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 ���������m  9   JV  Mfif-18wz0    ���������   /  'ov!a<**! l^.  *'jr  aPlSO  Vol. XII.  #=  CRESTON, B.,a, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920  No. 11  .*���������  @3@B^p������SBB  Smrtxa  ���������4-U.**.    1������4.*U  auiia  -uu  v.vrB.vi.  A* ft   UID  While at mviixT. xi*  "Sat-arkay Alfred Sneaker had the mis  fortune to miss his footing the mishap  causing his leg to come  in  contact  with the saw and badly cut  heel resulting.  A start was made last -week on road  repair work in this section with 'the  filling up of the dump near the school-  house with gravel, This was a very  bad spot, eyen Ford cars sometimes  being stalled in it.  Keith Wbimster of Winnipeg spent  the week-end with his brother, Bert,  en  route  to ' the. Penticton  section  where he expects to go fruit farming.  The United Farmers are expecting a  good turnout at the meeting on Monday night, when a report from the  municipal committee is expected, as  well as" fuller information on the irrigation project.  F. E. Loveday., the new manager of  Creston Fruit Growers' Union, was a  yisitor through here one day last  week, making the acquaintance of  Union   shippers  and  sizing  up crop  . .x. Jt -inni*.  pi-u*3p*ct;ira tur x.*yatr.  The rain which has prevailed the  first half of the week*'while disastrous  to bridge construction has proved  ample moisture to keep growth going  along until June, The cherry trees  are in bloom* and if the show of  bloom and the prospect for more of it  materializes this year's fruit harvest  will be a banner one.    ..__.'  Mr. and Mrs. L. Faulkner, who have  spent the past four months with the  latter's parents in Florida, returned  the latter part of the week.  The hot "Weather of Thursday and  Friday last produced a heavy raise in  the waters of the Goat River, the  flood being so high that the section of  the "Base work carrying two sections  of the new bridge were washed out,  and with the hpavy rains that have  prevailed since the balance of the temporary underpinning is also in grave  danger of going out also Foreman  Campbell and crew have taken eyery  precaution to save the situation, and  Engineer Ramsay has been wired to  come and look the situation over,  with a yiew to deciding upon -the immediate future operations.  Board of Trade  m\?0.*mTdasm*    I-i ������&-h W*   (t-mrnxm.   * ������***     "-WU^J*  Wesi Creston  Eighteen members answered roll  call at the May meeting of Creston  Board of Trade which convened on  Tuesday night, with President Constable in charge, and a considerable  grist of new and. unfinished business  was very satisfactorily disposed of,  after the Tmnutes of tht preyipus  meeting had been road and adopted.  Under the head of committee reports, Chairman Garland announced  that the finance committee was arranging for doings on Dominion Day  in order to raise funds to take care of  pressing   financial   obligations.     For  was decided to offer a Board of Trade  cup, which will be awarded in some  class and upon conditions which will  be drawn up by the agriculture committee. It was also decided to contribute a prize of $10 for the best collection of photographs of the district, the  lot to be no less than a dozen, of  which four are to be of the flats, and  the negatives of the first-prize winner  to be placed at the board's disposal.  As the proposed yisit of a delegation  of Vancouyer business men here in  July a motion was unanimously  adopted that they be inyited to make  a stop at Creston and a suitable reception be tendered them. The secretary will write the Vancouver board  for definite information as to the date  of the proposed pilgrimage.  the publicity section Chairman Ben-  In the discussion of the Beclamation  not*-   r^r-.r*.  Championship  at  iranhro  VICTORIA DAY  24  will be a Red Letter Day in  East Kootenay's  metropolis  with Calgary and prairie  horses.  May has seen some activity in moving operations this year. Mr. Dunn,  who has been on the G. M. Benney  ranch for the past year, has moved on  to the Logan farm, and Angus Currie  is now in charge of the Benney ranch  and getting ready to do considerable  land clearing.  H. 5. Peterman is "another who wiii  clean up a few acres this year, and has  just purchased a hand "&" stumping  machine.  School inspector F. G. Calvert of  Nelson made an official yisit to this  section the'fore part of the week, accompanied by R. S. Smith, investigating the recently-made request that a  school be established on this side of  tha Kootenay.  Mrs. Peterman and young son are  home fv~~s. Creston.  :- Frank Tompkins is getting ready to  plant four acres of the river bank to  potatoes this year.  ��������� Mr, Dunn attended the Broderick  sale .at Gxie&-������n;c>i. Satui^a-y^-^t������has-  ing a few head of stock.      '  Chas. Meakin has been busy the  past week stump pulling on his own  and Jim Moores' place. Joe Stephens  has the greater part of the Smith  place seeded.  C. C French had a serious breakdown in his motor spraying outfit last  week, but expects to finish in a day or  two.  Everybody looks happy these days  with assurance from Victoria that the  new ferry is to be located at Goat  Riyer, and that we are to haye a  school by the time the September  teim opens. With these advantages  West Creston will shortly come into  its own.  Parties who have the opinion the  flats will not flood extensively this  year may be surprised to know that  the winter's snowfall at the head of  Corn Creek is reported to total almost  nine feet.  Mrs. Albert Moores and little daughter of Coleman, Alta., are guests of  Mrs. Jim Moores.  Tournament with Waldo, JTei-  nie and Cranbrook out for  championship honors.  note repor-i/6u on various enquiries  coming in for information on Creston  Valley, including one from the Carnegie library, Vancouver, asking for a  supply of pamphlets descriptive of  this section, the librarian stating they  had enquiries almost every day from  visitors who wished to learn something of the Valley and its possibilities. For roads and bridger Chairman  Swanson stated that iu an interview  with Engineer Ramsay on the occasion of his last visit here that official had promised to supply the committee with all possible information as  to 1020 public works operations in the  Valley as soon ae Mr. Ramsay had  been adyised by the department.  Communications were read on several matters including one from the  Windermere board of trade notifying  that the proposed East Kootenay  board's conference would likely be  held on May 28th and ^th, at Invermere. Messrs. Hayes and Constable,  were chosen as Creston's representatives at the gathering, and it is expected that if the trip *can be made by  -auto at that time #iat at least two  others will go along.'  C.P.R. Supt, Maharg  notified   that  he would possibly be paying Creston  an dfficial visit the latter part of the  week, and would like to meet a committee of the board, to   discuss  any  matters they would like to present.  The   ti asportation  committee, consisting of Messrs. Rodgers, Adlard and  R. B. Staples will interview Mr, Maharg, and among other things will ask  for more satisfactory auto loading and  unloading        equipment,      increased  freight    handling    facilities,     water  at the stockyard, a telegraph operator  to give a better commercial telegraph  service, and the putting of the station  on  town   time.   Just at present thc  C.P.R. contemplate having the station  open at 0.45 and closing at 6.45 town  time.    It is felt that when the fruit  shipping season is on the opening of  the   telegraph   office   particularly   at  about   10 in the morning  would   be  quite   disasterous, while in  the shipping   and    roceiyinp   of   freight   the  hours would  also be decidedly inconvenient.,  In connection   with  the fall fair it  r.fxxxr*X.X-       ������Xd~*.XX^ *X  MJstOB*  ixjrz^r.  ASLS goo  Ruby  -.?������>���������_���������   wjl.H TM.   vlMiliei'  .Finiay cf Cranbrook,  lot* hei"**? last' Whikk witii  her sister, Mrs. Liddicoatt, has returned home.  C. H. and S. S. Phillips haye gone  back to Cranbrook, but will be here  again in about ten days with their  equipment to start clearing operations  on the land just lately acquired from  Col. Lister,  Clarence Embre of Creston has been  awarded the contract of erecting the  commodious new bungalow on the  Col, Lister farm, and commenced  building operations this week.  pressed the opinion that sufficient evidence was accumulating that would  make it safe to assume that the C.P.R.  was now seriously considering taking  a hand in the project and a  was made that the board should approach the company with a view to  encousaging them to acquire the area  and proceed to develop it. Opinion on  this new turn to drainage effort, however, was quite divided and if. the end  the motion was defeated by a heavy  contrary yote, which fayored leaving  a decision in the case with the Reclamation committee.  - The latest arrival at Lister is Major  Booth, who hails from Cobble Hill,  Vancouyer Island. He has been lookr  ing the whole proyince over with a  view of settling in the best spot and  his decision to Era-ike Lister his permanent  home  speaks   well   for   this  nt.vZn i district.     Don't oyerlook the box social at the  Clubhouse on Saturday night. The  committee expects to land a first-class  auctioneer from outside, but if this  fails a crackerjack local man will be  giyen the job.  Alex, Cameron of Coleman, Alta., is  spending a fewdays with Paul Ofner  this week.  E. S. Butte?pfief<PwasTa  visitor with Balfour friends.  week-end1  Lister had a week-end visit from  Hon. E. D. Barrow, minister ol agriculture; Col. Davies, the new chairman of the proyincial land settlement  board,. and a Mr. .Barnard, who* is  with the .Victoria G.W.V.A.        . .: , *  Owing to the preyalance of wafer  on the Creston end the lower -road to  town ������s not at present usauie. Parties'  interested are also notified that the  old trail off the lower road leading-on  past bhe Webb allotment is -also not  i-.p-al--.lo   n-arir-rc tm exi-ontirin r*t tuvt^x -f^*r������/v_   -������     - -O ������������������...������������������.    ���������     .. .-.x.   a.xrg^tr .  ing around that farm.  Lister is to have its first outdoor  celebration on Monday, May 24th.  This was decided at a meeting of those ���������**  interested on Saturday night. There  will be seyeral features to theday and  evening which "are now being worked  out and one of which will be a fine  line of sports for ihe children.   The  the moving spirits of the. affair and  being assisted by a committee cova-  posed of G. Paton, chairman; A. W.  Brain, secretary; and H. Vernon, A.  R. Bernard, E. Noble.  Boxing  Charlie ������T.  McCarthy vs. Clark  will bo the headliners in  the  boxing  feature, and  arc  scheduled  to jjjo   15  Rounds.  CO  .i. I  **-.   mm.  00, tx- .m. ������.���������  Jl     UdlrCl  *LMGi*ill&Ii   vs.  will  figure in the semi-finals.  Rtsi^siiiB - Giicle - Rush Seals  $3        $2  VV. B. Muir was oyer for the whist  and dunce at the Reclamation Farm  on Saturday night.  Mrs. Sinclair Smith has been visiting her mother, at Wynndel for the  past week.  West Creston and Corn Creek enjoyed another social gathering Saturday night, at the Reclamation Faf-in  house. Progressive whist occupied  thc flout part of the evening tho honors being won by Mrs. C. French and  Mr. F. TompkiiiH, while the special  silver cup donated by Sam Speers as a  booby prize was taken by Jim Moores.  We understand this cup has to be won  three times before it becomes the winner's permanent property. Refreshments wore Bervcd at 11. after which  thtm-it-g followed, with imiwiu by the  Corn Creek orchestra, some special  selections being furnished for the  occasion. Matt. Moores favored the  party wiih a comic song, which was  enthu!:i:i;;tically encored. All had a  fine time .".nd certainly Mr. and Mn:.  Tompkins proved ideal entertainers.  The Ladies'. Guild of Christ  Church will hold a  Cosiiitr  r~LH  ���������  mmm  IB  Peekin Theatre  'if '  8.30 p.m.  Theaa sara  in  on  MAY 24  in tho Jt'AKlSJHL HALL  SALE of Sunhonnets. Home  Cookery,Produce, White  Elephants  \r in I    *u * ���������  (ill   li   JVIISS  t  II  ��������������� r  i on  \������  4*  *  iVI IMS  It  Foil Hat.K��������� Heavy work luiiw,  weight. 1700 now, fair condition, my  years olel, intelligent, quiet, ^ood pull-  ,    .     ...-.*��������� . ���������    .   .   ������ ���������,.        (i.������-..r.r a -.  v., ..... ,..,,.,.,.,   .....X..,       ,-..-. ., ..    I,union*, ("iii,ion.  i ~~>jf~  h*~U4-d      t%J,mmAUjHi-V-  Sain Moon has just been appointed  agent for this section for the B.C.  Nurseries Co. of Vancouver,  Trout fishing is here again and two  or three parties were out on the creek  on Sunday last. The water 'was* very  high, and in consequence of which the  catch was light.  Quite a crowd from here was at  Creston for the whist and dance on  Saturday night and report a real good  time. E. S. Butterfield would insist  on bidding on the cakes auctioned���������  and caine home with two of the biggest of them.  Messrs. Cooper and Carlson unloaded  a carload of lumber here this week,  O. J, Wigen left on Tuesdsy on a  business trip to points west.  The first fire of the season was reported on Saturday afternoon at a  point about three miles west of here.  Jim Long was around here rounding  up men to fight the blaze, with Mr.  Wigen's car pressed into seryice to  convey the men to tho scene of the  blaze. With his usual skill Mr. Long  kept the fire well in hand and had it  out by Sunday afternoon.  Mr, Kelly, who was on the Wigen  sawmill crew last season, returned to  Wynndel on Sunday.  Monrad Wigen got his sawmill running again on Tuonday. after a three-  weeks shutdown while he was installing the oyerhead irrigation system  and looking after an extensive export  trade in strawberry plants.  The meeting of the United Farmers  nn Saturday night was rather itooily  attended, duo to Fire warden Jim  Long getting all the men to help fight  a fire about, three miles from here.  The meeting, however was carried on,  and several important questions were  discussed. The roads problem was  taken up and it was decided to name  ii committee and write the nrovinclal  engineer and  arrange   to   have   him j Sunshine Comedy.      Mutt &  ine������!t tin.*   onnuuittee   .eii.l   goovt-t'thc  the Siren of the Nile  Direct from its first  run in Vancouver.  A Picture from History portraying  the world's  first  Naval   Battle���������the  great  naval  hattie  filmed.  first  ever  jjeserL mines wini  Horsemen.  tfUOO  "Cleopatra" in her iiO different  Costumes, and  complete  change of Jewels.  'O'  WHIST DKTVK at 8.30 p.m.  Admission 50c.  DANCIC  at 11  p.m.-  Admission 50c.  SUPPKil  .i a.m.  OlUWUllteV  ini.i ii;ir.     J.  wheiii; eliniiiiir.     J. B;lthiC    g.*lV:'    .1   ���������������(>  port of the municipal committee meet  ing aL Cichton   lust Tiic-ttday <*\������-uiuK>  Mr.  lMgott was   iinnlih-   to   at tend, ho  W. J, Cooper presided at. the meet.in-y.  J. 1*. Brooke and K. H. Butterfield are  l������l ...I...M< lOIIIMMllllll ���������'....       ������!.,. ..;..������.  *���������-'**-* .. -.  anil welfare uoimniLlet*  thi*. ineimii.  Jeff Comedy0 Fox News i  'TWELVE'KEELiFS IN  \I^L  .tlm    0A.  N     I  **   ir-* ���������  m   m xm mm ������ % *%-**-*  .tTl I.  T���������r   II   .  00 0T ������ t mi *0 0-  XT      i.Z.44.  tut ���������*->���������  lllUII  IIIIMIIifM  **>!! li          * ������M UK  WVUi  e--*e*&^^-Me-jjA������r*������<r*-j%-������^  ������������i*������-*'*i-'*F������;**"*tM  __~���������..���������.���������  ....��������� mmrTm^id^d..:'-���������  ddtdliMm,.liv44W44>ii-4m0M.  ������iiM)������i.|ii, i ii .fc.irW.'rrrii.'ry.-W ,tXTWtmd4*niltWi4Jimm0m���������m*M  tmrntmsmim. For Good Films  For Canadians to Consider  The national debt of Canada has  now reached a figure of approximately  $3,000,000,000. This is the gross debt.  The net debt, that is after deduction  of assets has been made, is now  around $2,000,000,000. It must be  borne in mind, however, that many  Items included in thc statement of assets are not such in the recognized  commercial meaning of the term; in  fact, no inconsiderable portion of  what are termed assets are, for the  time being at least, more in the nature of liabilities. For example, Canada has some hundreds of millions of  dollars invested in the National Railways, and the latter are regarded aa.  an asset, but as a matter of fact and  common knowledge these railways  are not earning operating expenses,  not to mention interest on the capita! invested in them. Consequently,  in casting up the national balance  sheet, the people must be taxed to  meet both operating deficits and the  whole interest outlay on the money in-  ���������r^,-r **rs."^     *���������       ~+~m JL     -i-l-. ������-.     <~ ���������*-������-\<-**.1.-*r-*       In *-���������%----���������-*��������� /--I ������**     **���������*��������������������������������� H  vr:.,������|.'L,u    4 ti.    d.iii_������     luv-    *l* t,*m/\.-x-.*jp    ���������uwiiu-j    x~x*\m~-  debentures outstanding against these  railways.  For the current year it is estimated  = ������������������ - ������ _ . ��������������� A.i^r-rt f\f\f\ f\r\rs  tnat no less a sum man ���������-*>oou,uu*ji,ju-j  will be required to meet ordinary expenditures, and a further substantial  addition must be made to the national debt to cover certain capital expenditures to which the country is already committed and which cannot be  avoided.  Of this $350,000,000, about SI25,000,-  000 will be eaten up as���������interest on the  putKic debt. In the neighborhood of  $50,000,000 will be required to cover  operating deficits and interest pay-  merits on account of the national railways. Thus these two items alone  will dispose of one-half of the entire  ���������revenue.  Out of thc remaining $175,000,000  some tens of millions must be paid  out in pensions, vocational training  for soldiers, hospital accommodation  and treatment for soldiers, and in various forms of soldiers' civil re-estab-  lishmcnt work. Some millions are to ���������  be spent ir. grants on a population j  basis to thc provinces for highway j  construction; a few millions will be  - used to meet the deficit in the operation of the post office department;  and all the expenses of government,  including the Civil Servicer, administration of J!:-ticr*, militia and police  establishment, sumidies to the provin-  its expenditures to a point where they  can be covered by the revenue. This  country cannot continue living on borrowed money and by going still deeper into debt. There must be national  as well as individual retrenchment.  Instead of getting deeper into debt,  the time approaches when we must  agree to still heavier taxation in.order  to begin the process of liquidating the  national debt, as it is now being done  in Great Britain.  There is nothing in the national situation, however, to despair over or  become pessimistic abut. Canada has  the resources and thc energy and the  ability to meet all its obligations, proceed with its development, and add to  the wealth, prosperity and happiness  of its people. But it cannot be accomplished by continual criticism, by  seeking to tear down existing institutions in order to apply a lot of unbaked theories and untested methods  The world, Canada included, has had  enough of destruction within the past  ' five or six years. What is now neces-  [sary is constructive enterprise, and  that can only be brought about by  work, and by people generally realizing that it is impossible to get something for nothing; that, on the contrary, the present tendency of most  people to be slackers at their job, to  insist upon double the wages formerly  received in return for about half as  much labor and effort on their part,  must be abandoned.  Hard work is in sight for most of  us. If we do not make up our minds  to -undertake such work now, buckle  down to our jobs, and produce to the  maximum of our powers in whatever  occupation we may be engaged, at the  same time cutting out luxuries, and  saving the last possible dollar.���������well,  we are but slightly delaying the time  when dire force of necessity will compel us to do these things, and the longer the delay before doing what we  ought to do, the greater the loss and  the more severe the penalty will be.  If vve don't eliminate luxuries. and  Manitoba Takes Lead in Encouraging  British and Canadian  Sentiment  Thc Good Films Committee dr:-ire  to go on record as being hea-'.tiy in  accord with all movements >- siding to  raise the standard of Mr'ion Picture  entertainments in Mar'.i-ba with a  view to encouraging Ciitislf and Canadian sentiment aud. clean ideals of  family life.  The committee urge ������ closer co-operation between the board of censors  and the citizen in order that the public may have a fuller understanding  of  the  wide-spread  influence  of   this  1*e?1 iv*5m**".c.*31    frtfrr*.   *r-s-?   -���������r.f---r*���������**r\tr:     *������������������-.!���������?-*���������*���������**��������� 1*5   ?***:  undoubtedly.doing much to mould the  sentiment of the rising generation.  It is strongly advocated that constantly recurring ideas and suggestions in pictures dealing with seduction and infidelity; shady methods of  divorce; vicious underworld characters and methods of life; sex immorality; and the depiction of assault upon women be suppressed.  The lead taken by Manitoba in this  connection might well be followed by  the other prairie provinces. The educational value of the moving picture  is second only to our newspapers, and  it is therefore of paramount importance tlint pictures deT)ictin*nr only the  highest and best ideals should be  shown. Let everyone interest themselves in helping to raise the standard  of motion picture productions.  -mLt-\mJLW>*m������m    \m~t-~~\r!  Imperial Mica Asia Grease and Imperial Eureka Harness  Oil. insure long life for wagons and harness. Put up  in convenient sizes and sold by dealers everywhere.  Irwuerial Mica Imperial Eureka  Axle Grease flames* Oil  ���������not only lubricates* but smooths keeps  harness   straps   and   tuKS  0.x.         e        . ~u    m. 4   m jt %...~. pliable and strong, prevents cs*ack-  the surface of. the asle and hub f;ng and breakjn| <& pitches.    It  ���������with a coating of powdered micas, preserves harness against the action  thus reducing friction and lessen- oi sweat, moisture and dust, also  t       mt. '    xmZ'.m    ~������    \.rt~.mm   rtmA *ward8 off Insects,   imperial Eureka  Ing  ths   strain   on   horses   and Harnet, 0i| impart, R rich, black,  h���������mmrt 1...:���������- c-s.s.  euuSwi aauiuig  uuneu  SMTERIAI. "MADB IN CANADA" F&GDUCTS  ���������������������:!������*  i#i^i-5Kil*^^  :***-'-^*Sv*$  ,;r-'->'^'S''*.:*^ *:-*' -?A-jL,  National Research Institute  ���������23*  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Wise men always do a little hust-**  ling on their own account while waiting for good luck to come and pay  them a visit.  He Has Tried Them  And Got Results  :Y   A. J. MACLEOD   PRAISES  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  ce-**, and a  devolvine  rri-T:'.  ir.r.s  Th; ;<���������*���������  ?*i:*;n.v,"-*- *  dr-e of ' *  all th-.r-  C-o .'-..*���������*. i'i r-r  por.;-iii/ :  bc in���������:.'.Ar  dit>.'r**.s r,  very la;:*-!  j. *-r .*-,*���������*. a.     <".  i t*ic  l-T-Or  '.tiplicily or  ���������e   Federal  services  Oovcrr.-  the bv.r-  *���������*   ���������*'i-������el  ������������������: e--ri ..���������,*.���������. si y  -. und .:;*.-  Ucy   may  -I  ''>:pcn-  save now; if we still think we can  produce less and consume more; if  we continue to delude ourselves that  we can indefinitely continue to receive  double pay for half as much work,  nothing can prevent hard times. If  such times come as a result of our  folly, we will not only do without luxuries, but may find ourselves hard  pressed to obtain necessities.  There is only one solution, in Canada as elsewhere. It is not theorizing; it is work���������hard, practical, productive -.vork.  Nova Scotia Man Gives the Reason  Why He Advises Sufferers From  Kidney Trouble to Use Dodd's Kidney Pills.  River Dennis, N.S.? April 26th. ���������  (Special.)���������"Dodd's kidney pills helped nie wonderfully. My back is better and as I haven't taken any other  medicine since starting to take them,  they must have done mc a lot of  good."  In these words, Alexander J. MacLeod, a well-known resident here  gives his reason why he praises  Dodd's Kidney Pills and why he saeys,  "I would advise anybody who has  kidney trouble to give Dodd's Kidney  Pills a trial."  The reason Dodd's Kidney Pills arc  popular all over Canada is that people  have tried them and found them good.  Dodd's Kidney Pills have been in use  in Canada for more than thirty ycars  They have been used by thousands of  people suffering from various forms  of kidney trouble*, such as rheumatism,  dropsy, sore back, weakness, diabetes  and Bright's disease.  Ask any one of these thousands to  give you his opinion of Dodd's Kidney  Pills. It is on the relief afforded sufferers from kidney trouble that  Dodd's .Kidney Pills have built their  reputation as the sovereign remedy  for sick kidneys.  Institution Would Meet The Requirements for Developing the  Natural Resources  Plans for the establishment of a  national research institute for Canada,  were before the commons committee j  on scietific research recently. It was  recommended that a site of at least 5  acres should be secured near Ottawa  and a building of laboratory type four  stories in height, to c-ost $500,000 to  be erected.  The scientific instruments required  wouid cost approximately $100,000 aad  salaries would require about $100,000  per annum.  This institute would be similar to  the bureau of standards at Washington and the Mellon institute at Pittsburgh. It was felt that such an institution would meet the .most pressing requirements for developing natural resources and make provision for  assistance to Canadian industries.  A bill covering the establishment of  such an institution is to be drafted by  a sub-committee composed of-Dr. S.  B. Steele, Dr. Thompson (Yukon),  and Dr. R. J. Manion (Fort William),  who will report back to thc committee.  Lift off Corns!  Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezes*������  costs only a few cents.  \  \    ?  \  Minard's   Liniment  where.  for   sale   every-  r 1 ���������. 0 -  if:  1.0-  r  I r . ���������**  I.V.-  i'.;r*  'ian  Nutmegs are kernels of the fruit of  a tree cultivated in Sumatra, Java and  the West Indies. The shape and size  of this fruit resembles a peach, and  ���������when ripe, it easily splits in two parts,  showing tiie kernel (or nutmeg) and  ma co, which surrounds it.  Demand foi* Men Better  More Drastic Methods  If the Sinn Fciners were carrying  on operations under the stars and  stripes, instead of thc Union Jack, the  whole Sinn Fein movement, like ancient Gaul, could bc divided into three  parts���������onc part in the graveyard; one  part in the penitentiary; and the other part in process of being shot into  the cells or thc cemetery.���������Toronto  Telegram.  With your fingers! You can lift off  any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the hard skin  calluses from bottom of feet.  _ A tiny bottle of "'Freezone" costs  little at any drug store; apply a few  drops upon the corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then shortly  you lift that bothersome corn or  callus right off, root and all, without  one bit of pain or soreness. Truly!  No humbug!  Canada Secures Orders in Roumania  The Canadian Association of Woollen Manufacturers has secured order*  in Roumania to the value of $2,500,000.  The association sent an agent to Roumania to handle lines of Canadian  woollens in south-eastern  Europe.  It is jus I fifty years since the method of grinding wood as raw material  for paper was introduced in the Unit-  re 1  Sr..,.'<",.  A Food TJiat Builds/  .A staunch food made af  ���������-m 4,  w-W'v.  *-m *������������������*.-i 4~~.-\*x.  ,-A       ������������������������*V*,*> ������������������*   % 4- 0m m-m f-x. f^   -y^m*}   *x** *-  Sti tf    -   ���������HI*, "1"-'       ���������*-**.-!. mmm*-      --������ *X,mmm~m tm XS*t~i  -Xfrn .mm* v������a.   r-tt.-W**-*    W -y  ir-ea-rly to cent .-easily di-r/-ested.  and mil of sound *w>urishinen*t  j.oir -ttiOH-M   who worn,   v-vitau  brain or hretwa thore is no  xx Lkxtxxx  [   ._ m.imt.���������\ . fv.  L^J!^^1*!!!?!!*.*!!  -4 xx......  MJ-V X lALZt  irx     --I*      ������     ~0        W Af  -mt   irX    .0-*S*4- I*****-.   **Jm-l      1 X)    ~t   ft.I*,  jl~0.. OCXXXAMJUtiS X  -UH   X-XX.*^I  4* 4 i-l mm.    i tt t  -.Ll. drvy *.-������(/"���������*.   Jld4x.  "lift  urA rl  '������������������'"*     , ���������       -         -  ..���������..  'M.si-mi ~~M'K~*   JX, -%   --*. tjtvJf   M MJLt-rX y.j.j  \%*mm  Sold   by  Grocers  M*****.*!-*?* hy '���������r*-.'i4*'**!n^.5������-*v--rn i^tr?-** CT,-l*ti.'t^J\,'^xlixi^,(y.-Ai  liltlllr'''^^  ***-*"'*    m^   IfCV-SZmm-fS  34,440 Workers Were Placed During  Month of March  The employment situation in Canada is improving, according to figures  published in the Labor Gazette for  April. Thc employment service connected with the department of labor  placed altogether 34,400 people in employment during tlie month of March  and received 41,700 applications for  employment. The .department was  notified of SH.^OO varancien. All these  ii-.airca represent an increase over the  previous month and the previous year  There was a steady increase in employment iu all provinces except thc  prairies, where a decline "wa3 reported.  There was lcs3 loss of time due to  .striken In March, 22 strikea were re-  llfert-'r*l     in*���������>-������������������������������������,Iirmic*   "I -TOO   v*,<~r.rt]c   ���������"���������nt'   TO-  presenting' a loan of 43,169 working  dixy-a. Sixteen strike*-) remained unsettled at the end of the month. Reports  u-rrr rr-^rlvcfl from five roncMlntion  boards and applicatlcuu were -received  for five more. Two boards were ap-  r'i-������inted In nddhlon .0 tlicJ-'C on f-DpH-  Tli* triple ulllance of Germany,  Au-itrli*. und Italy won formed March  13. 1887.  W,  M  Vt   tsii  THB stiirdje' craftsmanship  and materials combined  with beauty of patterns make  thc Silverplate of William  Rogers and his Son stand pre*  eminent in tlie opinions of dia-  cr.rt\mc liuyerfi an "The Best at  the Price.*"  Mule and cuaranued by  WM. ROGERS MFG. CO.  NIAGARA PALLS, ONT.  Qlie Pl'urJi>!~L. .f  WmUiim.U lUriyC-it Ulld tliij ~-rOi ~>  uC7ne jQei- at tfu~ 9W'  -m  mtmmmmtmm  MMr*r������W^r*������-Me-***r-**r*<  .0m0ixxitmimMiiMad������Miaammim/mmt*imimtimt  wmXitt'^mmmmiiim.mmmmiwmmimmm  mtimiimm^t^mmms^iimmiSi  mt^mm wi-t*.**-'***-*'***.'-*'*^ ys4,<4?&\!mimi4mrr4*-mxm'}  ���������jJTfiiiWfl^ffi >'*Mli"������1^'j^^^'M*i ���������nr jmaEw,   cmBSTOK.   a,   a  aaan  vftA   Js>������-������**Hb*?Ss9A Jfc  #1������  xecote  reatvoy  ore������  mtary  San Remo.���������The supreme council of  the allies is fully prepared to execute  the Turkish treaty by military force  8*f Tvl*cdtx-oov-vr  ��������� ������������������...-j.  The council has accepted a plan  drawn up for the employment of the  allied armies by Marshal Foch, Field  Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, British  chief of staff, and general Badoglio,  Italian chief of staff, who were present.  Two hundred thousand allied troops  now are within the borders of the  Turkish Empire, stategically disposed  and these forces can be increaesd, if  Turkish resistance is developed to  any essential number. Greece will  probably supply the largest number of  troops.  Supplementary naval plans were also announced by thc council to which  Baron Beatty, commander of the British Grand Fleet, and Admiral Levav-  asseur, assistant to thc chief of thc  general staff of the French navy, explained the plans in person.  Tlie treaty does not include the final arrangements for mandatory states,  They will simply be cut apart from  Turkey and disposed of by the supreme council in the future.  Thc council has determined to leave  Kurdistan part o������ Turkish territory  for a period of two years and then  decide whether to leave it with Turkey or make it a separate province  under a mandate.  Thc council discussed the composi-  Bridges Damaged  tW.ii to Floods  Coal Stores in Calgary Are Running  Pretty Low  Calgary.���������From information secured from some of the coal operators  in the Drumheller valley served by the  Canadian Northern Railway, it will be  a month before the bridges can be repaired sufficiently for the movement  of traffic. It is stated that there are  sixty-five bridges in a distance of  twenty miles, and that fifteen of them  are in a damaged" condition owing to  the floods. In some -pases the bridges ���������  are submerged to a depth of more  than four feet of water. Coal stores  in Calgary are running pretty low, as  the bulk of thc coal used here comes  from Drumheller. The principal supplies arc now coming from the Edmonton district.  Exhibition Munitions  fl*--** Td       Tdl���������.Vd.^-vr.Ammm?Vi  Question of Compensation for Man  Killed At Parry Sound is  Under Consideration  Ottawa.��������� The Government has a  guarantee that all active munitions  returned from overseas are properly  examined and guaranteed to be harmless before being^'used for exhibition  purposes. This information was given to James Arthurs, of Parry Sound,  in the ho;isc of commons thc ether  day.  Mr. Arthurs asked whether a claim  had been made for compensation for  the death of Mr. Alves, who was killed at Parry Sound fall fair by thc explosion of a trench mortar supposed  to be harmless. Hc was told that  such a claim had been made and that  the question of making provision for  the family of Mr. Alves was under  consideration;  U.S. And Britain Would  -o  Tl       1IT-.I  n-mntt    witn  At*m~T.    99 SUE  ict-st-tettm  uuddia  poind  western;  iHu���������iuH!u���������S ior ^anaua  Canadian Missionary Killed  Dr. Menzies o. Toronto, Slain While  Defending Women in  China  Vancouver.���������A serious situation has  been created in Honan, China, as a  ���������result of the murder by bandits of  Dr. James Menzies, M.D., CM., and  Chao Till, the military governor, has  Sir Auckland Geddes Declares Progress Is Being Made  Cordially  Washington.���������Negotiations between  the State department and the British  foreign office, concerning the proposed re-opening of trade relations with  soviet Russia are proceeding and progress is being made cordially. Sir  Auckland Geddes, thc new British ambassador made this announcement  The question of the recognition of  the present government of Russia is  entirely apart from these conferences,  it was said.  It is the purpose of Britain and America to arrive at an agreement as to  means of expanding the trade already  Ottawa.��������� Indications her*-  to the firm belief among  rncjiiucrs ox pariiaiiiciiis inni xo.~ "jjov**'  ernment intends to take some definite  action, along  the   line of natural r-8-*  thc  close of the i-res--"  sources befor*;  ent session.  Headed by those who have been  pressing for such action, a deelgation-  of some forty-five supporters of th*  government, waited on the government, the cabinet members presentt'ii'-.-  cluded Sir George Foster, acting premier; Hon. Arthur Meighen, H. A������  Drayton and C. C. Ballantyne. It  was urged that the governmnet should  immediately consider undertaking1  some policy whereby thc mineral de-  -���������*-. r\*X*Xx a.+x -fr       ^>-f      4-h /*       o/MKlfftf  ' VlUp^t-bli L       VS X        -XXK0       \~\~r ImXXX -X J  ~..*lt    \tm    .-_  ������T  XmtX        ~~fx~        X~*-.���������  tended and whereby all the operation-*-*  ialreadv made i������ the-** bouse wiii be in*-  7*    I "   -  ,   . .   , ��������� *   -n      ���������    ji. 1   -plemcnted by effective action, on the  being carried on with Russia through ,  ..   ^*".,. ,, , , xt_  **-*,. A . . - , .ground that this would be one of tho  Scandinavian countries and by way of ...   _ ,,    ,*    , . .      .,  _.  .     ,       , _   ^ .       txts-i   Au      1      ! possible methods 01 increasing the p-o-  Fmland and Lettvia.   While the plan:     .   .       , .    t J*        .-  .   . mutation, lessen the taxes, enhance ths  Canada's Claim Against Germany Is  Now Being Computed  Ottawa.��������� The amount of Canada's  indemnity from Germany is now being computed for presentation to the  tribunal created under the peace treaty, for considering such things.  Hon. N. W. Rowell, in answering a  been severely censured by the Pekin > to be adopted has not assumed shape .       , .  J J i ! property, secure a market for agricul  tural products,   provide  series of questions by Thomas Hay iu  tion of military, naval and aerial com- | t������ie house,  stated  that the  treaty of  missions in Turkey. It gave to the  military and naval experts the instructions necessary for preparation of data for compilation by the editorial  committee on articles relative to the  Turkish treaty.  Miners Riot at Butte  Fourteen I.W.W.'s and One Policeman Are'Wounded  Butte, Mont.��������� Fourteen men, believed to be Industrial Workers of  the World strike pickets, and one policeman, arc in local hospitals suffering from gunshot wounds sustained in  a battle on Anaconda road, near the  Neversweet mine. Police officers believe two of the alleged Industrial  Workers will not recover.  Police are searching for three other  men said to have been wounded seriously. Striking miners arc massed in  Fiulander hall and the street in front  of the building. Feeling runs high.  Police reserves havc been called out.  peace limits and defines thc classes of  claims which may be presented by the  allied and associated powera against  Germany. In so far as Canada has  expended money or incurred obligations covered -by the treaty, she has a  claim.  The government is taking the nec-  eisary steps to see that the claims are  properly presented. He stated that it  is not true that Australia and other  British colonies have all received additional territory by way of indemnity  Australia, New Zealand and South  Africa will be named as mandatories  under the League of Nations in -respect to certain territories which Germany has been requested to surrender.  authorities for his inability to protect  foreigners' lives and property. This  information has pust been received by  the World.  Dr. Menzies came from Toronto,  where his wife is now residing, and  for more than 20 years was a missionary in China. He expired shortly after being wounded, when defending  some women missionaries against robbers.  Germans Would Increase Army  All  ForJthe Former Cro\vn Prince  Amsterdam.���������Negotiations with the  Reformed Church at Wieringen for  purchase of a local presbytery "as a  -.permanent residence for the former  Crown Prince of Germany," have been  begun by the Dutch government, according to thc Wieringen, correspondent of the Tclegraaf.  Letter on Abandoned Ship  Message Found on Board Bids 'Goodbye to Everyone For  Evermore  Prince Rupert.���������The boat, McDuff,  which ran ashore at Alford Bay with  no onc on board is on her way here,  being sailed by an Indian. A letter  was found addressed to Mrs. Anne  Bronmpton, 176 Burgess street, Grimsby,  England,  saying:  "Engine broken, rudder, -"'mashed,  drifting to Hccnstc Straits, storm.  Bidding good-bye to everyone for  evermore."  Want to be Allowed to P.etain  Officers and Staff  Paris.���������Germany has asked the inter-allied conference at San Remo to  increase from 100,000 to 200,000 men I  the standing army provided for Germany by the terms of the Treaty of  Versailles.  The request was contained in a note  handed to the French foreign office  last evening with the demand that it  be sent to the supreme council at San  Remo.  Thc note set forth that an increased  force was necessary for thc maintenance of order in thc interior and that,  fundamentally, the army would not  accept an order for its dissolution.  Thc note further requests that Germany be allowed to retain the entire  general staff and corps of officers,  which means the entire framework of  the active army.  Two other notes were handed to  thc foreign office at the same time.  One dealt with the disbandment of  thc civic guards, which has already  been made public, and thc note contained a request that thc reichswehr  force in the neutral zone should bc  fixed according to thc number of men  instead of the number of units, and  that Germany be allowed to have 11  batteries of -artillery instead of two in  the neutral zone.  it is regarded as probable that the old  license system will be abandoned entirely or so liberalized as. to leave but  little restraint on the channels of  trade.  It is fully understood in London  and Washington that in furtherance  of its determination to force political  recognition at the hands of the western European nations and America,  the soviet government wiii do everything possible to hamper such trade  development along independent lines.  Thc negotiators are believed to feel  however, that Lenine will scarcely be  prepared to refuse the demands of  his own people for the essentials of  life which arc held out to them in  this way.  where it   is    badly  employment  needed,    furnisth  C~^Z~.UX      tr.~  11--A.5r.lt.    xyix  lllC Siready overdeveloped  Strikers' Meeting Is Broken Up  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  NorAspirin at AU without thc "Bayer Cross"  \uwr-MMr*r|ll**-i-^ta^ ^^^^m^^^^x^^^^^*  ���������Tho hewn -*T.**tye--rH on AupWn in  Mk������ 14 Kami on yohi. It in****'-Lively  W*rutlllfa tha cr.ly ps-nnine Aepir'n,���������  tli������ Anplrhi )>r������Hcrib*d by pby-iiclunn  for ovr-r nhinteftou yetLTit and now  ���������Wirtdo In Canada.  Ahviiyo buy an tm'br^tsn pacta "ft  Universal Shortage  Of  the  Dr. Robertson  Telia   Committee  Abnormal World Demand  Ottawa.���������In an address before  parliamentary committee on agriculture and colonization, Dr. J. W. Robertson, said it would take at least two  big crops to catch up to anything  like normal supplies of breadstuffs;  ten years to obtain a pre-war status  on milk products, and Tour or five  years for beei products.  Dr. Robert son went at length into  his experience overseas, reiterating  his slateiuen'u**' that prices were dependent entirely upon world condition*-".  Increased production in Canada would  not lower prices because of continued  abnormal  demand.  Gathering Broke Up in Uproar After  Leaders Had "Been Howled  Down  Chicago.��������� John Grunau, leader of  the outlaw Chicago yardmen's association, who was released from jail  at Joliet, Ills., after friends had de-  positcd_$10,000, was expected to call  a new meeting of striking switchmen  to end thc walkout, following thc tumultous termination of a mass meeting,  called by a committee of strike leaders to vote on returning to w������rk.  Declaring they had been "sold out"  and hooting down attempts of strike  leaders to appeal to them to end thc  walkout, several thousand strikers  bolted a mass meeting when it was  announced Grunau, who was to havc  presided, was still in jail.  Thc gathering broke in an uproar,  Tumult reigned inside and outside thc  hall for half an hour, but there was  no violence and no arrests were made.  Shannon Jones, R. S. Murphy, and  M. J. Kcnncy, who called the meeting,  urged tho strikers to return to work  and await'action of the railroad labor  board on their demands for increased  pay.  "I hope that you can Bee that it  won't do any good to fight the government," Jones told the itrikcrs.  "You can fight the railroads, but not  the United States, und you are foolish to try."  On thc rostrum was au American  flag. Jones touched It constantly as  hc spoke. As Murphy began to speak  he was greeted with cries of "Where's ,  railways, make Canada commercially-  independent of the United States and  generally help to give Canada its proper piace among tne advancing industrial nations of the world.  It was also strongly urged i-h-afc  there has sprung up throughout th������  entire country an insistent demand*  for the development of the natural-  resources. The government is understood to have replied that it v/as already cognizant of the arguments put  forth and that some definite announcement of policy could be expected before the close of the present session. Practically every province was  represented at the conference.  It is the intention of the government to transfer to Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, their natural  resources as soon as terms fair and  equitable to all other provinces of the  Dominion can be arranged. This information was given to J. A. Campbell, of Nelson, in the house of commons. Mr. Campbell was told that It  had been thc policy of the government to make this transfer ever since  its formation. Parliamentary action  was necessary to effect this transfer.  Loss Owing to Strikes  London.��������� Thomas J. MacNamara,  minister of labor, told thc hous-e oi  commons that thc strikes and lockouts reported to the ministry of labor during 1919, aggregated 1,413. Tho  total numbers of persons directly or  indirectly affected was 2,580,000. The  aggregate duration of thc disputes  was 34,430,000 working days, figuring  ou the basis of individual loss of time.  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue! Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and howels  of "Bayir Tol.Ww of Anpirln" which"  cont-uii. proper dlrtcUoau for .:ohln,  Tfnn.~i.ht>, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, lUifiumati-un, jslfturi-  tifl. Joint Patau, and Tain cenamlly.  Tin bo-cos nt liJ tablet* cont hut'  r. f������w cr-nt 1-.   . j-rcer "Uavftr" packuRe*.  T~-~l~~ iifenl-y e'so A^lrJn-^Tffp-yrt-r*'*-���������y-ftti wi-***-:** ������������y "ft*!"***-'  .A.nlrln In the* trftrfU tnarlt (r-ntUter-*.! In CumieliO or Bav������c M������iuifa-  .������������������������*.".".:���������������.��������� "f l.-Uy>l\*.-clA.    Wh.'.o  tt tr.  xvrl-   1-novrn llmY *������Plrln  Minufactur* ol Monn-  rnem������lKi  Ilr-reV-M*  j-*-***-*-  tsuamtifwuoi-*1. ���������" **00>0i *"-* I-**���������������"*������������������������ ���������"������������������������������"������������������������ ..-���������.���������......i-i  &Ul -m aiauiveu with x'uAr Ktu-otnti iiejuo.-ww**. "*���������-'*  Liimyyi- fjiti.tt.  Britain May Sell Warchipu  London.���������Walter Hume Long, firr.l  lord of the uchniralty, replying to a  question In the house of commons today, c'Zul thc govennnent CGnttniplal--  cd :;cl!iiiC some warr.hip:; t������*> fo'\;ij;n  countrien.       Pendinf: tin-. ouK-oiue of  I llC'-.eMl.uioiiti,   (iovv<:v<:i,   M<*   ;ielele*el;   prir-j*  llicularr-r could not Ik: divuhreeh 1  ���������"orrunaur    Wc want uruuaut  Great Britain Helps Argentine  Buenos Ayrc-s. ��������� La  Razon, commenting  ou  liio fuel thai  tliu  Iiiii.ii-.hj  government is loaning Argentina -$50,-.  000,000 to pay off a loan of tlie same  amount by New  York bankers, after)  the  latter   had  vcluscd   to   itm;w      it,  critici*'-,-'!' tii<- hick e>������ indnl*1,-* ne'������- ein the-  part of thc north  American  bankers  The newspaper u������'i> >  i.*.-. rncr.n  Argentina    In    future    fnian*.:in|  turn   afraiti    to    England,   "the  lional indulixe-ni-'-  try."  -   ��������� li;* t  ;   will  traeli-  rin-rra of our ooun-  W  V.  \T  UU  Accept "LriUiornia Syrup ol I'iR.-i*"  only���������loo!: for thc name California on  i'iil- pac!:r.:;--, .\-.fv. you ���������-.re sun- your  child i:; h;.vi:v,,' thc bet and r.uvit  ha-r.rh.*-1   I"  ��������� ���������'"   ���������**"*   "''���������������������������!������������������   '  liil ic  1  V. .   \. . i  Pull     dire -c tions  ,..,-'..      l,r,l  .1  .- I   ...  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Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 14  The United Farmers  .1 Ird  With a view to demonstrating  aany-sided possibilities, as  well as offering a little something  extra, as it were, to induce the  young men to join up, Creston  Local of The United Farmers has  decided to develop the social end  of the organization, and in looking over the names of those on the  committee for that purpose certainly no mistake has been made  in selecting those who will have  charge of the lighter side of U.F.  operations.  * However, in deciding to have  the entertainment feature it is to  be hoped the timely admonition  about being moderate in all things  will not be entirely overlooked.  While a little nonsense how and  then is relished by the best of  men it will be most unfortunate  if these social doings get even a  50-50 look in.  In an unorganized district like  this it seems to us the United Farmers have wide scope for operating���������plenty wide enough to make  each Ox tne sessions ���������ueeideoay interesting, if the officers and executive, along with the various committees that will be appointed,  tackle thier work whole heart-  ediy.  "When the U. F. came into existence here The Review maintained  that in the United Farmers, Women's Institute and the Board of  Trade the Valley had a trio of organizations that, working in harmony, should at all times and in  all places be able to bring sufficient pressure to bear to greatly  improve local conditions in many  directions.  The three bodies link up town  and country interests ideally, and  in leading the way in municipal  investigation effort the U. F., has  demonstrated that it is the prac  tical   things   locally   that   count  most.  Municipilization is only one of  several, local problems that the  farmers can lend a decidedly helping hand in solving, and if those  in charge wiii bend their efforts  in resurrecting these and keeping  after them until the desired result  is accomplished it will not take  long to convince the community  of the benefits and good effects of  the U. F.���������with the desired resultant increase in strength, be the  membership door'flung wide open or not.  disadvantage of all parties concerned. In production at any  rate the comparison with the Arrow Lakes district would be best  stated by remarking that that section markets its output by wheelbarrow as compared with Creston's motor truck loads, while in  all the other details that enter into a decision as to where to locate  the advantages are as preponder-  atingly great in Creston's favor.  1920 Erickson's Year  Unfairly Overlooked  Telephone Rates  Owing to the increased cost of  operation and maintenance the  Creston Power, Light & Telephone  Company. Limited, are increasing  their rates to the following schedule, to take effect May 1, 1920.  Banks 90.OO per month.  Hotels  5.00  Stores  5.00  Garages  4.00  Offices  4.00  Residences  2 75  Installations���������- 3.00  10 - will Vie added to these rates  if not piad when due.  All previous rates, privileges,  uon cession ft, etc. are hereby can-  cel'lfrd.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT  <fc TELEPHONE CO., Ltd.  While the excerpts from letters  received by Creston Board of  Trade as published in our issue of  May 7th would indicate that over  a considerable area of likely territory Creston Valley is being advantageously heard of, it would  be unwise to assume that Creston  is a household word even in quarters where one would naturally  look for it to be almost thus readily recalled.  Just about a year ago the board  felt called upon to jack up the  federal department of colonization due to the omission of any  mention of Creston in its pamphlet styled "Opportunities in Western Canada." In this particular  booklet prominence was given to  both Nelson and Grand Forks as  fruit growing centres, while any  reference to the Valley was conspicuous by its absence, and this  despite the fact that so far as output went the fruit shipping from  here was at least treble the amount moved from Nelson, and not  less than fifty per cent in excess  of the shipping from Grand Forks  ���������to say nothing at all of the few  other advantages we believe we  have over either of these centres  in the way of a location next door  to the market.  However,   despite   the   timely  and friendly admonition   by   the  board only last week along comes  a very elaborate map of all Canada in the which is printed in red  ink the natural resources^ of each  district of each province.    Were  a newcomes entering B. C. from  the East to take this map seriously he would have to travel on to  the  Arrow Lake district before  striking any fruit country at all.  Fernie is shown as a coal area,  but   from  that point  westward  the  country,  as   per   this   map,  boasts no resources at all until  the Slocan looms into view, which  is designated as producing zinc,  silver and lead.  At a time when there is a considerable influx of Old Country  people���������with their weakness for  taking government official literature as gospel���������into British Colli ml) ia it is unfortunate Creston  should have been so needlessly  overlooked, and to  the manifest  Announcement that Creston  Fruit Growers' Union will at once  proceed with the erection of a  commodious new warehouse at  Erickson will be good news to the  Valley in general, and to Erickson in particular, more particularly when with the promise of the  new building goes the assurance  that the Union will also stock  there a full line of products carried at the Creston warehouse.  Aii can take satisfaction out of  the announcement, ��������� indicating as  it does that the 1920 crop is due  to considerably eclipse any previous year, while it is equally satisfactory to observe that the Valley's foremost co-operative selling  agency is on the job and preparing to  give the accommodation  and service that will entitle it to  look forward with confidence to  a continuance or   the   trade   of  which it  has  heretofore  always  had by long odds the major portion.  In these times of labor shortage and the high price of help  anything and everything that  tends to save time is welcome, and  certainly the providing of warehouse accommodation and with it  a stock of crates, boxes, flour,  feed, etc., is doubly blessed, t o  say nothing at all of the rather  easier grade that will be provided  to some who will now be able to  ship at the new warehouse.  With the installation of the Water Users' Community irrigation  system, which is nowT practically  assured, along with   the   natural  growth of the output due to the  ageing of  the  trees,   Erickson's  shipping is due for a great expansion.    With   reasonably 'definite  assurance also available that the  C. P. R.   will  have  an  agent  in  charge of the depot there surely  Erickson's   cup   of   prospective  prosperity is filled in good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over.  has been nothing short of phenomenal. In his own church he claims  to have inore new scholars this year  than all the churcheB combined had  a year ago. -*������  Proof positive that Kaslo is the one  best bet in the interior for' developing something akin to eternal youth  was furnished last week when Mr.  and Mrs. John Macleod of that town  celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary. Needless to say they are  both Scotch.  Fernie Free Press: Church union'  so far as the local churches are con-,  cerned seems to haye about reached  the end o������ its tether. The obstructionists, consisting of those Methodists who have always been more or  less opposed to union, have put so  many obstacles in the way for an  agreement that those who really desire union are about ready to. throw  up the sponge.  rj-tf-x  inute  Shingles For Sale  10,000 No. 1 at $7.50 per M.   -  100,000 No. 2 at $3.50 per M.  f.o.b. Duok Creek.  Write or phone.  WYNNDEL MERCANTILE  CO., Wynndel, B.C.   -i #irm.T l?i3������*nAt*fc  B llStCSrl. ELS*--   A\.%f^\~fg to a  Farm-eta want to keep  track of prices of produce  and livestock In the chief  markets of the continent.  Businessmen want to know  -vsliat the stoc;-r markets aro  doing; how the exchange  rate stands, nnd they want  ffcese reports hot from the  wire.  Th������ "Daily News publishes  a complete leased wire market report service In addition  to local and district reports.  Its -eeaders s~- them evas-y  day, a few hours after publication.  Mail    Vbup    Subscription    Today.]  Rates    by   Mall--   ������    month,   6O01  a Year- $0.00.  {The Dally ffewsj  -tss  Special Prices on SPRA Y HOSE ������fc EXTENSION  RODS (8 and 10 ft.)- PRESSURE GUAGES  and RELIEF VAL VES  Rrako and Hliifoh  mddtXMStvJi     wiiu     *m������*M**~*t  On ymir rui- must, lioth i*������' in  lii-.st.-cI.i.sM ^liiip'- if -ririi want tri  .....    ;e     *v'i)-,      ,-.. 1;. f ...I . ,,.      ,,,.,������  s*efi'ty. Yull    .ill-    il-iliU     lit-eke*  ;in<! e*|nt<'h nm-,) mil Iy, f h'-i*i*f'H*<*  t.lie-   imp'>rtiii'if*<*   e>f   r.he-re-   ln-iiijj*-  I t< r       r I t r I I I r I,      . I I ii r . t [,       .r.i!. '.   ��������� ��������� .   r.   . . . .  r.. t  \n<iU  Ui*  il nl  t'l'iiv,     t.r.i ti^ini**'- i< hi,      eyli ni|i*r h,  [lilt 1 ill*.*,   rii i*l j 1 j 1 i-i nr,  "t 1".  ���������*r,oi7c*m*rYM  -X~4>~0---~-ltx~*     4%     Xx0~* A,    X  k i inTrOi  4l--~l Xmn*    ML   V>*  ������������������-f  %J4~  CI TODI V  SmJ X0A it!       Jl  ���������-:   \>a:\:  vi  " t  1 t. ir ������ r 4 ��������� ���������������  Domestic Pack  Effective July 15th nestf the  "rule of the road" in the Interior of the province will he changed to conform with that of the  provinces to the cast and the  states to the south. This, providing an amendment to the Highway Act tabled in the legislature recently liy Hon. Dr. King,  minister of Public Works, is made  low, which it doubtless will be.  By tliis bill tlio province is divided into two districts. District  Number 1 will include Vancouver and surrounding settled  district and all of Vancouver Island. District No. 2 takes in thc  remainder of the province. Obviously this division ir made to  put, as much of the province as  possible under the new road rules  while at llic an me time it gives  tin* 15. C. Eli-clrie company ,:m-  ple time in which to make elmn-  jj.cu in ii������ linen and rolling stock,  I'm-   i������i   Hivtvii'l   Me*.    1   fb<������  110111  Vlllo  will not iMiiiii1 into effect until ihe  end nf \..~\\ unlesH by earlier proclamation nf tbc lieutenant-governor in ������������������uuiH'il  either as to   tlie  *.<���������!.e>!<- ������n* part of Pi-'trict No. 1.  I  MHlieiiliuf   I'li-ilnr   Weill nm n  nf   N.l-  el'ty    nelleieil    .1 ll I'lielu nee*    ill    thai    city  CAL.L, AT  STiyi!SE|������BBFfO  UYIDIfcc o  NELSON,  B.C.  (8)1  .!  for  Pipe and Pipe  Fittings  *f-**c  Pllirvihiricr Siinnli.   _  Black and Galvanized  Sheet Iron  Plumbing and  Tinsmithing  and any kind of repairs.  Your repair work will be  handled by a skilled machinist.  Just one  Chevrolet 490  left in stock.  iraston Valley Lands  lurdeok Estate  Town Lots. Gattle Ranch  Fry's! Hanoi! For Sale  The undermentioned lands  are for sale:  15������ acres of Town Lots (Dow's  Addition) in one-acre and half-  acre blocks;  prices from $500  to *|850.    On a beautiful site j  overlooking Creston Vaiiey.      j  The  well-known   Griffin   Fruit |  Ranch of 20 acres, with good  bungalow and buildings, price  $12,200.;  Blocks G and H, close to centre  of town, of 5 acres each, good  locality and excellent soil.  Price ������2000 each block.  Cedar Hill Cattle Ranch, West  Creston, 73 acres, price $2500.  ,    For particulars address,  ROBERT STARK, Creston, B.C.  We have a shipment of Seed  Potatoes to  to arrive this week.      Avoid disappointment by placing your order at once.  Just one. Barrel Spramotor left.  We carry a full line of Hardie and Spramotor parts.  rower  LIMITED  i  i  ���������Sum*  TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES  Convenience, security and economy are  secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques  issued by this Bank. They enable thc bearer to identify himself and arc readily  converted into the current coin of any  foreign country. 82A  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL        - - $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,000  CRKSTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Maiin-tfor.  =u  "���������������*r������������������*--a*^^  tvmxs~~~~-^^ati-^-m~i&m  -'S&ss&sx&FsP&B. ���MiMTire
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Dainty novelties in the way of Furnishings, Hosiery,
etc., designed for the coming season are our
newest offerings.     We direct your attention
this week to our latest arivais in
GEOEGETTE CREPE WAISTS from $7.50 to $10,
in all newest shades and latest styles.
LADIES' VOILE WAISTS  from $2.50 to $5 each.
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We are again able to
offer you a choice selection of All-Wool Navy
Blue Suits for men at
$45 per suit.     All sizes
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NEWS OF KOQTENAYS
5f you are needing
or
Trail has a Chinese Masonic LiOdge
���which last week opened its ovsrn. lodge
room with considerable eclat.
Cranbrook has a new" C.P.R. station
agent *si W. Walmsly, who was formerly In charge at Rossland.
Due to a prospective short crop in
the  Pacific  coast  states,  the  Herald
is   confident   Penticton  growers   are
sure  tb   get  better  prices   than   last
year for their peaches.
Penticton now hopes to have its
new engine installed .in the power
plant by the latter part of June, when
electrical energy wiii be available
twenty-four hours a day.
Kaslo citizens appreciate the town's
quite-recently   organized   brass   band.
At  a dance  last  week the  gross  intake   was   $120���netting     the     band
treasury at least $80.
Cranbrook expects 800 school children���young and Old���to take ^ part in
the 24th of May doings in that town,
a special moving picture show being
one of the attractions.
An   admission   charge  of  from   $1
down to  $2 will be made to witness
the boxing contests at Cranbrook on
May   24th.     Seats   for  at  least   2000
spectators will be provided.
Cranbrook added another to its list
of metropolitan attainments last week
when   Miss   Hiam  of  that  city   was
married to Bing Wo, a Chinese merchant prince of Leethbridge, Alta.
Revelstoke's new chief of police advises the citizens that in his opinion
they are too careless in the matter
of leaving baby carriages, bicycles,
etc., on their verandahs over night.
ting   his   vows of   vengeance, he becomes her devoted lover.
After the battle of Philippi, in
which .Brutus and Cassius were defeated, the great triumvirate., Antony
Lepidus and Octavius divided �� the
Roman Empire among them. Antony
commands Ventidius, his general, to
go .to Egypt and force Cleopatra to
to appear "before him at Tarsus to
answer for the crime of aiding Brutus
and Cassius.
Cleopatra, apprised of Antony,**;
command, urges Phavon to get the
buried treasure of the Egyptian kings
that she may defy Antony. Relying
on Cleopatra's promise to marry him
and let him rule over Egypt. Pharon
pilots her to the secret hiding pte^-e
and she gets the priceless jewels.
Once they are in her possession she
casts Pharon aside and sets forth to
meet Antony.
Arriving at Tarsus, she prevails
upon Antony to go with' her to Alex
andria. He also falls under her sirenic
spell and sails for the Egyptian capital.
On his arrival Cleopatra, gives a great
banquet in his honor and he stays on
until Venitidius comes to inform him
that Octavius has declared Antony a
police enemy, aud urges him to return.
Cleopatra, struggling with her love
for Antony and her wish to have hirn
near her, refuses to let hirn leave.
Having broken with Octavius, Cleopatra's forces join those of Antony's
to do battle with the army of Octavius
at Actium. The battle rages a day
and a night. During the height of
engagement, word is brought to Cleopatra that Antony had been killed.
She leaves the fleet and returns to
Alexandria, The desertion of Cleopatra puts Antony to flight, and Octa-
viur, victorious, heads for Alexandria
to make Cleopatra prisoner.
Antony, raging at Cleopatra's desertion, starts for Alexandria and
hears of Cleopatra's  death.     Unable
reptile, she places it to her breast, its
fangs sinking deeply into the white
flesh.
.When Octavius again enters tie
room he finds Cleopatrabreathing her
last, victorious t-o the end.
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M-eets THIRD THURSDAY of
each nmuth at Mercantile
Hali. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
ERIC OLSON, W.M
FARM TO EXCHANGE
Will exchange 320-acre improved
farm in Saskatchewan for an improved
���Leteston V alley iruit ranch. Place is
one mile from station, 100 acres broke,
school on land, plenty of water.
Apply W. Oaklev, owner, Box 343.
Fernie, B.C.
RANCH  PROPERTY FOR SALE
Nearly five acres first-class guaranteed fruit land, partly improved, good
road and water* near Creston, part
cash.    Apply Charles Moore, Cieston.
TiruiKErES   ��A! ~T  V 9SSS
Cranbrook  Methodists   claim   their
Sunday  school has an enrollment of
180 scholars, which includes the cradle roll.    The youngsters contributed  chamber, Octavius   gloa
on an average ol a nickel apiece in   Queen;   she    pleads   for-
the collections last year. **  -
Sealed  tenders will  be received by
���, ,   ^ ,             the Ministss of .Lands not later than
to stand the strain, he stabs himself,   noon on the 20th day of May, 192b. for
and as he is dying receives news that  *1*""' **"*"-**-->-">��� "<* ���"i"��^�� "v-���� t<* r.���*r
Cleopatra is still alive. He is carried
to her just as Octavius, foiiowed by
his victorious legions, enters the
palace.    Cleopatra   hurriedly secretes
The attorney general's department
has just advised Grand Forks council that Magistrate McCallum's salary has been raised to $50 a month
and that the council may pay that
sum. The aldermen had previously
refused to pay more than $25 per
month.
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Antony, who "is dying. Antony emerges from the room where he is
hidden, and falls dead. Octavius gives
orders that Cleopatra, now a prisoner,
be carefully guarded to await his
judgment.
PhaTon, never having given up his
love for the Queen, and hearing of her
plight, enters the houdoir and hands
Cleopatra an asp bidden in a basket
of   fruit.      Grasping   the    poisonous
the purchase of License X235S, to cut
1,800,000 feet of Tamarac, Fir and Pine
and 6,000 lineal feet of Poles, on Lots
3877 and 3878, near Creston, Kootenay
District.
One year will be allowed for the removal of timber.
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Cranbrook, B.C.
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Cleopatra, great Queen of Egypt,
craving world dominion, has been expelled from Alexandria by the victorious army cf Julius Caesar. Surrounded by her forces, Cleopatra
pitches her tents in the shadow of the
pyramids. . She -vows - yengeance
against Caesar.
A messanger from Alexandria adds
to the Queen's wr.itb by imparting the
news that the Roman Caesar sits in
the council chamber of the Ptolemys.
Determined to face Caesar, Cleopatra orders a i-ug brought, planning
to appear before the Roman, wrapped
in the rug. To make him a slave to
her beauty is her one idea. She orders a chariot and is on hex- way to
face the Conqueror.
Caesar, enraged at the escape of
Cleopatra, sets about to effect her capture. In the midst of his tirade a
soldier announces the arrival of a
messenger- bearing gifts from the King
of Thrace. A huge rug is carried in
which, when unfolded, discloses ih all
her beauty the wonderous Queen of
Egypt.
Slowly the Queen glides toward the
throne where sits Caesar. He succumbs to her charms. Cleopatra is
reinstalled in her palace with Caesar
her abject slaye and devoted loyer.
Many amours weeks follow.- Cleopatra instills the idea of world power
into the mind of Caesar; they to rule
the entire civilized ��� world together.
Fired by her plan", Caesar leaves for
Rome and to proclaim himself Emperor. In Abouthis, a distant city,
Amenemhat, Royal Priest of Osiris, "is
preparing his son, Pharon, to release
the Egyptian people from bondage.
"Know, my son," savs Aniennnhat,
"that for ages the Greek Ptolemys
haye sat upon the throne of Ramese.s.
This must bo the hand which shall
slay tho usurper and grasp the .power
to which the mighty Gods have called
thoe."
Pharon, hereditary king to the
Egyptian tin-one, now occupied by
Cleopatra, swears to rid his land of
the Siren and to restore tho ancient
throne of the Pharaohs.
While Caesar is on his way to Rome,
Pharon is on his way to Alexandria.
Caesar, in Rome, makes known hi.s
object. Antony, Ceasar's able lieu
tenant, tries to dinauado him, but
Caesar* has a vision of Cleopatra, and
remembers his promise to her, Ceasar
refuses to listen to Antony's pleading,
lie demands a, crown, and ho violated...
the ideals of Roman democracy.
Caesar goes to the rot-arum of the
Semite Chamber, and as he is abont to
proclaim himself Emperor, is aRsas-
sinated by conspirators led by Brutus
and Un-hint-..
Pharon in Alexandria sots out to
kill Cleopatra and take his rightful
place upon the throne. While waiting for the great. Queen to pass into
her 'lal.ie'e*, lio l.ltia.-.lieh one oi Her
slaves for liaudlhie; a, woman and her
child roughly. Cleopatra witiiesses
the encounter nnd ia attracted to the
handHome stranger. She iiskn hint to
the- palaei* that night after .'he le-irnn
he in an astrologer.
Ou hi.i ai rival at the palace, IMi-it'oi-
interpret*- a dream for the great
Queen, Pleased al his intei preti'ii ion,
.she nniMii.it:, him Court, As! leiloue-i.
As the* liayu -la-is. i'iiiiviin gradually
fa 11a in loye with the Siren.     Forget-
ButterfieicTs
Wynndel, B.C.
st Arriv
Oranges
Lemons
Peameal Back Bacon
Picnic Hams
Bologna Sausage
Fishing Tackle
Screen Doors
Window Screens
Is there any
in the
House?
This is the first ���unes-
tion that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for a meal. But why
worry?,
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
Finest  Quality
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna, <&c.
iire   always   to   he   had
hero.    In iiw'ui-'r ueiuunu
epiite equals 'Shamrock
products.
"Mlnirouin pric-s of first-class Is-nd
reduced to $5" an acre; second-class to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
and -which is non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with joint residence, but each making
necessary improvements on respective
claims. -  -     ��
Pre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make improvements to
value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least S acres,
before receiving Crown Grant.
"Where pre-emptor in occupation not
less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records withoirt 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 bc obtained in
.3m tr?ian 5 years. and improvements
or $10.00 per acre. Including 5 acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required. <-*-*---
Pre-emptor holding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, 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 homesltes;
tide to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions. .
For grazing and industrial purposes
area* exceeding 610 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding -40 acres
may bo purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpage.
. Natural hay meadows inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to thern. Rebate of one-half of coat of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, la made.
PRE-EMPTOR3'      FREE
-���g-, ACT.
GRANTS
The unopo of this Act Is enlarged to
Include All persons Joining nnd serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho
timo within which thc* heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title under this Act is extended
from for ono year from thc death of
Buch person, as formerly, until
year af��� -��� - - ��� ���
war.
ono
troactlve.
tor thc conclusion of the present
T.*.!::  j;r'v!Io��0   ij ��u^o  iu.���.*.",<.���   ro-
#
%. fin.. !tri.
No fees relating to pre-emptlonauro
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 26. 1918
Taxes are remitted for five years
J'rovi'-lon  for return  of money ti  accrued, due and been paid since August '
���J.  llll I,  on account of payments,  fees
or taxes on soldi-iV pre-emptions.
Interest  on  agreements to pim-hnsr-i
Xt��t\\nPL clty lotH h'*ia by nu-nibcrH of
Allied 1-orce.--.. or dependents, acquired
direct or liallrect. remitted from on-
Hutment to March 31. l<*20.
6UD-PURCHASERS  OF   CROWN
i, LANDS.
l'rovlslon mado for limuanco of
Crown grnnta to Bub-purchnserH of
Crown   J.andn.   acquiring  righto   from
ptir<-*l*n*r��-r*i   who   fnllev"*     to     <-���**  Vv
purclinso.  Involving forfeiture, oti'ful-
Illliiieat of conditions of purcluuie   intercut and Ui-x.cu.   Wlu-ro t-ub-purcliun-
era do not claim whole of original nar-t*
cM, v'-.:r*^Mr-.^-^ ���*t!*"\"- di"- '-.-���* ......    *
Ixi ellntrlbtiti'.l t>reM">orri<>nnVr.?w" '"���'.-
v. UOiu    utur�� APliiicaLtuaij    inilbt     bo
mado by May 1,  1H20.
ORAZINa. {
On-xlng Act. 1010. for *;yiitemutlc
dey<-le>pincat of llveietock Industry pro-
vImi-ci ��<ji HiatliiK rii.-Mrictn ntut r,*in��r,
���uduilnli.t* <it|oii    uueUir   CommlimloniT
Annual   i;ra*iliiK   pe*;-inli.-,   |i,.-,*.j��*.l   bai-teii
Oti  UxU.Ax.x. l.J..t,. .J,   |.||vi,l)   fur e*:,UU|.
ill.he-el      owtiori'. Kte.e'lr-owtu-rie      Tn:ev
form  Aju.oclutlonu  teir range   irmuagi-'-
���m<*nt.    Fr.^e. or partially fr-i,e\ pcrniitn
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���M^**.*--'^^ 9ME    BEVIEW,     CKEST0N,    ~%    f&*  ���������*���������  E *|i;S������ gsLJoJ uii   isiu  ffi-ffeS"  __������B    _  >VLf L- I  ~r\  Caused Disfigurement* Itchy and  Burnings Had Restless Nights,  anrrrarraraBB*  "My face came out in little pimples that were sore, and I scratched  them constantly, and then  they turned into scales,  ���������causing much disfigurement. The skin-was so itchy  that I irritated it by scratch-  >ing. The burning was  \J fierce, and I had many restless nights.  ���������"Thi-s trouble lasted about a year  before, I used Cuticu|a Soap and  Ointment, and after using three calces  of Soap and two boxes of Ointment  I was healed." (Signed) W. Byrne,  St. Basils, Que., Nov. 23,1918.  Make Cuticura Soap, Ointment  and Talcum your daily toilet preparations.  For fre-s sarasU* ftseb *>9 Ctsticnra S-oio. Oint'  ���������aa-atmi-d Xalnam sddms poit-card: "Oottcux***,  li**-**-*"-. A, Bo*t-Mi, V. B. A."   Sold ���������very-n-hero.  their ears, distant and muffled in the  mist. t There could be no doubt as  to its direction.  "Come on," said thc girl, and turned on her side.  Together they swam ahead with  long, even strokes, swimming straight  out into the treacherous Channel,  whither a passing motor-boat heading  in_ from Etaples had lured them. Ten  minutes passed; fifteen minutes; and  still no shore sounds reached their  ears. The chill of the water began to  strike through them. The girl's face,  as she looked back at Ruggles, showed the growing fright that was stealing ovcr her.  "Wc were out far," said she.  i But Ruggles scarcely heard her. A  peculiar aspect of the water about  them had attracted his attention.  Where formerly it had been as flat  and undisturbed as the surface of a  mill-pond, there now appeared peculiar wrinkles, and broad, bland swirls,  as though    some deep    current   were  some time they floated thus locked together. The cold had ceased to trouble them, for the skin surfaces had  grown numb.  "I feel sleepy," said Ruth presently.  "So do I," said Rugglcs, "but we  musn't give -in to it. If we did it  would soon be al! up with ifc."  "I think it is, anyhow," said Ruth.  "But somehow I don't seem to care  much. If it weren't for father and  Dick, I don't believe I'd care at all."  She turned her head, which was almost against Ruggle's. In fact, her  cold cheek touched his as she changed  her position. "I'm sorry I was so nasty about Roxana," she said. ~ "I knew  all the time that it wasn't your fault  ���������but I couldn'a help thinking that  perhaps���������"  "Never mind that now," said Ruggles. "There was never any "perhaps'  about it���������and don't wobble this' thing  any more than you can heip, Ruth, or  it might tip over."  "I don't care much if it does tip ovcr  Want Air Supremacy  ���������TV  ���������r ��������� .x~ .. mx~ l.*.������.������, v������ *������-..* X  thrusting up from beneath.    He felt ��������� said Ruth.    "I'm so tired���������"  I  tl  r  ������  s-?*--.  1  Own Shoes  a.  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with Thos. Allen,  Toronto,  (Continued.)  For an instant he was on the point  ������������ turning back, if oniy to keep from  driving her into danger. He-compromised by floating about without swimming farther seaward. Then the  crimson kerchief disappeared utterly,  swallowed up in the incoming fog, and  _f : -i j     t> 1-_   j:���������������������������������  ���������gJuWH-Hlg*.      OilUlCUillU,       lA-UgJilV^O      UWV.UV  ered that the beach had likewise disappeared. That settled it: he turned  on his side and swam straight out  through tlie stagnant water with its  wispy wreaths of fog.  Presently the grey elusive opacity  was all about him. He rolled over and  tried to peer beneath it, and was successful, in so far as he saw the crimson kerchief not very far aheaei. It  appeared to be motionless, and Ruggles swam slowly in that direction. As  he drew nearer, Ruggles saw that it  was indeed Rath, lying on her back  and paddling slowly outward. He  splashed a little to attract her attention. She looked up, turned in the  water, and stared at him without a  smile.       _ ���������  "Well, here wc are again Mr. Ruggles,"  said she.  "You're too far out," said Ruggles.  "You'd better start back. Do you remember what 1 told yon about the  ���������r-ffshore   current?"  "But I am swimming b~ciTZ said  Ruth. "I've boen swimming back for  the last ten minutes."  "I guess you must havc got sort of  turned around," sa.d Rugglcs. "Some-  time's vou co wh*"*r*. vou've bssn floating."  "'You -.vj.-.vi btt turned around your-  ���������-���������e*-!:*," re tor re*:! Tl'.i'P.. "Th-.- brpch is  ���������straight in there." Her arm flashed  clear of the water, and pointed in the  rrrvs-P:  flir���������-��������� ���������-1i���������'-.-.  of Peachy Head.  't think so," said Ruggles. "I  r-.y i: wll-x. just opposite.  ���������r*.- i-r-^ned very wie'e*, and she  ::-.c'.-i a w :���������?���������*������������������ c: b'.'.-l: hair that  his body turn, as though caught in an  \ eddy.    The girl  discovered it also.  "What's that?" she cried, in sudden  alarm.  "Tide," Ruggles answered. "The  place is full of currents when you get  offshore.    I'm going to shout for help.  He filled his lungs and sent as much  voice as hc was capable of out into  the fog; then listened. Not a sound  came in answer. The silence of oblivion seemed to rest on the face of  the water. He looked at the girl. The  terror in her face went into him like  a knife. There were dark shadows under her eyes and her lips tvere quivering.  "I'm afraid it's all up with us," said  she faintly. "I can't go on much longer."  "Put your hand on my shoulder and  rest," said Rugglcs. "I'm game for a  good while yet."  She did as he told her, and Ruggles  swam on slowly. The eddies turned  and twisted them -armiit. nnd soon all  sense of direction was lost. The tide  flowing out of the estuary of Etaples  was carrying them swiftly out and to  the westward. The strongest swimmer alive could not have gained the  beach under those conditions. Ruggles began to tire.  "I'll swim again said the girl presently. "I'm getting numb with cold.  Havc y^oii any idea which way the  shore is now?"  "No," Ruggles answered, "but it  wouldn't make much difference if I  had. We're in the offshore current.  Even the channel swimmers can't  buck against that." '  "Then it's all up with us," I supose,  she said lifelessly.  "Not by a good deal," Ruggles answered. "If we can keep afloat a while  longer, we're pretty apt to get picked  up by some of the fishing-boats that  go out of Etaples with the tide. I'll  shout again."  He did so, biit as before without result. Then, glancing at his companion  he saw that she seemed to bc settling  in the water. He caught her with his  left hand and drew her to his shoulder.  (To be continued.)  CHILDREN OF ALL AGES  Children of all ages���������whether it be  the new-born babe or the growing  child���������havc to be constantly guarded  as to their health. Upon the good  health of the little one largely depends his strength and usefulness in  after years. Baby's Own Tablets are  the ideal home medicine for children  of all ages. They are a gentle but  thorough laxative which are absolutely guaranteed to be free from opiates  or other harmful drugs and which  may bc given to thc youngest child  with perfect safety and beneficial results. Through their action on the  bowels and stomach they banish constipation and indigestion; break up  colds^ and simple fevers and make  teething easy. Mothers., yen can make  your little one well and keep them  well by just keeping a box of the  Tablets at hand and by giving an occasional dose to the baby to keep his  little bowels regular and his stomach  sweet. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.  Lrermans  mercial and Passenger  Airships.  The Germans are working feverishly to construct giant commercial  and passenger airships and airplanes,  according to a report from Roman-  shorn. Thc first trials were successfully held of two monster machine  above Lake Constance.  The airship Nordstern, greatly surpassing the Zeppelin Bodensee in size,  capacity and power, flew for a half  hour around thc lake with a crcAV of  seven men. At the sanis time a new  giant hydroplane, whose motors totalled 1,000 horse-power, made aerial  trips with 20 passengers.  Both machines were recently com*  pleted at Friedrichshaven, where the  airship factory is said to have doubled in size since the armistice, and  other monsters have already been begun. The Germans are concealing- the  results of thc trials, and no reports of  them arc published in the press.  If -JMUG7H'  yofcr mouth tastes  J.jktc ail the Sncan  things you ever did���������  mixed together, then  foil need Beechasa's  Pills. Your mouth is s good indication  of the condition of stomach aad bowels.  Sold everywhere  ia Canade.  Sa boxes, 25c, 60c.  lASgAsft Sal* of Any Medicine ia tbe World  efe land Outfits  It has been positively ascertained  by expert chemical analysis that rice  contains more nutritive elements than  any other grain. It will sustain life  better and longer than any other cereal���������a fact well known throughout the  eastern countries from time immemorial.  "I <���������  shr,'.:"..j  Her  ���������-,*'  "Hang on to me," he gulped, "I'm  not tired."  He no longer tried to make onward  progress, merely paddling to keep  them both afloat as long as possible.  The eddies grew more violent, twirling about them like driftwood. The  day was growing darker. And then,  as Ruggle's ears were beginning to  hum and black bands to pass before  his eyes, he sighted some object on  thc water at one side. Putting out  his waning strength he struggled to  ward it, and as he drew near lie discovered it to be a large pine packing-  case, thrown overboard, perhaps, from  some passing liner.  "Here's something to hang to," said  he, and reached it in a few strokes.  The girl roused herself. "What's  the use?" said she drowsily. "If we've  got to drown, let's drown and get it  .r .,.,,_.      over  with."  n .im)u       "We're not going    to    drown,    said  Keturned Men Are  Going on the Land  Soldiers Get First Choice of Reserve  Land At Calgary Sale  Twenty-four parcels of land, the approximate value of which is in the  neighborhood of $75,000, were disposed of on the first day of the sale of  the Hudson's Bay reserve lands, held  in the offices of the soldier settlement  board at Calgary. The lands were  sold to returned soldier farmers who  held qualification certificates issued by  the board.  The twenty-four prospective purchasers drew lots for choice of the  parcels, and thc lucky number one  was drawn by a soldier named Caldc,  who was given his choice of the entire reserve. Needless to say, thc lucky, man picked out the choicest quarter on the reserve.  DOUBLE BEAUnr  s\v? xsrx. in -u u sa-s  %~rtY     SVUtV   ~7~Jt%&S%  ������������������Danderine" creates mass  of thick, gleamy waves  Complete information and saggest-  ed coastitutioa for ���������aewly-fsrsaed  Bands, free on request.  THE fgfgg ������ ������1|������������ & SSHSCS.  s. s. WILLiAMa WHITES  -.  I,   ������a!gary,   Usnfre-s!,   Teresto  M-nt*- 9������ Btare-st Brml*  THS   SaEW   FRENCH   REMEOV*  No l for Bladder Catarrh. No 2 for Blood ~t  Skin Diaeaia ������   No. ������ for Ohronlo W e-UrneBses.  ���������OLDSYI.'eAniNGCHRMISTS. -PRICE IH EN(.*LAND,3������.  DR LECLERCMed.C*->.,HaTerstcc!<Rd..N W.g.London.  8EI tbadi marked WORD 'THKRAPION ' 11 cm  ���������MX GOVT  BTAMr AFFIXED TO GENUINE PACXE-fC  DON'T NEGLECT A  RHEUMATIC PAIN  In a few moments you can transform your plain, dull, flat hair. You  can have it abundant, soft, glossy and  full of life. Just get at r.ny drug or  toilet counter a small bottle of "Danderine" for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the "Danderine"  and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. Tn-  Jstantly, yes, immediately, you hav-?  doubled thc beauty of your hair. It  will be a mass, so soft, lustrous and  easy to do up. All dust, dirt and excessive oil is removed.  Let Danderine put more life, color,  vigor, and brightness in your hair.  This stimulating tonic will freshen  your scalp, check dandruff and fa'.ling  hair and help your-hairto grow long,  thick, strong and beautiful.  ������ Used for 7(1 Years   Jm-~m^m  Thru its use Grandmother's  youthful    appearance    has  remained until youth has  become but & memory.-  The aoft> refined, pearly i  white    eppearsnee it'  renders leaves the joy  of Beauty with you  for    many,.      ""  years.  fflxWS-~-~-mm^MSfflm&M  ������^M^tai^.������fiB"^ifi"  'ifV$$?ffi};l&;  Go   after  it  with   Sloan's   Liniment  before  it  gets  dangerous  Apply a little, don't rub, let it penc-  Tafce the Boys Into Partnership  A farmer out in Indiana, named  Robert C. Cain, has formed his family into a firm, known as Messrs. Cain  & Company, Unlimited, with a capitalization of $17,000. It is difficult to  know why he chose thc word "Unlimited," instead of "Limited," but,  saj'S the Farmers' Sun, of Toronto,  apart from that thc principle of taking thc boys and girls into partner-  cijif) '"���������ii the farm is an excellent one  In the past too few of our farmers  have been willing to give the young  people a part in thc operations of the  farm, and this has been a factor in ths  exodus to the cities. Having a stake  in the farm is a big asset.  What's Wrong With Canada  \,m-.--r-.������i- _    -v - "- >���������-������������������<��������� k*-"������k    il,   uiuwii,   ������.tm      Apply a little, Uon't rub, let it penc  ""I ;���������"���������-".,;.'  R..': "MayV w<- Ru^.Ies shl b.b ���������������lV-     Yo" h���������G on,\������ Urate,   and���������good-by   twinge!      Sam  .....   -~.PZr..:.'.���������,,. :..Z  -.--,;..,   .i'.e "cj-ovc" I rnis   "-^ iuu*1   ���������      let,-r.t?t.11 a  -few, yells  for    external    aches,    pains,    strains  T'-*-;"-lPi-A,] c':������.'-'.*.:lv V-nder the sur-l fr-������^ ,!'-,mc,to t,mc-,   I,us P'ace is full  stiffness  of joints   or  muscles,   lame  far-' "i-ir Y-.-.tj-iZ^- ,Vr r>v-; i*"-v^ waJ, ot n-3"^-^"^. o"> we can't see 'em   ness   hruises.  facr.     i- 'r~ .*>  :,:o:i,i':  ���������v.. or two U*.***:'**** was j  no*  ���������*   ���������������-)'.:;���������!'].   tr,T.  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'- '   -J. : *. :,  .o  I*-i',-;?,.''   . s'.r;*,Ii.;hl* j  our  ir.   tl.e  rhuvi-.-\A  ---til'*   i.'.-e'-'-iirok-  of  iau  n\j\r-,ru')\,'\\r   iic.r  t*.  ar, f|  1 lu*. fa * ������������������'.. pnl-  ���������            '  r\ * -                    ���������     f   1  "-- -   -      '  ���������   ���������           -- '   ���������   ���������  ���������  r ,                          ���������    ��������� ��������� '         V, ��������� '   r    |  M >���������*"*  1  "A   :.\'iiri':-'?-ir,"  .*,H   *,���������*:������������������.,  ".   !::."���������.',���������   F  w n ������������������   'if!'."  "I*    )',.*,1:*     !il"  nv    *:-?rt'     i<���������;.'*.''.?-. j  ad'Tril '���������*������������������'!      "I   I'.ari'  t    '���������-������������������-,   x'l'.i-.r.'//:\,   I:-;'.'* '  I  f.fit   turned  jii'iui:  i-i      11-.-.-,   thru   1   -vn-:  awi mi 111 ii i',    nn    i i y  !.."!    '..,',.        V..f.t  now  ii   'l'i-*"l   ������w������mi  ri|dit,   ������;'um' li't-..*.  "lf.\   p*')t   to  lie-,"  'ihr. .niS'.vrri'i   "A;t'  .%..-.     :.      .������������������..   .  ,,    ���������.  11  One-'*    tnor-*    tlir-;  1'onk-h.*!-*    -:������������������   ;... !  .,m0tg ���������������������������m'il\wuu*t%m. I, i  , .d0tm?rr/}ijS^^  on account of the fog.   Arc you cold?  "Not no,v.    I don't, feel anything at  all.    On J;*   sleepy."  "Well, then, keep awake. Be a  sport*. We'll get picked up. You just  wait and see."  They clung to either   side    of    the  r-r'if'-,    'vliirlt,    while-*    l of    sufficient   to  ..'���������pp. >:���������{ ihi-.ii- weigh I*, war. yof. buoyant  '-nMii:>li to   keep    their    heads    above  water.      l-'rom   far   in   the   distance   a  ,o'?, whi'Mle reached their ears, and this  i'.vj      .'i.inel    whi.-h     hael   broken   thc  eh-ailly   F,ilene:e   acted   as   a   stimulant.  i 'J Ik: -.^ii*l  <-,r.eiiie������l lo rouse herself, and  !!" .--'r- i*i**,<. i id  fr*,r ;i motnent rtirioti K-  '..    'HI    if. i \:',-/,](':.   face*:.  "J   ..irinli'i'  v.'Iwie w-'ll be }n  u few  !.*,'.*, r* .."      c.llr"      '.,',lv*/*il.  "'.���������ii,  -.*,'r" 11 he all rifdit, Huj^'h*, ari-  .',-.( <i, c^i.ifen lingly. "Say, v<>u don't  i-r-j.-.   to  ii'-   haiifjing f>u as   yun  ���������;.     1 .������������������������.':.  li'*  :i'*r(-'.'-,  tl*,i:;  tliin;*; a  I'll'l     V ')* I    11*,   "  ie  is,  1C-  "Aii       th"    '���������,':���������'���������;* ;M 1.    :  l^e'rlie   '.i      Ol    111',*   .lllil',,"  "H- ti-, wail  a  minute*  J'*.:,*,*!  :;....!      u  ��������� f * 111'  .il*- '  to  ..i.i.  oiicdit  n.l I'll  hav  Instant relief without nuissiucss or  soiled clothing. Reliable���������the biggest selling liniment year after year.  Economical by reason of enormous  sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all  times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's'  Liniment." 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made in  Canada.  ���������i  i^Mto^^  lt&&MxUJULL--\f-i  m / ^  ��������� Holland Taking Precautions  Holland i.-i taking precautions ag-  aiiisi llie possiliility ol plots Ly the  r-Ktreinist eleni'nlM. A bill just made  public embodies measures for cotiul-  er-aeiioii againsl tuich plots, iiichiding  any   iii.il   iiui.iil   in:   SiaUlu'il   oUttueie:  nf  Holland,  A Few Suggestions That Might Help  To Improve Matters  Seeking an answer to the above ^  question, Richard Irving, in thc Farmers' Advocate, suggests that before  wc can make Canada an ideal and a  cheaper place to live in, we "may have  to have:  More overalls and fewer dress suits.  More clay bricks and  fewer    gold  bricks.  More Alarm clocks and fewer ���������"next  morning" headaches.  More aprons and less dccoUctte.  More producora and fewer consumers.  More    democrats and  fewer plutocrats.  More bank accounts    and    less    oil  stock.  More  real work aud   fewer  shortcuts to wealth,  More  cheap  coal and fewer diamonds.  More old-fashioned Christianity and  less class snobbishness,  More real anxiety to asfiist human-  \v~\            tmtiffmvdl     tm         %���������                mt        .. rrr^^*W*l|       \vj~\  .iZX I00" ���������m* .     ,***������������������, ewr-1  ,.40. M~ ~i       Xx,      Irtti  iX^X     mm*        X*tm  immmtimt turn mumM mmm-~-     LJjA-  it,  tlieti   elrrv.   ih  ^*\\y!t%Z^^iWiw\W^i~iT*W  ^^S225^*"  lii't   toif/'-is  *-.''-������n!".;   .}-.'".  that tie'*/ ���������!<  fiv fie '���������free '  in)'.  I tf. Iii  d it',,  ���������dot  ,idr.  In t V.'IU 11  ,1   .1 . ���������     1  1'.. ,  1 o 1111H 1!  the  1  ��������� h  r\.  '/   11.  ,ilrr|   :i\   ,*i 1,   ani'le*  tli'i r   (ie*;ee| ,  .end  h.i..r.  ������������'  f'irlv  irld'l'l '  ill  "Nov/,   yfui   -reii't   >,li|.     'iff,     H "nn  dioulel   |r/#"  man!  he.     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S. &* |  Ll 11     1 e���������1.1.  ^'������������������vh  wa*.Ve".t  ���������_e^i������/ei.    lurii    .������    LJi.inr jun.ie.lnij.*,  beneath the etirface of the Thai tier.,  and woti the bet by placing the pudding in a in case and putting lhe. whole  in a isaek of lime. The heat of the  lime, alacking when il came in contact with the water, wan enough to  cook the pudding in  two honra.  m, m tiTm������Tiri*y   IwH tm--. r  ~*LM~,-x4~~ii--ftJ--       J-*---^--i   ~������  TTHIS question has beoni  answered by many thousands of women who hav������  found health and happiness in  tho v,80 oil Dr. Chase's Nervt*  Food.  Blfcoplensne-in, lnltablHty, nervoun-  iiobm, gloomy foreboitlncM of th-i  futur-n, deproHcilon and alacourajjo**  jment���������thcuo are uomo ot tho uymp-  tomc wlileh t-sll of orlmti-it**! nervef*.  tn orilor to avoid nervous prowtra������l  tion or nomo form of paralyulu It 1*  ���������Weill to -A-ot  tha bundhn; up j>rocci!S  y,lrLU.Ull->lLyLL     0.L     yl.lt-xl      kj        tn,v      v - - -  ���������Chtitih'K. N-t>i**������.'* "Too-I.  BO eisntu a "box, 6 for p.id, nil Acnlom, ot  iiiuuiuuuou,  >J*nin -to  Ou,,  Liil.,  X&rc'i.c,  mTwI  vv,  N.       (1.  I'll 3  IJ,iiiriMM.tt,- rl4.4**>-lll*44tKVmXl404.mM4Hmim0 ��������� '"-���������*-. .trH^^-^r',"- ���������l,  m������tii~i-mtmiiimiiimmim  >ttltt**(*l<*<iWMIl*lMli*MIIIIISJ**'il^  t'.'un UlturMiuuMlr*UI'MH''rSM-rrmrrMrr������u������  ���������fflM-S-aMl-Myj)^^  rr^er-rrtrf.ri.r.Mri���������rB^rr....f^.|^ ������������������,?���������-..,,,,.', |...   .��������� .....���������< .....  ������.u,u-������i mimt\jik'������aammiiM������^imiWa~&iii  mmSmSmitmSSmS ���������EH*!"    BEVIEW,    0BB8T0N,    8.    Q,  WAGSTAFFE'S  Heal  S@vill@  anse  Marmalade  All Orange and Sugar-���������  No camouflage.  Boiled ~%Hth care in SiiserPans.  mtt- vftiia rxmrti^mm -rsxm  immigration Of  Children to Canada  A    Health   Saving  Reminder.  Don't Wait  until   you   get   the   Spanish   Influenza.    USE  ���������n* *��������������� i*-!   e\  i;  The British Character  v. I Bin Ck*>'  Says British Reserve  is  Really Just  "Shyness"  Frederic W. Wyle, American newspaper correspondent, who represented  At the first si  are amazing,  'of it,  THE OLD RERLIABLE.  MINARD'S  "LINIMENT  CO.,  LTD.,  Yarmouth,   N.S.  Af  Aasertca s Pioneer  Dos Remedies  The  ~mm%~  PIANO  L.BBS8E8iOI8ijthe London Daily Mail, and its asso-  Ifs Healing Qualities ciated V^~-^ in Germany, addressing  the Canadian Club, said that, after 20  years of thinking it ovar, he had at  last begun to understand the British  character. Mr. Wyle said that what  Americans thought coldness and reserve in the Englishman was*** really  shyness.  Mr. Wyle, who is of Irish descent,  said he sympathized -with the Irish  race, but any deal with the Irish musV  be a square deal within the British  ���������empire. It was a. political necessity he  said, that Ireland must remain within  the British Imperial system. Great  Britain could not give complete territorial independence to Ireland, Mr.  Wyle declared.  BOOK  ON  DOG   DISEASES  and How to Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Address   by  the  Author  H.   CLAY   GT.OVEIt  CO.,   INC., |  118    We������t    31*t-street,  -  New  York.  U.S.A.  J  oui of a. Plat-go -~\  4&osa     Insist updh  ~m~t c5*> JS&^SbEP ^Bp JSIirTw  Batik's Sottas Root CompotseS  -   ������S A safi, Tslishls i-ss-laiing  medicine. Sold in three* if*  eraes oi ���������trength���������-No. 1. Zig  No. 2, |3; No. 8. 85 per bos.  Bold by till dru-f s'sts, or aeat  prepsid on receipt of pnet,  Frea     pamphlet.      Address S  THK COOK MEDICINE CO4  a-SBvniv* .Si,  iT*r������*iii*f aimimJ.  <**'  A.  The Migration of Childrea From Orphanages -to the Dominion  The Manchester Guardian, commenting on thc report of the Canadian Government's inspector of British immigrant children, expresses  gratification that/ the migration of  children from orphanages to the Do-  minietj-n appears shortly to be resumed.  Since 1916, this migration was practically suspended, the report shows.  The paper outlines the unusual opportunities offered in Canada, both m  industries and agriculture, and points  to the increased number of children  now in institutions as a result of the  war as an argument for again opener  ing the gates of Canada to the youthful immigrant.  More than ten thousand applications  for children have been received by  the child-saving institutions in England since the annual migration was  suspended. Many of these applications are from agricultural districts,  it is said, and a large portion of the  applicants are childless.      Ij  BAE U AND NAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS  Ths largest stud of tha Pure-bred P-arcaero&s la tb* World. The* fiist Perriieron-  breeding Farm Established m Canada. Ths only firm on ths American contineat  from which British horse-ncs iur-a selected Perch-sroa breeding stock to establt-sk  studs in Britaia.  Do not let ths British breeders coma t-a Canada end carry of? -all -ear best fstia-  dation stock. Oo not be satisfied with tho cheao cull stallions brought In by irresponsible dealers .&& stallion pedlars from tha United States, when you can buy the  best individuals of the best breeding raised right here in Alberta by man that hare  been in the breeding business for 25 years, and expect to fctuala ia the business.  We havs seventy-four head of Pure-bred Percheron Stallions ct our ewa breeding sow  on hand to select from. You can seo their sires and dams, and ii you cannot choose  one from the lot to suit you we will give you every assistance in our power. Write  for prices or come to Calgary Alberta, and we will meet you and show you the stock  at any time.���������Address;  GEORGE LANE (Desk B.), CALGARY, ALBERTA  FARMERS BREED PERCHERONS  The only breed or draft horses ever shipped back to England from  Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed of draft horses in North America are Percherons.  The safest investment in draft horses today is Percherons.  A profit to own���������A pleasure to handle.  You will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if you use  a Percheron sire.  WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE  Let us put yozi in touch with the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.  Mention this paper when writing.  The   Canadian   Percheron   Horscbreeders' Association  William H. Willson, Secretary (DeskA.), Calgary, Alberta  Vi:  "BJ .'Jm.  iiuw S  ThiS?  That Faded Frock  Tt M.0.M   JXJ-JTj    M-A0M3x\r   A.  We  offer  $100.00 for  any  case  of  catarrh  that cannot be cured *f>y HALL'S CATARRH  irT?T\T/>T\T*P  ^HALL'S'CATARRH MEDICINE is takesn  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the System.  Sold by druggists for over forty years.  -Price 75c.    Testimonials free.  F. J. Chsaey & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  India and Ceylon tea are graded according to the position of the leaf on  the plant, the lower the leaf the poor-  TF^.'^?v,Tr*\*f*F8i  A T? T?-^ TO/5?v  MEN'S   HATS  W8U. OUTWEAR  TWO HATS  A$ZS? -OF ANV  VW^C^lgpOTHER MAKE*  Made in Italy  ALL STYLES -ALL COLORS  SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER  'Diamond  Dyes"  Freshen  Up   Old,  Discarded Garments  Don't worry about perfect results.  Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to any  fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,  cotton or mixed goods���������dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats,  feathers' draperies, coverings���������everything!  The Direction Book with each package tells how to diamond dye over  any color.  To match any material, have dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  -*m        mmmTp.      x^Xd~m- ���������* m Jf ���������  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  $10,000 For A Carload of FlaK  A carload of flax sold at Winnipeg,  Manitoba, a few days ago, brought  its owners a total of $10,719.18. The  car contained 1,821 bushels and sold  at $5.58 a bushel.  This is believed to be the highest  price ever obtained in Winnipeg for  a single carload of grain.  Transition, in Russia  Lenine, in a recent public, address,  complains that the peasants are showing capitalistic tendencies and are becoming a bourgeoisie. A man who  cultivates a plot of land and secures  a crop naturally feels that he ought  to  own  what  his  toil has produced.  Cotton has been grown in Egypt  since 200 B.C., but it was not until a  hundred years ago that Jumel, a  French engineer, suggested the introduction of the commercial varieties.  In 1822 thc famous American Sea Island cotton was first sown. Five  years later a Brazilian variety was introduced. The -two strains were mingled and from them came the famous'  "Ashmouni" plant, and the still finer  "Mutaffi," which is one of the most  productive cottons in the world.  HORSEMEN  FOR 26 YEARS HAVE RECOMMENDED  irvnhirt'o  Piic-'-frck-rvtrxiai*   f*AniinAi tr\A  UiOl-t/lllgJ-C/l     ���������jUIIIUiJUMU  for DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA, PINKEYE, COUGH OR  COLD. Twenty-six years' use amonff the best horsemen in  America has siven the COMPOUND aa enviable record as a  preventive and cure. A few drops daily will keep the animal  in condition and his system will resist disease. Regular doses  prescribed will cures. Buy of your druggist.  SFGKK   "MEDICAL.   COMPANY, Goshen,   Ind.,   U.S.A.  Farm Land Boom  iTi.      TjCll      Tjl~md*vmmT     1?-n-M-m  AU   JTiJU    MUWxf   JL-Or J. Alt  MONEY ORDERS  It is always safe to send a Dominion Express Money Order. Fire doiiars costs fares  cents.  DIGESTIVE TROU  ���������BLE  ���������txri .1. ij  t-- ������.*S  vvuy ailouiu 11c uun  r- .._: ...  der trial always will break to pieces  against that human instinct, as it always has broken.���������Buffalo Express.  It sometimes happens that a. man  is called thc main stay of the home because he does not know v* hrti to come  home.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Canada's Population  CAUSE DISTRESS  One Great Essential  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves  Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy and happy as thc day  is long, instead of being sick and  wretched. But how can any woman  be healthy and happy when the whole  nervous system is unstrung. The  trouble in they pay more attention to  their social and household duties than  Ihcy do to thoir health. Is it any  wonder then that thcy become irritable and nervous, have hot flushes,  faint and dizzy spells, smothering and  sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and everything in life becomes  dark and gloomy.  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Tills are  the very remedy that nervous, tircd-  out, weary women need to restore  them to the blessings of good health.  Mrs. P. TT. Rvan. Sand Point, N.S..  writes: "I have been a great suifcrer  from nerve troubles. I was so weak  and nervous I could not sleep at night  and my appetite was very poor. I  could not walk across the floor without trembling. 1 had hot flushes and  fainting spells. When I was on my  second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills T began to feel better and  ���������   *.. e      ,-..     ....ill     T     t.-wl     ������������������������*���������.������<������������������"     n\xr     \\ r\.. ��������� n  ���������when I felt like a different person. I  am never without them in the house  and recommend them to all who suiter  ���������wiih their nerves."  Price 50c a box at all dealero or  ���������mailed direct ou receipt of price by  rUt- T. Milburn Co., Limited. Tor-  m\to. Ont.  Next Census Likely to Show A Population of .Considerably Over  Nine Million  Canada's next census is likely to  show a population or thc Dominion  of over nine million people. Figures  recently published and based on departmental estimates, gave the population of the Dominion as 8,835,102.  While these estimates in the past have  proven approximately correct, it is to  be pointed out. tliat they covered a  period which ended on March 31, 1919  nearly a year ago. Since that time  there has been a great influx of people to Canada.  The major portion of Canada's  overseas forces around the four hundred thousand ma:-!:, has returned to  Canada since that date, and immigration from Great Britain, which languished during the war. years, ha3 revived to .1 considerable extent. There  has also been a considerable movement from the United States. With  the return of such a large portion  of the male population from overseas  the jiatura! increase should bc much  in excess of the period from 1914 to  1919. With all these factora considered, it would not Jbe surprising if  even the estimftte of nine million!?  should be greatly exceeded.  But They Are Nearly Always Due To  Thin, Watery Blood  Do not think that because your  stomach is easily upset you are the  victim of some serious malady. One  of the most common predisposing  causes of indigestion is anaemia, or  thin, watery blood. In fact it has become generally recognized that healthy activity of the stomach is impossible unless the blood is rich and "red.  Dr. Williams Pink Pills have been  found most valuable in cases of indigestion, nervous dyspepsia and stomach weakness, just because they are  a blood builder and nerve tonic.   Thc  rich,  red blood  they make not  only  imparts a healthy digestion, but carries color to the cheeks and lips and  gives vigor to the muscles.    One important point to remember is that Dr.  Williams Pink Pills contain no harmful drugs or opiates and are thus to  be preferred    to    preparations    that  merely stimulate for a time.     Before  you begin worrying unnecessarily about your state of health, try the tonic  treatment of Dr. Williams Pink Pills  You will be surprised to sec how rapidly your whole debilitated system revives, as thc new, rich blood courses  through your body.   Here is the statement of one person among, thousands  who have used Dr. Williams Pink Pills  to  their own  great advantage.    Mrs.  A. Veniot, Homford, N.S., says: "For  about two years I was a great sufferer from indigestion, which seemed to  carry with it a complication of other  troubles.    Every meal I took brought  with it misery, as it was followed by  pain, and sometimes nausea and vomiting.   At other times gas would form  in the stomach to such an extent that  my heart would palpitate at an alarming rate.    These conditions    brought  Move to Encourage Farmers to xam~  Up Vacant Lands  The executive of the Saskatchewan  Farm Settlement. Association has  completed plans for the biggest conference ever held in the province of  Saskatchewan to take place in Saskatoon May 25 to 28 inclusive. Under the slogan of "A farmer on every  vacant farm inside of five years," the  officials of the association are aiming  to make this year's conference a record breaker and one which will go a  long way towards encouraging farmers to take up the vacant land in the  province.  The premiers of the four -western  provinces have been invited to attend  this conference, as well as the governors of thc Northwestern, Central  and Border. States. It is intended as  a get together meeting of the people  most vitally interested in the forward  movement in agriculture and promises  to bring about satisfactory results.  At the conference several subjects  of serious import to thc farmers of  the province will be discussed by experts who have already promised to  attend. Among the subjects will be  dry farming, agricultural credits at a  low rate of interest and mutual co-operation between large land owners in  assisting to place farmers on the vacant land of the province.  J. H. Haslam, who for ycars has  been one of the most energetic workers in the cause of the west, is the  moving spirit in the organization of  this conference. Mr. Haslam, who  has a large clientele in the United  States, has been assured that a large  number of well-to-do farmers from  across the border desire to investigate  farm land prices in Saskatchewan  with the end in view of establishing  themselves here. Prices of farm lands  In the Dakotas, Iowa and the northwestern states, havc increased to such  a level that farmers find it quite profitable to sell out and re-invest thcir  money in the best wheat growing  lands in the world.  I advise tie purchase,, and am making ts  specialty of  VICTORY BONDS  and am prepared, at any tima, to buy or  sell large or small lot*.  J.   B.   MARTIN,  Member Winnipeg StoeJt Exchange  232   CURRY   BLDG.       -       WINNIPEG  Waetmore reasui MiuiwiCfies  Take Fowler'a Wantmore Blanched Salted  Peanut* and reduce them to a powder ia s  meat chopper. Mix the crushed nuti with  fresh cream cheeses. If the paste Is a littls  hard, soften with - little cream. Spread the  paste between unbuttered Graham Bread. Bo  sure and use Fowler's Wantmore Blanched  Salted Peanuts, as no other peanuts will make  them so good.  KNITTING 'YARN.     OUR FIN-  ��������� est   Red   Cross   quality in sixteen   colours.       Twenty   cents  per  skein.     Sample   mailed   twenty-  five    cents.       Georgetown    Woollen  Mills, Georgetown, Ontario.  When We Gr-Osv Shorter  A   person    usually   begins to lose  height at the age cf fifty, and at the  age of ninety he has lost about one  and a half inches.  Explained  "Waiter, why do you bring me thin  t;ame potato day after day?"  "Well, sir, you never eat it."���������London World.  Should Teach Finance  Somewhere irt our   school    courses  there ought to be the opportunity to  learn about the    essential    conditions  of safe investment, rales of interest,  - ���������.   ���������    ������i. 1 ���������   ... in  .aud proper ways of saving.    To be-  on extreme nervousness ahd irritabil- , *, ���������   .        .        V  . 1  ity, and I  found my  general  health |ware of lar*c ******* iliul to b'wurd  so much affected that the least cxer- little expenses are lessons as much as  ever needed to dav as when Benjamin  Franklin taught them. A man who  haii savings wisely invested has "a  stake in the welfare of liis country  and an anchor to the windward for  himself.���������Minneapolis Journal.  W,      N.      U.      131.1  tion would tire me, and I slept but  poorly. 1 had been doctoring to* several months with no result b-iyond  slight temporary relief, when I was  advised by a friend to try Dr. Wil-e  Hams Pink Pills. I decided to follow  thin advice ami got a half dozen boxe������.  Good results! soon began to show  from  UiIb  treatment, and the  further  continued line of the pillin  hnve mado Useful  iim-.  .   *-e-Hl   weimnn.     T   mn   rlie-i-"*-ful1v       ������*���������.. ,������..t-i��������� -..  .1..  ;,rs!:::ji^1���������'nv',ey!;.''Ui,",!' *-'������������������"* ^imP^^,., a.������������������������������������ ������������������;���������;-,������������������ ���������,d  You can procure Dr. William* Pink!nor write. But if they can work, they  Pill* ihrough any dealor in medicino . will Miill be of ������ic.ii value io iiie coun-  or they will be sent you by mall oi 50 try# Many of those who can read and  cent* u box or tilv \iiijyc~ for $2.50 bv       ,.    , , ,  wrltmu  direct   to   The  Dr.   Williams write !n  a <,OXrn   *���������V"C��������� *��������� ������������"  Medicine Co., lirockvill-r, Ont. ilcau when it coiuc-j to production.  In after years a self-made man likes  to boast about the hard struggle he  had on a farm when he was a boy.  SPUING FEVE^  Following Colds, Grip or Flit,  TCsIbs* WqIos^ er Poisoned B!oe**-fl  (Bir Db. VAumnKB Mott.)  At thia time of year most people  suffer from what we term '' spring  fever" because of a stagnant condition of the blood, because of the  toxins (poisons) stored up within  the body durinfif the Ioqj: winter.  We eat too much meat, with littl*  or no rrreen vegetables.  Bloodless people, thin, anemic  people, those with pale cheeks and  lips, who have a poor appetite and  feel that tired, worn or feverlBh  condition in the spring-time of the  year, should try U10 re freshing tonic  powers of a good alterative and  blood purifier. Such a tonic ao  (Irufirgists have sold for fifty years,  is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It ia a standard remedy  that can be obtained in tablet or  liquid form. Made without alcohol  from wild roots and barke.  TiT.T.eovr.UKrt, Okt.���������"Ever -since I  can remember Dr. Pleroft's mediciuc*  weM'������ uned iu our  family at home and  thoy never failed to  ������7lvn prood rflimltj..  The ' Golden Medical Discovery' was  used as a tonic tmd  blood purifier mn<\  1nr hronnhiul tr-mi-toils una 1* proved ok-  Cr-lIiMl-l.     I liliVO l4ii.-  f.,-^en.p^lWN'*lit  ~-mWE~-Wfom  aon-alh/Ukefttt It far <*Z������#  and the * Favorite PresorlpUon' In  build tmm \~%s wu-cu I mix~ run-down m*~-\  ~h-j w������r������ tooth xtuf b������c������eielal.t,,-~-fet������a.  OitivtiQ*-* Miroju-uuL.  ���������0~m\Xx.xS-mM,,0���������.Ki~Ml.0rua^iiaiU^U^yl^y,lllll,Ml^l.^  . ������W* rW������rrrr,^wrrr.WM������rW*r)^**trrtt-W-y*r-������'^ THE  GRESTCK  BEVIEW  Local and Personal  C. O. Rodgers was a business yisitor  at Nelson a couple of days this week.  "Fob  SAliB���������Two. Shorthorn   miich  cows.   Ashley Cooper, Wynndel, B.C.  Cow Fob Sale���������Purebred Jersey  cow, milking.   L. H. Hussach, Canyon.  Fob Sale���������Limited quantity of  strawberry plants. Monrad Wigen,  Wynndel. B.C.  Cow Fob Sale���������Giving nice flow of  milk. See her for yourself, Embree's  Garage, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Registered pedigree Jersey heifer, 18 months' old, not bred,  $100,   A-. North, Sirdar.  In Wynndel Mercantile Co. advt.  shingles for sale, instead of "No. 2 read  100,000 No. 3 at $3.50 per M.  Mrs. R. B. Staples is spending a few  days with friends in Spokane this  week,   She left on Tuesday.  Foe Sale���������Holstein cow, milking.  Also some Waguer and Macintosh  Red apple trees and cherries. W. K.  Brown, Creston.  Manager Lindley of the B.C. Fruit  Market, L-ethbi-idge, Alta.. is in the  market for the "\ alley crop of rhubarb.  See adyt. in this issue.  The Methodist Ladi������-s' Aid announce  a 15 cent tea and sule of home cooking  for Saturday afternoon. May 22nd, in  Speers' Hall, from 2 to 5.30.  Fred Smith is a Vancouver visiter  this week, attending the annual conference of the B.C. Methodist Church*,  as delegate from Creston congregation.  A sale of home cooking with 15 cent  tea is announced for Saturday afternoon, May 29th, by the Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid. It will be in Speers'  Hall, from 3 to 5.30.  Ranch Fob Sale���������10 acres bearing  orchard, or will divide into five-acre  ranches if desired. Mostly apples, of  first-class yarieties. Apply Box 78,  Reyiew Office, Creston.  Creston Fruit Growers Union announce that they will unload a car of  seed potatoes this week. Those  requiring a supply should order at  once to avoid being disappointed.  At the board of trade meeting on  Tuesday night Messrs, Constable and  Hayes were chosen delegates to attend  an Bast Kootenay board of trade con-  ferenee at Invermere on May 28-29.  C. Olson announces that he will  have a vulcanizing plant in operation  at Embree's garage before the end of  the month, and those with tires that  need repairs will do well to consult  him.  To-morrow afternoon is'booked for  a juvenile celebration in the shape of  a birthday party in the Parish Hall  under the direction of the girls of the  tne Mission Band of the Presbyterian  Church.  Lost���������On April 6th, either on  Fourth Street or between there and  X. Andrew ranch, kit bag containing  two umbrellas, parasol, and other  nrticles. Reward to party leaving same  at Reyiew Office.  n*u  e yiua*. s-v'te  tisties for April account  for four births���������two boys and two  girls. - There were no marriages, and  but one death, John Eckstrom passing  We are now ready to  receive Express Shipments of-Rhubarb.  We are the one Commission house that gets results.  Once tried you will stay  with us.  FRUIT MARKET  Dron   t%nii QhnsAts   Onnrnn  UIUII   QIIU ailUlld   OOdiuO  Ml -all  For bran and shorts you shall not need  If to these lines you do take heed.  For hearing of your earnest plea  I've written Messrs. Ogilvie.  "Your plea fqr bran and shorts," they  said,  "Has most carefully been read;  Though   bran  and  shorts are scarce,  indeed,  Yet to your- plea we will take heed  If you include in your order  A fair amount of our splendid flour."  If by the twentieth day of May  You send your order without delay  I will Order a car, or three if need.  To supply you  with  your flour  and  feed. (  The Ogilvie life line to you is thrown;  You've  got   youi-   choice:    Grasp   ox-  drown.  So send your order while you can���������  To Edmondson, the pure food man.  ���������T M. EDMONDSON.  away eavljr in the month   at  Cranbrook hospital.  Rey. F, Yolland of Fernie, who was  considered by some as a possible resident clergyman for Christ Church,  Creston, has decided to locate in Trail,  to which parish he has received a call,  and will take charge early in June.  School inspector Calvert of Nelson  was here on Tuesday and in company  with R. Sinclair Smith made an official inspection of the West Creston  district, which has applied for the establishment of & school in that sections  H. F. Shore, who operates the  Strathcona Hotel at Nelson, was here  in company with his brother the fore  part of the week, looking Creston over  witha a view to leasing one of the  existing hotels or building a new one.  Creston Women's Institute had a  decidedly sticcessful tea and sale of  home cooking in Speers' Hall on  Saturday afternoon, at which the intake from all sources was just oyer  $42. A candy stall was an added feature, netting almost $5.  Capt. Gray had a banner attendance  at the Salyation Army meeting on  Thursday night of last week, a junior  service at the fore, part of the session  attracting at least half a hundred  juveniles. The meeting next Thursday will be at 8.30 as usual.  Happening along so suddenly the  hot spell of Thursday and Friday last  was felt almost as oppressively as the  warmest days at midsummer. And  for May the heat was almost a record  breaker, the rnercuiy getting up to 78  in the shade on Friday afternoon.  All interested in any way with the  operations of the Stockbreeders' Association - should be at the annual  meeting on Monday afternoon. In  addition to the usual reports and election of officers much other business of  direct concern to cattle owners will be  discussed.  Any shortage in moisture that may  have existed in these parts has been  amply made up in the quite heavy  rains that have prevailed from Sunday night until Wednesday eyening.  In that time full an inch and a half of  Rey, G. H. Hamilton got away on  Monday to "Vancouver, where he is attending the sespions of the annual  Methodist conference, which opens  the latter part of the week. His holiday here sent him back feeling better  than eyer, aiid be feeis confident no  more operations will now be necessary, and looks forward confidently to  resuming his regular work again the  last Sunday in May.  GOOD FENCING  i.-* important, and this is the season when you are sure  to need some.    We carry a stock of the best makes and  can also satisfy you with  Wc make a specialty of the best  makes for a variety of purposes.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M, J. BOYD Company Manager  If Snmfitimp.R  U   -g *^_^   r^^   |g |g |J   ^0   ||||-|*|   tj0   l|^y  Happens  tmemamsmsmmsa  'I'liii,!.   e-v.-n  ;i  fir"-,' *':l.i.-.*i  jtnt.oiii'i*  \7'Jm������^^-**Gtefc     rx  L '-ZzlmUmW^  p*^B5pw  ���������-I j^*** f*-*\  C^Z������'M~iis^'X.  "*- j-5-tfrtf*  iiile-  i''*'i ii n'*"s  !'-��������� i i;n i 11 i~r  ,\ >���������    i 11 i    ^r n .��������� I     .'. i \( i 111 ,< i- it f '      it.' ��������� li^jnm ii           ��������� ���������   ���������'**"   i     .am I ���������*           ���������                     .  I  I'i l  I  1    UI  '..���������**          Villi     I  I ��������� ���������       |  , . I   '   (     j   |        . I   |  . i   I       I   | I * , l t,   * I    ,...   ��������� -���������rm.ll0������m���������.~,���������.' ��������� .rlP���������W' 0-x.,..rJ-m-~, .0-..���������..X..*-,*.  ������������������.,*.   ' "   'jf~^y-'y^/  Re-pair*-!   h**n*  .i.f-  ' ru'-itvorrliy otir<y^       -o.V  lint ti't', ���������'���������v-*ii-|<ijv...  !! ft in r    *^ 1 1 h S iH  1.1 on at r: nt?CrC  MjiM^     mJktUtt    VmWmmm     W.       W    til      ^MHH     WM-*m". t-WmVk ftftt tttltfk AM ittWRh    MttUN  W Bi \~\'    %W\ P III "n ��������� PT I   iHi   I m   tt%m   Pf 11  M-KWii.i- i*������*mui*r--  ���������.-     x- Ll        W  U     I���������.J     m.   Lm.iml  XL��������� Lm ..A X.    bri M   U M    M ������M..Arr/ lrrJ~~������  Hon. E. D. Farrow, minister of agriculture, along with Col. Davies, the  new chairman of the proyincial land  settlement board, were Saturday to  Tuesday visitors in the Valley, spend  ing practically all their time at Lister,  however, where eonferences were held  with the soldier settlers in that ares'.  They left on Tuesday for Fernie to inspect a -settlement area which has  been secured in tuut ���������uistrset.  Due to the ramapage the Goat River  has been on since the heat wave of  last week quite a section of the flats is  already under water. The preyailing  opinion that there will be np high  water this year, due to the light snowfall last winter, is not held by W. B.  Mnir, who has been trapping up Corn  Creek last winter, and who states that  at the head of the creek the total  snowfall was easily nine feet.  The whist drive and dance under  Holy Cross Church ladies auspices in  the Peekin on Friday night was a  splendid success both socially and financially, the total intake being almost $90. The winners at cards were  Mrs. Angus Cameron and Walter  Hall, with  the high scores, and  Mrs.  T-, -JL    d-t IJ      d-t.   -?-.!- __   V.  .       ..--I.  Icill-B    ILllLX    ���������drClitlll      'V_rr������lgie,       WUU      lUIIK  home the low score honors. A raffle  of a crochet yoke w.hk an added feature, the fancy work being won by  Mrs. A. L. Cameron, while an auction  of a few of the cakes that remained  over after supper also produced about  seven dollars.  " At the annual meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Aid on Thursday last all  the old officers were favored with reelection for another term, as follows:  President, Mrs. F. K. Smith; vice-  president, Mrs. W. H. Gobbett; secre-:  tarv, Mrs. T. M. Edmondson; treasurer, 'Mrs. E. W. Payne. The past year  has been a very successful one, as in  addition to meeting all their obligations in connection with church effort  the treasurer's statement shows a bah*  ance of $24 to the good.  A Solar Soliloquy  Moon !    Moon !    Lunar moon !  I hope to be with you pretty soon.  I've *a notion to give away my "Farm  For a fifty thousand dollar yarn.  It's . highly  improved,   every  square  inch;  Producing   something   and   nothing,  that's a cinch.  I just yawn and yarn, and yarn and  yawn���������  That's how I'm clearing un my farm.  Sooner or later I'll haye f&all done���������  About the year two thousand and one.  I recently fell into a motor ear.  The latest model by Rattle & Jar.  Its starting to grow wings and pretty  soon  I hope to be with you, Mr. Moon.  For I'm  aching  to wear the yictoi-'s  crown;  To get away from the dogs in this  town. Luny & Mooney.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF  a iTTcn n������w ttxtuTt*  L.HI ICli HAS  diilHId  SUNDAY  SERVICES  EVERY  at 1 p.m.  Mercantile Hall,   Creston.  Everybody Welcome.  was showered down upon the  community.  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints announce that for the  present at least services will be held in  Mercantile Hall every Sunday at 1  p.m. to which the public is cordially  inyited. Elders Bunnell and Woolsey  are at present in charge of the ministerial work.  Rev. H. M. Lyne, pastor of the  Cranbrook church,* took both services  in Creston Presbyterian Church on  Sunday last, Rev, Mr. McNabb of Calgary being unable to get here The  latter gentleman, however, is expected to occupy the pulpit for the next  three Sundays.  The wet and cooler weather that  has prevailed since Sunday has retarded blossoming, although cherries  and apricots trees are showing a magnificent display of bloom, and the  other trees indicate that but a very  few warm days wijLl see the spray  machines in action.  The Romance of Tarzan at the  Peekin on Monday drew equally as  good business as Tarzan of the Apes,  which was presented two weeks previously. By putting on a matinee in  the afternoon Manager Rodgers  avoided the crush in the evening,  seats  being available for all at night.  While on his way home to dinner  on Monday Postmaster Gibbs had the  misfortune to sustain a bad'sprain of  his left, ankle. The injury while both  painful and awkward is not keeping  him off duty, nnd with the assistance  of a set of crutches and a lady helper  the usual good office service is being  maintained.  According to the official returns last  month has been the wettest April  the Vallev has had in several years,  almost two inches of rain being recorded, along with a snowfall of 2-J  inches. It. also proved a decidedly  cool. April about the only real touch  of heat being on the 25th, when the  mercury got up to 07.  The sale of live stock and farm  equipment of Geo. Broderick on Saturday afternoon was well attended and  certainly there was no complaint on  the seller's part on the prices Auctioneer Rose got, for all the stuff. Although the sale was a eredit affair Mr,  Broderick informs that every buyer  with bnt one exception paid spot cash.  The next big attraction at thr  Peekin will be on Wednesday next,  when Manager Rodgers has booked  the stupendous film production "Cleopatra, the Siren of the Nile." Prices  for (bin showing will be RO cents and  $1. Tf yon read a synopsis of the picture drama whieh appears on page 5  you will be sure to want to see the  pictm-CH.  W. II. For ward ih the latest to din-  nose of bin ranch property, having  Inst, week Hold his t.en-aere improved  j>l,u i* ,i!iuii.,t, .m!jiliniiij.; town to W.  KlcAlpiue of Proctor, who has now  1 alien posMcssiou. The consideration,  we hear, was in the neighborhood of  .**UiKK>.   MV.*. I'oiwiiiel and Mi-h. WuIiiin-  m   V     ..ill     eei.e *|J      ih*     |l li J *, 11 ij-,    ill     I  in Hi  Ale-iii', Idaho, to ret-ddc in future.  el  Cuntiiie'i-or Hendren baa his men  tinny i I'liiuiiini*.*: and leui'ah'JiiiH a-hnut  thirty f-'i-l, of the north Hcetioti of the  \le re/iniHe' Mime' building which Iiiih  tn'i-n piir-'lin-.i-d by 1'i-at,I,ie Oatway,  I,tei., anel whirl* they will occupy a*-: a  ilrii(-:i*l en e' n'-i fuiin me alle'i at leiiiN are  I'liiupli-tc Tlie'    new    pi e-iiiit-e's    will  TO  SAVE  IS  EASY  Saving is a most beneficial habit, and an easy  one to acquire.  Place a certain amount of your income in this  Hank at regular intervals. Deposits have a  marvelous way of growing and in a short time  you will have a Savings Account of four  figures.  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.    '  ���������  I am handling the favorably-known Carlyle Dairy,Ice  Cream, and can serve Sodas, Sundaes, &c.  Also Soft Drinks.  Give us a trial, and be a steady customer.  TEA ROOM in connection.  S. G. FOREMAN  NEXT PEEKIN THEATRE  GKESTON  BISCUITS���������Ramsay'a Sodas, pkg. 35c. at  30o.  TEA���������Blue Ribbon, 75c. lb., at  70o.  Croani of Wheat, 35c. pkg., at    30c.  COFFEE���������Seal Brand, 75c, at  70c  'CHEESE, 45c lb., at .-.  40c  OLIVES, plain, G5c, at  COc  SUGAR, White or Brown, 25c lb., at  23c.  HltCyPJEy  rJf   I   ''" v ' 'M"'1''   '��������������� he in their   new <-uart-  ER ������$ ^f"~i D fl fl*���������*(C?     4*~3h &***& i^ii    flf      m"^ ������!lm\������^k<������*-*> ^3k  1 %3&^>m~4~\ fl Bg-%3^    CvLlfl'CJ   ^mPn fltr*������?53rfr^!i5  If yon have a weakness for this at one time homely  fare this week's list of Saturday-saving prices will be of  particular interest to you���������and, of course, you wont miss  the special offcting in Coffee. For a little "something  extra/' for Sunday why not our plain Olives; they art  quality goods, and thc price is unbeatable.  *.  Let us again direct your attention to the Sugar  special. All the advices are to the effect that*, the price  will go higher. You'll make no mistake in buying at  least 100 pounds of il al 23 cents.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  I  OCU-Cl    e)CI Vltl-  i ������ciic������ ill  ivm. i ciiuiii-i  i riinci   I i iccrs  r-^ff-^fflr a*-*,W**.-MT*  >Mijrw*to������������u^<t''r-br-MMW-*Ur>*^^  KMMtW'y'mtlMIM'lr^^  ������r*r*l'**'S'-^*-*r*tw*'-?������vl*W^  '''���������''''���������''''."���������-''���������"''I'.w^^  ^tKUWtMUMSilMM''^^

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