privileges  to his people by the United States  authorities. If these special privileges were not forthcoming the arrangements for moving to Mississippi  would be at an end and the colony  would then reconsider a proposal to  Kolchak Was Shot  Ta. .    !> I.  X*  "He has heard with deep emotion ; move to Brazil.   In thc meantime, the  and regret of the loss of health from j Mennonites are receiving offers from  which you, sir, have unhappily suffered. He prays that it may be wholly temporary and of short duration  and that Almighty God may restore  you to your accustomed vigor.  "He has asked me also to thank  you with the utmost warmth and cordiality for the gratifying receptions  and boundless hospitality which have  been extended to his eldest eon, His  Royal Highness the Prince of Wales,  on each separate occasion on which  ���������several quarters for the land they  contemplate vacating. Following an  offer from an American syndicate recently, efforts are now being made by  representatives of French settlers in  Maine and Quebec to obtain options  r\ri     ������tr-a*fir    9\r\ c ciT\l ~~     tr* r\ 1 /���������*���������*, r\ x. r    -f 53 -rm "  ll ������f*  price offered is $40 an acre to include  implements and improvements and  the season's crop. Crop prospects are  so favorable at present that many of  the Mennonites will refuse to join in  Denied Trial, He Smoked  Cigarette  While Facing the Firing  Squad  Victoria.���������Details of the killing ������f  Admiral Kolchak, head of the allied  government troops in Siberia, were  told her by Captain Webb, provost  marshall with thc British Forces in  Siberia, who has arrived here on thc  steamer Manila Maru, from Vladivostok. Through treachery, he said, Kolchak wag captured by revolutionists  and incarcerated with former Premier  Reppeliayeff at Irkutsk. When placed  in front of a firing squad, Peppcliayeft  was shot down when hc attempted to  escape. >.  Kolchak, denied a trial and the-pri-  vilege of seeing his wife, coolly smoked a cigarette and awaited the volley.  The order to fire was disobeyed by  the firing squad, whereupon a commissary strode forward, pushed Kolchak's head back, and shot him to  death with a revolver.  mjm,t&      Tx~&^lk,&%m~*&M. ���������&& All*-!.  Oppose Extension  Of Divorce Laws  Government May Not  Take Over Board  Edmonton, Dunvegan and B. C. Line  Will Probably Be  Reorganized  Edmonton.���������National ownership of  the Edmonton-Dunvegan and British  Columbia railway is a decidedly remote possibility, according to premier Stewart, who has returned to the  city from a two weeks' official trip  to Ottawa. Instead or ihe federal  governmenf-purchasing the system, as  was. semi-officially announced by Sir  George Foster some months ago, a  movement is well under way in the  east, it appears, to reorganize the E.  D. and B.C. company, and thus bring  in sufficient capital to put the road in  good shape for traffic and take adequate care of the business in hand.  he has visited the shores  and lands [ any exodus that may take place.   The  of this great nation. | provincial    government has arranged  "May I, your excellency,  on behalf ! ������or the   erection    of    several    more  of those who were my colleagues, the ���������  members of thc government of the  United Kingdom, and on my own behalf, associate not only them but  also myself with each and all of the  royal messages of affection, goodwill  and gratitude which it has been my  great* good fortune and high honor  to be permitted to deliver to you. I  am devoutly thankful that lam able  to say that I believe it to be the  unanimous wish and hope of the British peoples wherever thcy may bc,  that the relations, of friendship and  co-operation between thc peoples of  thc   United   States   of   America and  schools in the settlement and will rigidly enforce the school attendance  act.  Murderers Escape  Three Men Serving Life Sentence* at  Boston Scale Walls  Of Prison  Boston.���������Herman Barney, who was  sentenced to prison for life for the  murder of Patrolman Charles Denin-  ger,  in   this  city in   February,    1919,  .Anglican  Bishop  in  Toronto  States  Case Against Proposed  Legislation  Toronto.���������Strong opposition to the  rPlaVoHnn      *r\������     i^xtrts     nrii-'or'n ifi rv     A-txrr\x-f~-%  was voiced by Bishop Sweeney in his  charge at the opening of the 68th annual meeting of the Anglican synod  of the diocese of Toronto. His lordship referred to proposed divorce  legislation and declared that the  church of England was opposed to  divorce save for lhe cause allowed  by her divine head.  The bishop quoted from legislation  adopted by the church in 1905: "No  clergyman within thc juridiction of  the Church of England in Canada  shall solemnize a marriage between  persons either of whom shall have  been divorced from one who is living  at the time." Hc concluded by saying: "We must oppose, by every legitimate means, any legislation which  seeks to enlarge the causes for which  divorce is to be granted."  Increased Savings Deposits  High Level  Reached During  Month  Of  April  Ottawa.��������� The bank statement for  April, just issued by the finance department, showed a continued increase in saving bank deposits.  Thcy now stand at the new high  level, $1,209,000,000 as compared with  $1,070,000,000 a year ago and $933,-  000,000 at the end of April two years  ago.  Call loans in Canada were rather  lower than shown in the statement  for March. Current loans in Canada  arc about twenty-five millions higher.  Harry Mansltier, serving a life sen-  themselvcs may bc strengthened and j tence for the murder of Patrolman  developed, and that no cloud of mis- ��������� Joseph Riser, in this city a year ago,  understanding may    ever    arise    bc-   and Charles Ward, a negro, serving a  twecn them.  "It will bc my unceasing effort ever  to serve thc people whom I have the  honor to represent in thc furtherance  of their wish and hope."  Welcome to Prince  Railway and Tramway Strikes Which  Had Been Threatened  Did Not Develop  Melbourne. ��������� In Melbourne the  Prince of Wales has been well acclaimed. A fleet met the Renown,  while airplanes circled ovcr thc harbor. Three thousand pigeons were  released in thc midst of thc cheering  crowds as the prince- disembarked  and drove through thc  ���������afreets.  The railway and tramway strikes  which had been threatened by . thc  unions did not develop.  20-ycar sentence, escaped from the  state prison in the Charleston district  by scaling the walls. They were clad  in prison garb.  Compelled Farmer  I������ Give Up Land  Low Water on Yukon  Seattle, Wash.���������Extremely low water is likely to prevent the opening"'  of navigation on thc Yukon river until about June 12, according to advices  from thc north. It is "more than 25  years since thc water was so low at  this season.  Increase Rolling Stock  Winnipeg.���������This year the Canadian  National Railway rolling stock wiii be  increased by the building of 5,750  freight cars, 80 "locomotives and 70  -passenger coaches. The additions to  the rolling stock contracted for iu  1919 arc now almost completed, it  was learned. In 1919 new freight  cars to the number of 1,549 were  built, 50 locomotives and 240 passenger cars.  /   {     London.���������  More   troops  are beingf  despatched to Ireland to combat the  HrO*Q2rt" Ac*c���������*riir-1"r.,-i rtw 4S .tTw*.J3*.  f ��������� ���������r jr x. x   tj mm ��������� tlx.  xxxrx.tr.. xrt.x��������� xl..*...xx.  movements which are continuing  there. Unexpected disorders happening recently called for the despatch of  further troops.  The newspapers all give this special  prominence, it being added that not  only is the garrison in Ireland being  increased, but that steps are being  taken to replace thc younger soldiers  by better disciplined soldiers, in order to provide prevention for further  Dublin.���������The destruction of prop-  eryt in Ireland by Irish continues.  Kilbritain Castle, near Brandon,  County Cork, one of Ireland's ancient  landmarks, was destroyed. It is estimated that the damage was $10,000.  The castle was unoccupied. The reports do not state the cause of the  fire.  Damr^c estimated at ������40,000 waa  caused by fire on the farm of Major  Pollock, at Gaveen, Ballinastone. The  members of the family escaped with  difficulty. Several valuable horses  were burned. The police and military  extinguished the fire. Reports of the  fire received here allege that villagers  who watched thc fire would not render assistance in putting it out.  Other reports of fires received today include news of an attempt to  burn the court house at Waterville,  County Kerry. The police saved the  records. Thc court housc at Lerner,  County Cork, was burned. One hundred men attacked the police barracks  at Longs Gorge, Baliywilly, but were  beaten off.  Thc coroner's jury has been receiving attentions from_ the campaigners.  The members of a jury who sat in an  inquest in two police stations were attacked for the decision handed out.  Big Elevator Deal  Winnipeg. ������������������ One of the biggest  deals in grain storage space ever consummated here is announced. Thc  Lcitch-McLcan Elevator company  has purchased 17 elevators from tho  Imperial Elevator company and one  1 from Hallet and Carey.  Circus Crashes Through Bridge  Lethbridgc.��������� Onc man was killed  and another injured, though not seriously, in a wreck of Christie Brother's  circus train which broke through an  irrigation canal bridge on thc Cards-  ton sub-division of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The engine had passed  over the bridge, but the heavily loaded baggage-car crashed through. Thc  dead man and his injured comrade  were both circus employees.  Stores of Sugn***.- to be Sent Abroad  Halifax. ���������An interesting commentary upon the announcement that sugar is due for another advance is to  be found in thc fact that great quantities of sugar arc being piled up here,  presumably for exportation abroad.  It is stated that several hundreds of  thousands of bags of sugar are at  present awaiting shipment at one pier  and that thc quantity is daily increasing. At another pier upwards of a  quarter million bags of flour are waiting shipment abroad.  To Duplicate  Cable  Vancouver. ��������� Thc Pacific cablo  board is considering the duplication  of its cable from Canada to the Antipodes, John Millwood, manager o?  the board, has announced.  ���������I JLiiiJUa1,!' nn  Investigate Aviator's Death  Vancouver.���������An enquiry has been  obtained by thc Dominion air board  Into the airplane crash of last Monday in which E. H. Bcaslcy wa.s killed, according to a message received  by Major Claire McLaren, D.S.O.  Col. Richard Bell Irving and Major  Scott Williams have been appointed  -to re������**-MN������ Mnior McT.ar<**n in the investigation.  fit*rtnnT}M T-Tnnrl-u  Over "Rnll'iuj Stock  Berlin.���������The  minister  of  transpor-  tHtioil   lUH   ailllelllllCfU    thai    im;   uuee-  ery of 5,000 lorn mot p. ���������'*? to the ������*n~  tf.n\r In nrcordaiire- with tlie* pmc***  treaty, lias been  comple-ted.  Sinn Fein Forbids Purchase Over thc  Heads of Local Young  Men  Dublin.���������Control   of  Irish   land   by  the Sinn Fein is very effective, as is  instanced  by  an   occurrence  at  Car-  rick-on-Shannon, which was reported  here.   A farmer named Morrison was  r-ummoned before thc Sinn Fein land  thronged   committee  to  show why he  had attempted to buy land ovcr thc heads  of young men of the. didn't who did  not own property.    Hc had just purchased a grazing farm for $3,500, and  told tlie committee he had bought it  I for  hia  two  brothers  in   the  United  States.    The  committee warned  him  to ���������surrender it immediately, which he  agreed to  do with  rrluclancc.  Unknown persons have, seized and  sunk Lord Kingston'?; yacht, the Mee-  lah at Carricl'-on-Shannon, apparently because Lord Kingston entered a  claim   for  $2,000  for   thc  destruction  r   t       - ,. r-   V. r. r.      I. -.   ������*.---.  .-1 r-r-       I-i ������*-       \t J t*      -f", **- r. *\ I. V f T *  Thr rlnim    wai    Kuhr.f-qu-fntly    with* I  drawn, but  no  public  announcement  of this ������t������*p had been made  " Your lunch will he freen bbk!  trnsty at dinner hour tevsaaorrow.  It is wrapped in Para-Sani."  m-%     t~~~   JR-tJRV- ^b������!i    JH* ~S-~%^*A   sWkMk   ^V -do  WRAPPER  Heavy, waxed paper in Household Rolls, with handsome oak  Roller-Box. Para-Sani is cheaper and more convenient th?n  waxed paper in loose sheets and  the paper is of better quality.  Keeps in the Moisture, keeps out the -Germs  r*-r-rj. f**'y-,'|  ~~~-&t  1 *U -.*  To Include Women  Ottawa.���������-An act lo Incorporate tUf-  Artny und Muvy Vetcram; in  Cunau'i  xr.i.  '.iviejr.ekd by a committee of the  -���������Ollinieili;,  tei  provide:  fen*  tile*;  inclusion  ,.  f ..     r-.t    ���������   ...     "rr        A w-.t  ,   ���������   *;  .  Para-Sani is moisture-proof, air-proof, germ-  ���������nroof     S^nHxKnr-'rioc'   r-^V^c-   hr*pr������H   rhftwe* rin  r****-������  Ilcept fresh and wholesome if wrapped in Para-  Sani. Para-Sani will save many times its cost by  preventing waste.  on  Para-Sani   cent   prepaid  receipt of Price or C.O.D.  41b. Koll with Holler Box, $'������.b0  31b. K..U with Uollrr liiix.. 2.20  4!b. Kol! without Box .... 1.60  jib. Koii without uox .... i.30  21b. Roll without Box 90  jm.k a. h>.--4-CxJ-i\-{~P x~-*J-Jli  175 McDermot Ave. Enat  WINNIPEG, Mnn.  ���������B  lii^mjlX.^1,0 ts^ieW 1 jj.jxkn,-.'.  I'/.vA'.VAW-aftt*"*.*^^  ?. :*2&ij,-? \i.lSJtU>/r!tx,  wVwM  rit0i*vi*mww*m*x*mis*tiimuiHiim*mim m 111 e ������������������ 11 it--lj>(-w W WiiW'-t ���������eJWiW)������,M*l*IW������i*ff t^vm^Vtm^^wtfVmmma**  *!^!!t^*t.'^w!t'WM*****t w-tfli,lwWH^  wi-awii-Wii^i-w* -yjwiwtw  p^^~pmf^m r#^w***#t*^^ n^m^y^m,**^  |e*in ���������e-nme-HWi  .__,.-. -.���������JMMiK'W^^  m.j*,u ��������� i. ��������� ������������������������������������ ��������� ���������. ��������� :,mi ,iWI mwimii i ii������ii-ffiUf^PwlMriffi)WKllrfflt^     1ih-'V').*--'fr*-*1:---*,lW " '      "***"  WgW^Wr-Wr-vrrMij-fl*^  *erMrM*t**������*S-������*l^  '    " ' "JJ*1 ��������� -..^-rrrrr-r.-^rsir .r THE  CBESTCK  BEVIEW  ���������'31  Local and Personal  Birth���������On June 11th, to Mr. and  Mrs. B. Bidder, a son.  Piano Fob, Sal-jB���������Erard piano, in  good condition, $250. J. A. P. Crompton, Creston.  Fob, Sajle���������Ranch horse, weight  about 1200, sound and quiet. Enquire  Review Office.  Mrs. and Miss Castle of Trail are  Creston visitors this week, guests of  Mr, and Mrs. Couling.  Bring your old tires and any rubber  goods needing repairing to C. Olsen at  Embree's Garage, Creston.  Mrs. T. M. Edmondson left on Monday for Keveistoke, where she wiii  spend the next week or ten days.  Fob Sale Early cabbage plants  and Danish Bullhead cabbage plants,  75c. per 100.   R. Stewart, Creston.  F. E. Loveday, manager of the Fruit  Growers' Union, was a business yisitor at Nelson the early part of the  week.  J. E. Irvin of Vancouyer was a Creston visitor a few days the early part  of the week, the guest of his son-in  law, O. tS, Garland.  Mrs. McLeod of Trail arrived on  Tuesday on a visit to her son, R. J.,  who is at present confined to his home  with a sprained ankle.  Piano Fob Sale���������Heintzman, in  excellent condition, would give reasonable terms tc responsible party.  Apply Mrs. L. M. Kennedy,  Creston.  Fob Sale���������6 h.p. Big Chief gosoline  engine in perfect condition* 1 horse,  broken single, double and saddle;  two Shorthorn milch cows. Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel,  Father Hartroan, late of Prince  Rupert, who succeeds Father Desmar-  ais in charge of Holy Cross Church  and other parishes, took his first services in Creston on Sunday.  Rev. R. E. Pow of Cranbrook, a  former pastor of Creston Presbyterian  church, took both services here on  Sunday, and was favored with quite a  good trunout on both occasions.  Miss Erma Hayden, who has been at  the state girls college at Corvallis,  Oregon, since September, returned on  Saturday, having successfully completed her first year's course at that  institution.  At their meeting on Briday the  Women's Institute decided to abandon  ihe flower show planned for next  month. Owing to the backward season largely there was a rather slim  list of entries.  For his visit on Sunday, July 4th,  Rev. J. S. Mahood announces that  Christ Church service on that occasion  will be in the evening at 7.30. He will  be at Sirdar in the morning for a communion seryice.  . Hon. W. J. Bowser, leader of the  opposition in the B.C. legislature, will  discuss the issues of the day at a  public meeting in Mercantile Hall tomorrow (Saturday) night. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock prompt.  Some new sidewalk construction is  under way this year, the walk being  extended up Victoria Ave. to the  Crompton and Stocks residences, as  well as around Holy Cross church  corner to the Ebbutt and F. H. Jackson premises.  Excavation work is now under way  for the new Peekin moving picture  theatre, which will be erected on Can-  Horse Shoeing,*Blaoksmithing  Woodwork  Having engaged W. H. Watcher  in the shop I am now in a position  to give -juiok and efficient work in  all iines of Blacksmithin^ and  Woodwork.  We carry on hand at, all times  Shafts. Poles. Wiiiifivrre'-s, Neok-  yokeH. K'rviv.--] (rrrtb-**-,. Out t hooks  -in**], in f.-tct., <*\ -tvtiling in onr line.  All work guaranteed  of tho best,  ���������riirl   'Iit    lr,'e*fri.if    llveeif'    r,y\r't.tt  yon Street, near the Embree garage.  The building will be 90 x 40 feet, two  storeys, the bottom floor being ior the  theatre, while the second floor will be  ayailable for dances, etc. In our next  issue we hope to be able to giye a full  description of the new theatre building, which will be up-to-date throughout.  An added feature to the Get-Together celebration on Friday next is a  prize of $10 for the best decorated  automobile, which parade will take  place in front of the grandstand in the  afternoon. As there are at least sixty  or more ears in the Valley it is expected the competition will be quite keen,  with many competitors.  R. McLeod, of the S. A. Speers  store, had the bad luck to sprain his  ankle during Sunday's ball game, and  is taking an enforced vacation. In.  his absence Jas. Cook is being re-initiated into mercantile life. E. C  Gibbs, who met with the mishap about  fiye weeks ago, will likely be back on  the job at the postoffice next week?  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each   month    at    Mercantile ~  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  ARLY NEXT MONTH we move into our new premises and we are taking advantage of this special occasion  to close out some lines that we will not handle in future, as well as to considerably reduce other stocks in  which we find ourselves over-supplied. Too, in appreciation of your valued patronage we believe this is an  opportune time all round to give tangible expression to this appreciation, and likewise extend timely assistance in  helping you reduce the high cost of living. Everything in the store will be sold at reduced prices, and we guarantee all to be real Mawson Brothers' quality. The prices speak for themselves���������compare them with the mail order  houses if you will. The SALE IS SPOT CASH, and we will not be able to deliver goods during the sale. The  lines enumerated are but a few of the sterling values offered, and all of them on "wanted" merchandise. Read  them over carefully���������and shop early if you would be sure of the best selection.  Gents'Furnishings  Here are many lines that are  everyday needs, hut certainly will  not he available at these figures  after the 26th. Our Lightweight  Underwear values remind of prewar times almost- hut vou Tnu-Bt  see the goods to appreciate them  fully.  Men's Penman's No. 71 Merino  Underwear, medium weight,  wool and cotton mixture, reg.  per suit 2.75 $ 2 45  Men's   Balbriggan   Underwear,  -     1 65  reg. per suit 1.80 at.  Men's Porus Combinations, reg.  $2 at     1 So  Men's White Hose. reg. 50c.  at  3 pairs    1 15  Ten Per Cent, off all Dress Shifts.  Men's Cotton Work Hose, reg'.  45c. at 3 pairs _ -     I 10  Ten Per Cent off all other Hose.  Men's Pigskin Glove, reg. 1.50 at   1 35  Men's Horsehide front   Gloyes,  reg. 2,35 at  2 00  Men's    Horsehide   Gloves,  reg.  2.00 at  1 80  Men's "Gauntlets, reg. 2.35 at  2 00  Men's Gloves, reg. 1.75 at  1 55  Cotton   Gloves, reg. 25c. at four  pairs        85  Cotton    Gloves,  reg.   40c.  at  3  pairs     1 00  Men's  Work  Shirts, khaki, reg.  2.25 at     1 95  Men's   Work   Shirts,  blue, reg.  2.00 at     1 85  Men's   Work  Drill   Shirts, reg.  1.65 at     1 45  Men's   Ties, smart  designs, reg.  1.75 at     1 50  Men's ties, reg. 1.50 at     1 25  A few lines of Sweaters and Winter  Undeiwear going at Cost.  Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas at Cost.  EXTRA SPECIAL in  iem, Perfect SeaB & Economv Se  With the Preserving Season upon us this offering in Sealers is  both timely and economical  *n*U/j.������rt       rmrxrxrlr.       ..r.i I       4V V. V*V VT O.       I\4:  X UCOO     Qyiyjyto      .V XXX     iw ������ ������ . .-���������  1st, and all we ask is that you pay at least half the purchase price  now and the balance when you take delivery of the Sealers on or  before July 10th.    Here are the prices���������  GEM PERFECT SEAL  Pints, reg. 1.75, at $ 1 50 ���������Pints, reg. 1.85, at  $ 1 65  Quarts, reg. 2.00, at    1 75     Quarts, reg. 2.10, at...;     1 85  Half-gallons, reg. 2.50, at    2 15     Half-gallons, reg. 2.65, at    2 35  We have only 100 Dozens of them on order, and cannot hold out  any hope of anywhere near duplicating these prices later.  loots  'WAV  W. MORROW  CKKSTON.  .\ e i W   '. H   I  lee;   1 uue-   I.e>  pill  Hi   VDlir  order for a  A *���������������,       XT        .tt���������>e  Trousers ~~ Overalls  We defy you to buy Blue Striped  Overalls anywhere at the price  shown here. Other goods are  equally economically quoted.  Dress Tvvef'd Trousers, reg. 5.50  at $ 4 05  Dress Tweed  Trousers, reg. 8.25  at     7 45  DresR Tweed  Trousers, reg. 7.75  at     6 95  Dress Tweed   Trousers, reg. 7.50  at     0 05  Rie.wn He I'-'-- Ti'oiiHi'i-s, rot*. 10.50  at. V. !    l) 05  IMue Stripe Overalls, reg. 3.00 at 2 Ki  Khaki ('ombina.lionK, reg. 5.50 at 4 05  ('e.ltonade   Panth, reg. 3.50 at  3 10  Black   Denim Prints, reg. 2.75 at 2 35  I'lue-   hiiiim    Paiit.K, n-g. 2.85 at 2 15  Uhu: D-iiiin Overall*), reg. 3.00 at 2 85  Mi'iH    t.wo-pieeM*    Khaki   HnitH.  I e-g. ���������"i.50 al.  5 2e*i  Peruse this list carefully. Our  Print and Flannelette values excel  mail order house rfferings, while  all the other lines are equally advantageously priced.  Prints,   guaranteed,   light   and  dark coiors, reg. per yd, 35c. at..$  .29  Flannelettes, striped. 27 and 28  inch, reg. per yard 40e, at    32J  Flannelette, striped. 32 inch, reg.  50c, at _  39J  Curtain   Scrim,  Ecru,  reg,  per  yard 40e, at  32i  Cheese Cloth, reg. per yd. 15c, at.. 13  Cotton, White, reg- per yd. 40c, at 31  Cotton, Unbleached, reg. per yd.  35c, at      28������  Bed Ticking, reg. per yd. 50c, at     424  Glass Towelling, reg.  per yard  55j, at      47J  Crash Towelling, reg.   per yard  45c. at        36  Linen  Towelling, reg. per yard  45c. at        30  Turkish Towels, colored, reg. per  pair 1.50, at     1 25  Turkish Towels, white, reg. per  pair 85c, nt        75  Turkish Towels, colored, reg. per  pair 95c, ut        85  Ladies' Wear  Ladies' Silk Waists, White, roc.  4.50, nt $ 3 85  Ladies' Silk Waists, Flesh, reg,  0.75, at    5 85  Ladies'  Silk Waists,   Rose,  reg.  0.50, at :    5 75  Ladies' Cotton Hose, reg. 35c, nt..}-)*.   25  Ladies' Sunshine Silkolino mercerized  Hose, in  brown, white  and black, reg. 75c, at 2 pairs..    1 25  All other Ladies' Goods ut 15% OIL  Girls' and Boys' Hose 10% OIL  We are particularly proud of fche  savings we offer you in Staple Groceries. Especially note the price  MAWSON'S BEST TEA. Due  to being overstocked our sale price  on St. Charles Cream could hardly  be duplicated wholesale today.  St. Charles Cream,  small, reg. 2  for 35c. at 7 for $1; per case....$ 7 25  Roman Meal, reg. 40c, at      32������  Tillson's Scotch Oatmeal, reg. 40c  at _      32J  Featherlight Baking Powder, 5  lb. tin, reg. 1.60. at    1 35  Featherlight Baking Powder, 24  lb, tin, reg. 90c, at        75  Black Tea, bulk, reg. 70c lb, at....       60  Black Tea, bulk, reg. 60c lb, at....       52  Blue Ribbon Ten, reg. 75c lb, at  2 pounds    1 35  Mawson's Best Tea, reg. lb. 85c,  at 3 pounds    2 25  Heinz Baked Beans, reg. 2 for  35c, -it        15  Heinz Baked Beans, reg. 30c, at..       25  JAMS���������Raspberry and Apple or  Strawberry and Apple, reg.  1.25, at    1 10  LARD���������Carsten's Washington  Brand, Pure, reg. 3 lbs $1.30 at  $1.15; 5 lbs,, reg. 2.25. at    2 00  SOAP���������Sunlight,, reg. 40c. pkg.,  at 2 pkgs        05  This is but a fair sample of the  way prices have been cut in Footwear, and you know the Beatty  Brand Shoe well enough to realize  that you are getting the best value  at uettei" feiiai! roctC uOuuCui prices.  Our other shoe offerings are equally  meritorious.  Men's Damer-Lumsden "Beatty  Brand" Mahoganv Shoes, reg.  10.50 at   $ 8 65  Men's Tan Grain Blucher Work  Shoes. 10 in, top, reg. $10.50 at 8 65  Men's Tan Grain Blucher Work  Shoe,   medium    height,   reg.  8.50 at.  ���������     7 75  Men's Oxfords, reg. 5.50 afc    4 45  Boy's High Top Shoes, sizes 10  fco 13, reg. 4.25 at      3 15  All other Shoes Ten Per Cent. Off.  Owing to the late arrival of  summer we were liable to find ourselves overstocked in these, but  with $2 Boater Straws going at  95c, and other lines priced right,  these will nofc take long to move.  Men's Boater Straw Hats, reg.  2.00, at  $  Men's Peanut Straw Hats, reg,  50c, at    Men's Peanut Straw Hats, reg.  60c, at    Men's Chip Straw Hats, reg. 1.50  at ���������    1 30  Men's Panama Hats, reg, 3.50 at   2 95  15% off all Felt Hats.  95  45  50  Dishware   j* H    /%     i^ ���������  ���������  I ii i y a N' K W N<" A I. V. WILLI A M -S  it.A     '���������" *      ' t\ f      *' ' '      *": i'bl '������������������''" ���������>' '*���������  profits*    I    liliy   ej| ������������������'���������(���������',    Iriiln    l.lie;  f.ie't eery  LAI.'.,     ereuu ju     o uue >i.   *-. a     y/ .   yj  *i nd  -\t'i- it  I    } i: ��������� \ '���������   11'>    i'i lie l ���������������������������e-t ie.n   -.-.'iill     t le-  W ill i'l   1 Y.e !;��������� i   ' .''i,  ���������O      ������������������"V       9���������'  ^*-mm *tt -tm vt*���������\    -t    \  -xtt-m S\xmW~i-������x*Ym  V���������/**. *^-_.^������ 0 "*���������    J   1     \   S   I     i     mtLllH  Bathing Suits  Me*i.''*i U il hint' Snii s  1.75.  at  M.-I.'e  \JV)  !'/''���������>'-    I '..ti fiifij.' .Suit n,  iej.'.  LOO, .il  I Ji I *,   -.      .^'Illlllll'l     ,tl*l   ���������-.������������������ V  *.,     I.If,    rll.  Mixing Bowls, reg. 80c. at ���������$   .65  Bread Mixer, Universal No. 4  reg. 4.50 at    3 05  Milk PiiiK tin, reg. 75e. nt.         65  Preserving Kettles, reg. 90c. aud  1.50 nt -        75  10 and 15 Por Cent, off all other  Disliware.  Tin Dippers, reg. 25c. at        15  15 and 20 Por Cont. off Granitewaro.  Building Materials  White Building Paper, reg. 1.80  at ��������� ���������$ 1.65  Tar Papar, reg. 2.00 at    1.85  Everlastic Roofing, reg. 4.90 at,. 4 35  Woveloid Roofing, reg. 5.25 at.... 4 75  Axes, double bitted, reg. 2.35 at   1 95  Axe Handles, reg. 75c. at      65  Garden Tools, 10 Per Cent. Off.  Paint Brushes, reg. 60c. at        55  Whitewash Brushes, reg, 40c. at       30  Wire Screening  30 inch Wire Screening, reg. per  yard 40c. ut $  32-inch Wire Screening, reg. per  yard 45o. at   36-inch Wire Screening, leg. per  yard 50c. at   .33  38  K.itliiiig   Suit-  rll  l/i'i-V,   ie if.  ������''K.  I  50  Mile  ���������15  Hn  '*'- I1.  FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all GROCERY  OKIJiVrvS of llvi(i .uOjji^iviv.S ami over.  Clover Leof n**/��������� CUPS & SAUCERS  reg. $3.oG tpe.it' di*-..- al $2.DC  A line of Dinner Plates in the Willow Pattern and  other designs,  reg. 30c. ai 15c.  Lamps and Oil Stoves  Table  Lamps, with large shade,  reg. 4.50 at $ 3 95  Stand Lamps, reg. 1,25 at        05  2-Burnei-   Perfection   Oil  Stove  reg. 20.00 at  18 50  3-Bnrner   Perfection   Oil   Stove  reg. 25.50 at  22 50  Baskets  Clothes Bin ItetM, reg. 2.50 at .lH 1 115  Clothes BiiHketN, reg. 3,00 at    2 45  Pishing Baskets, reg, 4.50 at    3 05  jFinhiiig  Bafket.N, reg, fi 00 ut.     I 45  J j te)  1 t'l* V-.i_.ee I. >n������ .tie,  if i.'.iuli^;   1 .ll'.i.H'.  f      W^      W^ A~mui~m  -     -f     tea      f  ��������� * mX. 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